Your hormones are tiny chemical messengers that travel throughout your body, delivering messages to your organs, tissues and cells to boost metabolism, build muscle, de-stress, lift mood, etc. The food you eat, how much you move (and the type of movements you perform), and lifestyle factors like sleep and stress management play fundamental and crucial roles in setting and maintaining ideal hormone balance. For the full article visit us here: http://paleo.co/hormonefixes
The endocrine system produces and regulates hormones in the body, telling other systems of the body what to do. From brain function to reproduction, hormones are the chemical messengers that manage metabolism, growth, heart rate, and virtually every other bodily function.In modern North America, our endocrine systems are under attack by diet, environment, and lifestyle—with serious consequences. In addition to toxins, increasing levels of stress also contribute to endocrine disruption.
Prev3 of 3Next post 9. Asian Ginseng Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng), also known as Korean red ginseng, helps regulate the adrenal gland that produces stress hormones. It acts as an adaptogen to keep a proper hormonal balance in your body. Studies suggest that this herb may also be useful in relieving some of the symptoms