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Foods that Can Balance Hormones

Our hormones have a profound effect on our physical, mental and emotional health so it’s important we take the time and attention to make sure they are well-balanced. When our hormones are unbalanced, we can feel more fatigued, experience heightened stress, become irritable and have problems with our menstrual cycles, fertility and much more. It’s essential we keep our hormones balanced, so our bodies and minds can function properly.

One factor that a lot of us forget about when it comes to our hormones is our diet, which is a powerful tool when it comes to balancing hormones. There are lots of different foods which help to balance hormones and ensure that our bodies are producing the right amount of hormones to keep us healthy and functioning properly. We want to share with you just a few of the foods that can help regulate your hormones. Read on for further information on our hormone-balancing supplements.

Make Sure You’re Eating Enough Protein

Protein isn’t just important for building and repairing muscle, it’s also crucial for hormone balance which is something that most people don’t know. Protein gives our bodies the essential amino acids that we can’t make on our own and is crucial for the development of our hormones. It also helps to keep our blood sugar balanced, keep us fuller for longer and regulates our hunger hormones like Leptin and Ghrelin. 

Low protein diets have been shown to be linked with low levels of Oestrogen, low Growth Hormone levels, compromised thyroid and many other issues. It’s crucial to ensure that we consume adequate amounts of protein and that we split our protein intake up throughout the day. Incorporate foods such as eggs, chicken, fish, beans, lentils, and lean red meats into your diet to keep your protein levels up. 

Eat Healthy Fats on a Daily Basis


Healthy fats are also essential for healthy hormone levels and function. There are so many misconceptions that fat is bad and that it actually makes you gain weight, which is entirely not true. Our bodies need healthy fats to produce hormones, reduce inflammation, and aid in the production of healthy amounts of cholesterol. 

They also benefit our endocrine system and are necessary to produce Oestrogen and Testosterone. Some healthy fats that you can incorporate into your diet include salmon, walnuts, flaxseed oil, chia seeds, and avocados. Fats also work to keep you feeling full and your energy levels up, so it’s great to incorporate them into different meals throughout your day.

Get Plenty of Cruciferous Vegetables into your Diet

We also need to make sure that we are eating plenty of cruciferous vegetables, as they promote our liver function which is important for hormone balance. Cruciferous vegetables help our liver to clear our waste products and spent hormones, which are crucial to maintaining a healthy hormone balance. 

You can incorporate vegetables such as rocket, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, and cauliflower to benefit from these hormone-balancing effects. Incorporate these cruciferous vegetables throughout the day into your meals, and ideally, you want to be eating them lightly cooked to reap their full benefits. 

Incorporate Gut-Friendly Foods

The healthier our gut is, the healthier our hormones are so we need to ensure that our gut bacteria are always flourishing. Our gut microbiome has a direct and powerful impact on our hormones and promotes hormone balance, supports balanced blood sugar, and allows our bodies to extract the nutrients that we need from foods. Having a healthy gut also helps to get rid of bloating, constipation, IBS, and can even help us with feeling less tired and lethargic.

Some gut-friendly foods you can incorporate into your daily diet include probiotic yoghurts, kefir, and fermented vegetables like kimchi and sauerkraut. It’s recommended to incorporate a daily serving of probiotics into your diet to keep your microbiome happy and healthy.

Eat High-Fibre Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates, specifically high-fibre and whole-grain carbohydrates, help to stabilise blood sugar, reduce hormone levels, and fibre also binds to excess hormones and works to remove them from the body. Its recommended that we get at least 30g of fibre a day, which many people don’t. Too few carbohydrates can cause imbalances in our hormones too, so its important to get a good amount of carbohydrates on a daily basis. Incorporate foods such as oatmeal, sweet potato, brown rice, whole-grain pasta and bread, beans, legumes and fruit and vegetables into your diet.

Keep Your Hormones Balanced with anatomē 

If you’re looking to make sure that your hormones are happy and balanced all year round, then why not take a look at our range of supplements at anatomē? All of our supplements have been carefully formulated with the finest, scientific ingredients and botanical adaptogens to support our bodies and our hormones. 

Our Natural Hormone Supplement for Daily Support is a complex blend of vitamins, minerals and botanicals that help to balance hormones, boost energy levels, and support healthy immune responses by providing us with key nutrients that are missing from most people's daily diets. 

Other supplements that can help to keep your hormones balanced include our Womens Health Essentials Duo, Magnesium Supplement, Essential Daily Probiotic and Selenium Supplement.

If you’d like to take charge of your hormone health and keep your mind and body functioning, shop our range of hormonal supplements at anatomē today. We offer free UK shipping on all orders over £50, and aim to have your products with you within 2 working days.

Written by:
Garrett Looney

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