6 Foods That Balance Your Hormones Naturally For Younger-Looking Skin

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2. Almonds

Almonds are the healthiest nuts to provide your skin the help it needs to maintain its beauty. You see, the consumption of almonds has been scientifically linked with a marked increase in the levels of adiponectin hormone, which aids in the regulation of blood sugar levels to control and prevent the high insulin-high androgen ripple effect.

Moreover, researchers have established a direct link between the daily the consumption of almonds with a marked reduction in the levels of unhealthy male hormones, such as testosterone, which causes the skin to appear thinner and dry. It is highly recommended that you add at least eleven almonds to your daily diet. You can always increase the quantity, but limit yourself to small portion servings as almonds tend to pack up calories.

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3. Avocados

Avocados, like coconut and olive oil, are brimming with healthy fats that aid the body in maintaining and regulating healthy cholesterol levels, along with playing a vital role in synthesizing hormones. It allows your skin to remain healthy by promoting the release and circulation of the essential hormones that maintain the beauty of the skin.

Moreover, avocados and their healthy fats enhance the natural lipid bilayers of our skin cells, in order to keep the membrane healthy and vitalized. This enhances the skin’s ability to retain water, and avoid looking dull, dry or plump.

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All you need is half an avocado to brim you up with countless nutrients, such as monounsaturated fatty acids, potassium, Vitamin C and E, fiber, and lutein, which aids in shielding the skin against sun damage.

19 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks Lauren for your wonderful notes on foods and nutrition, thanks alot and wish to read from you again, thanks , regards-jean

  2. Thanks Lauren for sharing some amazing food nutritional tips. The one about the boiled egg was my favorite & part of what I had just started eating anyway lately. My body was actually craving for it for some reason. So that’s how that happened.♣

  3. Thank you so much Lauren! Your post was not only extremely illuminating and helpful to me; but also to my husband and eight year old who both have Type 1 diabetes. Many; if not all of the foods you listed are foods which I will continue t to incorporate into our daily meals.

  4. What about pecans instead? I have a tree and prefer to eat the nuts we harvest from that rather than buy nuts at the store. Will those do?

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