Hormonal imbalances can cause a variety of side effects on your health and mood. More commonly experienced by aging women, there are a number of natural and holistic remedies you can look at to help you deal with the effects of hormonal imbalances.One concerned reader recently posed this question to our expert panel and here’s what they have to say:

Question: What works for hormonal imbalances? Top 3.And what works best for your face, top 3. Antiaging, moisture and health.

For hormonal balance, Buddha’s Herbs Natural Raspberry Leaf Tea can help balance the imbalances. Don’t eat fats like Vegetable oil, peanut oil, canola oil, soybean oil, margarine, shortening, or other chemically altered fats. Choose fats like coconut oil, real butter, olive oil (don’t heat!) and animal fats (tallow, lard) from healthy sources instead and eat lots of high Omega-3 fish. Healthier fats can help with hormone production, can assist weight loss, reduce inflammation, and even has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. Making sure you are getting enough Vitamin D, preferably though daily exercise outside or supplementation Vitamin D supports new hormones.

For aging, moisture and health, Making sure you are extremely well hydrated – with clean, pure water, is always the first recommendation. It helps flush out toxins and plump and firm the skin. Adding in healthy omega 3 fatty acids. A deficiency of omega-3 has been linked to an array of diseases as well as premature aging of the skin. Limiting white flours and sugars is good for everyone. They speed up the aging process by binding to and eventually weakening the collagen in your skin, which can lead to premature wrinkles and sagging.

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