#If you want to lose weight, or much more and you are struggling with the #diet, exercising and food and not getting any special results you need to continue reading.
#Some studies claim that it can be really hard for some people to lose weight. #According to one in the Obesity #Research & Clinical Practice, obesity is 10% more common than it was in the 1970s. Even though there were people who consumed the same food and did the same exercise routines.
#Perhaps you are wondering what is the reason for this?
Some researchers believe that the environment also plays a crucial role in our health, #especially when it comes to the chemicals foods contain. #Thus, all the products that we consume on a day-to-day basis will not help us lose weight.
Moreover, it is also very difficult to manage this weight with all the complex #energies that go out and in.
#Nevertheless, if you have taken all the precautions and you have #bought healthy food, and still cannot lose weight, it must mean that your hormones are not working properly. #Thus, if you have hormonal dysfunction, it can cause more weight gain.
Hormones- The Cause for Belly Fat
Belly fat can cause a lot of problems like diabetes, #heart disease or aging. Thus, you will need some #motivation to diet, exercise and sleep. Here are some of the hormonal imbalances that cause belly fat:
- High Estrogen
- Low DHEA
- High Insulin Levels
- Low Testosterone
- High Cortisol
- Low Growth Hormone
Regulating the Growth Hormone
#This hormone is very important for our appearance, feelings and actions. #The body releases it when we sleep and exercise. Plus, it is also important for bone density, tissue repair, obtaining a healthy body composition and strengthening the muscles.
#Nevertheless, its function decreases with age, thus, we need some supplements. You can consume the following foods if you want to #improve your growth #hormone.
- cacao/raw chocolate
- fava beans
- coconut oil
- grass-fed beef
- goji berries
- Greek yogurt
2. Managing the Cortisol
#If you are feeling stressed, your body will emit cortisol. It is not harmful if it is in small doses, however, if you have chronic stress, it might increase the #level of cortisol and cause obesity and difficulties falling asleep and mood changes as well.