A Guide On How To Harness Your Hormones For Maximum Weight Loss

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Hormones are chemical messengers. The rising & falling levels of Hormones control your appetite, craving, where your body stores fat & critical players in diet success & failure.
The adrenal glands, located on top of your Kidneys. Can go feral in the presence of stress. Once the danger has passed, this baddle jacks up your appetite so you can replenish the energy you just expended... The result is weight gain, especially around your middle. First, cut off her main energy supply: Caffeine. This stimulant can increase Cortisol secretion. Laughter or even giggle can decrease cortisol levels by 39 %.
The Ovaries & Adrenal Glands. It is best known for its tendency to help pump up your muscles, your energy & sex drive. So when It's AWOl; your muscles, along with your Libido may atrophy, leading to a sluggish metabolism & weight gain. Start Resistance Training & Weight Bearing Exercises (Aim for a minimum of 30 minutes, three times a week) which revs up your testosterone production. Cutting back on sugar may also help it thrive. Eating too much of the sweet stuff can turn off the gene that regulates the amount of active testosterone in your body.
Adipose Tissues (Fat Cells). It normally regulates appetite by signaling when you are full & should stop eating. But the fat cell where it hangs out start disappearing - that is, if you successfully lose some weight - it makes itself scarce as well... And When Leptin dwindles, you don't get them, okay you're done now... message. So you keep eating. Moving around extra pounds for too long can also wear it out & cause it to quit working, known as Leptin Resistance. Avoid fad diet that encourages quick weight loss & the inevitable regain that leads to Leptin resistance & instead take a steady approach to cut calories. Also, make sure you are getting plenty of Zinc: low levels have been linked with decreases Leptin output in healthy people. Include Beans, Pulses, Kaju, Dry coconut, Peanut, Almonds, Bajra, Methi seeds, Garlic, Onion leaves, Ragi.
The Gut. It regulates appetite. When your stomach nears empty, it bellows to your brain that it is time to chew something. After you have munch your lunch it chills for about 2-3 hrs. But when you lose weight, your body thinks it's starving & tries to reinstate its "set point ", so it ramps up GHRELIN production, increasing hunger to make you plump back up. A full stomach will send ghrelin packing, so load up on bulky but low-calorie foods. Even low levels of sleep deprivation can increase your ghrelin levels & lead to more body fat storage.
The Ovaries. It is responsible for the roller coaster of cravings that accompanies your menstrual cycle. When it's the least active, just before your period starts, you're most susceptible to binge eating. And when it rises, right before ovulation appetite suppressed. But paradoxically if it gets too strong it can overpower PROGESTERONE, called ESTROGEN DOMINANCE, can make weight loss extremely challenging, if not possible. To keep it in proper balance, make sure you are getting proper fiber, which binds to estrogen & moves it out through your bowels so it doesn't go back into circulation. Aim for 400-500 gms of vegetables per day.

As scientists make cutting-edge discoveries, we're learning more every day about how these gremlins operate. And once you understand their natural behaviors, you can make them your allies.
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