We all age differently and that greatly depends on us. But there are some things that happen to all of us. What we have in mind is of course menopause. When menopause hits, a lot of things change and the worst is that it becomes more than difficult to lose any weight. What is more, it seems that you can only gain it.
To tell you the truth it happens because your hormones are all imbalance, no matter how regularly you exercise or how healthy you eat – until you put your hormones in balance there will be no use. And that is something we are going to talk about today. Today we are going to tell you how to balance the hormones that has gone rogue, at home.
We all know that insulin is responsible for turning all the sugar into fat and keep it, as if it is a treasure. The ways of balancing it are few, but the most obvious is to forget about sugar. In case that is not an option, the next thing you should b=do it to have two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar mixed with water right after you get up. Does not sound that complex, does it?
After menopause estrogen increases and that lead to increase of your weight. The only sure way to keep it under control is to make sure that you consume a lot of veggies on a daily basis.
Leptin is a hormone that tell our brain when we are full. And when there is excess of this hormone – your brain can’t no longer distinguish whether you are full or not and you keep eating. But there is an easy way to control it – get enough of sleep.
Cortisol is responsible for our actions in stressful situations, but is there is too much of stress, your body stores that as fat, literary. That is why you should find something that calm you down and regularly practice it and avoid stress in general.
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