Eating Well Helps To Manage Your Hormones and Stress !

Reduce Stress and Enjoy More Life!

Stress has a powerful influence on our hormones and moods. An imbalance can cause disease and other compromised conditions. Food has a major impact on our hormones and if they remain balanced or not.

Chronic (on-going) physical or emotional stress causes the body to alter its hormonal balance. Adrenals become exhausted, run out of steam and fail to produce the necessary volume of hormones required.

As a result you may be inflicted with the following symptoms:

  • low energy and fatigue
  • blood sugar imbalances
  • depression
  • low metabolism
  • lack of concentration/brain fog
  • insomnia, feeling run down or overwhelmed
  • craving salty and sweet foods
  • low immune function
  • poor digestion
  • food and environmental allergies
  • water retention
  • weight gain

If your energy lags during the day, you feel emotionally unbalanced much of the time, you sleep poorly, cannot lose excess weight even while dieting, and use caffeine or carbohydrates as ‘pick-me-ups’, then these are all red flags you need to take note of your condition.

Stress plays an important role in weight loss. Either by its effect on regulating the thyroid, the body’s furnace, or by its effect on increasing hunger. Stress also increases insulin resistance, triglycerides in the blood, muscle breakdown (therefore metabolic capacity) and increases fat gain in the abdominal region.

As part of your weight loss or wellness program, Body Balancing Nutrition addresses these hormonal imbalances and helps you to repair your body and any damage done.

Let us arrange an initial FREE first appointment for you, so we can understand your needs and goals and how we may assist you, obligation free.

Simply fill in the contact form below and we will call you in the selected time convenient to you, or phone us to get started NOW on (08) 9388 1166.

*Disclaimers: Results may vary based on an individual’s requirements and compliance with Body Balancing’s programs and protocols