The Hormone diet: Does it work? The Hormone diet: Does it work?

The Hormone diet: Does it work?

It is true that when it comes to dieting, you have to take matters very seriously. Your weight is not always an indicator of your overall wellness. So, how does the hormone diet work?

Your weight is not always an indicator of your overall wellness. So, how does the hormone diet work?

The hormone diet is said to reset your hormones by changing some aspects of your diet and making you lose weight.

The hormone diet was created by Nr. Natasha Turner and it aims at controlling the hormone fluctuations that usually make us gain weight.

The diet

It is a six-week program that consists of three steps and it claims to control hormone fluctuations through your diet. It also includes exercise, detox, and supplements.

It is a six-week program that consists of three steps and it claims to control hormone fluctuations through your diet.

Phase 1: during the first 2 weeks you should detox by restricting your diet. You are not supposed to eat gluten, oils, peanuts, sugar, artificial sweeteners, red meat or cow dairy, alcohol, and caffeine. Supplements such as fish oil and probiotics are required during this phase. 

Phase 2: You should still make sure to avoid hormone hindering foods such as fish, meat and coffee, dried fruit, and anything processed. But some groups are included.

Phase 3: It adds cardio and strength training and continues with the diet of phase 2.

Is the hormone diet safe?

This diet aims at you losing more weight than the recommended rate of weight loss. Much of the initial weight loss is caused by the loss of water and it could easily come back after the diet is over. 

There is little research to prove that this diet will actually work. So before jumping into this diet, consult an expert and actually discover whether you have a hormone imbalance. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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