Food that will keep your hormones balanced

Just like your skin needs extra care with every passing year, your hormones too need the attention.

Along with our lifestyle, our age plays a vital role in hormones imbalance.

For healthy lifestyle, we know what to do – Right diet, Exercise, Meditation, No Stress, 7 hrs Sleep

Here will focus on what to eat to balance your hormones with every passing year.


Dark Chocolate –I love dark chocolates. Helps controls cortisol level, good way to bid away stress.

Salmon – Pleasure on plate, salmon is the best option when comes to Saturday night dinner.

  • Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Promote less insulin production
  • Promote less sebum production, leading to acne free skin

Cinnamon – Luckily we Indians use this lot in our spice rack.

  • Controls insulin level
  • Lower blood sugar
  • Increase lean body mass

Green Tea – Much hyped green tea is actually the best substitute for tea or coffee.

  • Helps detox
  • Provides energy
  • Antioxidant
  • Improves immunity

20-30’s AGE GROUP

Eggs – Trust me you will need a lot of Vitamin D from now on. Staying under morning sun for vitamin D may not always be enough.

  • Stronger bones
  • Boost immunity
  • Stabilize blood sugar levels

Avocados – An avocado makes the best smoothies, bread cream and salad dressing.

  • Good fats
  • Maintain cholesterol level
  • Helps produce hormones

Nuts – Always keep a handful nut with you as snack to avoid binging on greasy food.

31-40’s AGE GROUP

Yogurt – Yogurt is a food produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. 

  • Stronger & healthier bones Maintains Healthy Digestive System & Gut
  • Boost Immunity
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Level cholesterol
  • Cure Urinary Tract Infections
  • Soothes Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Detoxify
  • Maintains natural balance of organism in our intestines

Flaxseed – Health benefits of flaxseeds, more often known as linseeds, were widely praised in ancient Greece and Rome.

  • Excellent source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids
  • Rich in folate and vitamin B6
  • Rich in Minerals Magnesium, Phosphorus and Copper
  • Contain Lignans, a type of phytoestrogen
  • High in soluble fibre

Quinoa – Quinoa is a trendy super-food ingredient on gluten free dishes. It’s one of the plant based food that contains all 9 amino acids. [Soak well before use]

  • High in Fiber & Protein
  • Controls Ghrelin – hunger hormone
  • Low glycemic index
  • Improves metabolism
  • Antioxidant

Tempeh“Tempeh is a traditional soy product originating from Indonesia. It is made by a natural culturing and controlled fermentation process that binds soybeans into a cake form. Here a special fungus is used, usually marketed under the name Tempeh starter.” – wiki

  • Source of Protein, Iron, Manganese, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Calcium
  • Contains Probiotic
  • Promotes digestive care
  • Weight loss
  • Regulates immunity
  • Improve mental health
  • Maintains blood cholesterol levels

Anything in excess is bad.

Limit yourself with right dosage.

Too many together will not help reach the target any sooner, instead might show some side-effect.