Just like how there is a reset option in your stopwatch, there is one for your hormones too. That’s the best part about our health!
Resetting hormones comes with added benefits like better energy levels, weight management and health under your control. Curious to know how you can reset yours? Read it further!
Say No To Grains And Sugary Fruits
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A permanent goodbye is not what you need to bid but a temporary one, for 2 weeks, is just enough. This method will reset your thyroid and leptin levels. Guess what? Your metabolic problems come to an end too.
A Meatless, Caffeine Free Life
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Can you believe that you can get healthier when you cut down on sugar and meat? While many claim that caffeine can improve your activity levels, caffeine free life keeps your hormones intact too. Cutting down on meat and caffeine can reset estrogen and cortisol levels respectively.
Choose Healthy Fats
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No, we don’t say no to healthy fats. They actually boost your energy levels and suppress your cravings towards unhealthy fats. To know how to choose, all you need to do is to read the ingredient list and the nutrient information of each product you purchase. Make a note of unhealthy fats and check if the product has any of them.
Kick Off The Chemical-Rich Foods
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We consume toxic products unknowingly everyday and our endocrines get disrupted because of the chemicals. Now, choose farm fresh vegetables and fruits directly from the organic farmers. A toxin-free life can reset your testosterone levels.
A Day Of Reset
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While we instruct you with what and what not to do during this period, you may have realized by now that it is a detox period. Begin your day with green tea and make it a habit to sauté fresh vegetables only on olive oil. You can see your hormones achieving balance. Add more greens to your daily food routine.
Reset your life too while you reset your hormones!
DISCLAIMER: While we have taken steps to check the accuracy of information & practices shared here; it is not a replacement for a doctor’s opinion. it is important to first always check with your own doctor before trying any medication, practice or suggestion from this site.