Are your hormones out of control?
Did you know hormones can effect the desicions we make, the foods we eat, and why we eat them? Our emotions and hormones are connected, so by working to balance one, we’re impacting the other.
Here are a few amazing and natural ways to help balance your hormones:
Adaptogens protect against the negative effects of stress. They are a unique class of healing plants that promote hormone balance and protect the body from a wide variety of diseases. Adaptogens can be found in Ionix Supreme, a nutrient rich tonic that helps balance and normalize the body’s systems, energizes cells to support faster post-exercise recovery, and supports clarity and focus.
Get The Sleep Your Body Needs
Sleep helps to keep hormones balanced, allows the body to recover properly and builds the energy you need to function properly in your day. If you’re having trouble faling asleep or staying asleep The Brain and Sleep Support system can improve the quality and soundness of your sleep.
Avoid Medications and Birth control
Read the side effects of the medication you are taking carefully. Some medications can disrupt your hormone balance and lead to a whole world of problems you don’t need. Research the side effects of birth control pills and medications before you take them.
Eat Foods That Help
Quinoa is packed with protein, magnesium, and phosphorus, and it has hormone-stabilizing abilities. Avocados—and other good fats like olive oil and coconut oil—support the manufacturing of healthy levels of cholesterol, a key component in hormone synthesis. Salmon is a hormone helper, too. Just like the healthy fats in avocados, omega-3 fatty acids are a core building block in both cholesterol and hormone synthesis.
Get Your Supplements In
Sometimes it’s necessary to supplement nutritional voids that can lead to a hormone imbalance. You can support your healthy eating and nutrition habits with Plant sterols or (phytosterols). Fish oils like omega-3 fatty acids and CoQ10 can also help.