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

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4. Salmon

Salmon is packed with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which function is a vital building bold in synthesizing both, hormones and cholesterol levels. This fatty fish is not only beneficial for the health of the heart and the brain, but it also aids the body in generating and regulating hormones.

Researchers have highlighted the potently powerful anti-inflammatory profiles of salmon, which aid in soothing and preventing severe skin ailments, such as eczema and acne. We strongly recommend you to devour at least one 4-ounce serving of salmon twice every week.

Calories in Atlantic Salmon

5. Eggs

If you’re one of the individuals who limit their diet to only egg whites, most likely, you have been conditioned to avoid egg yolks due to the prevailing myth that yolks are high in cholesterol.

Research reveals that egg yolks are brimming with cholesterol, but not bad or LDL cholesterol, but in fact, they pack up good or HDL cholesterol, which is required by the body to generate essential hormones.

Lose Weight Eating Eggs

Moreover, HDL cholesterol also softens the skin and enhances its beauty. It is essential that you eat at least one egg every day in order to obtain healthy fats and HDL cholesterol that will keep your skin supple and healthy, along with brimming your body with energizing protein.

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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