HORMONAL IMBALANCE -FOODS AND TIPS.

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Hormonal imbalance is one of the top most health issue facing among both young and old women. The cause of it varies from inhaling toxics chemicals from products, poor diet to inactive lifestyle.

Hormones are essential for the body as they are used for implementing  growth, reproduction and aiding us to survive. They are chemical substances,  and a change made  in their amount,  in the blood could damage or  cause adverse reaction. Which, fortunately can be prevented by the aid of endocrine glands which secret and control them, and function best by the use of foods.

Here are 4 lists of food subtypes that assist in resuming hormone balance;

Fruits

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Pears, apples, pineapples, watermelon, papaya, avocados, cucumbers, berries and coco-nut jelly/water.

Vegetables

Leafy vegetables, carrots, pak choi, onions, garlic and cabbages

Tubal Vegetables

potatoes

Cassava, sweet potatoes, potatoes, dasheen and eddos.

Grains

Oats, brown rice, quinoa and wheat.

Signs and Symptoms

Hormonal imbalance displays signs of  fatigue, acne, rashes, headaches, goitre, weight gain or loss or hair loss. Note, not every experienced sign indicates that hormones are in deed unbalance and may be a sign of another underlying health issue or a sign of puberty in pubertal aged individuals.

Other Options

Hormonal imbalance  can be resolved by the use of  herbs, medication or the application of virgin coconut oil.

Implementing exercise, drinking lot of water and including a healthy diet aid also in the balancedness of hormones.

 

 

 

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