Balancing your hormones and keeping them in check doesn’t have to be complicated. 

Incorporating certain nutrient-rich foods into your diet is one of the simplest ways to help regulate the hormones that keep your body functioning smoothly. Learn which foods can boost hormone health, including protein, healthy fats, complex carbs, and micronutrients like vitamins and minerals.

Eat Healthy Fats. 

Healthy fats are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can help balance hormones and maintain a healthy weight. Healthy fats include olive oil, coconut oil, avocados, and fatty fish like salmon. Adding healthy fats to your meals is an easy way to get the important omega-3s you need for better hormone health. Choose foods with healthy fats instead of unhealthy saturated and trans fat sources like red meat, cheese, and other processed foods.

Enjoy an Anti-Inflammatory Diet. 

An anti-inflammatory diet is beneficial for balancing hormones and reducing inflammation in the body. Fill your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, nuts, and seeds to get essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Load up on omega-3 fatty acids by eating cold-water fish such as salmon and mackerel. Flavor food with herbs and spices like garlic, turmeric, oregano, and basil which may reduce inflammation in the body. Have a cup of tea each day to boost antioxidant levels and help fight off harmful toxins that can disrupt hormones.

Anti Inflammatory Vegetables That Support Balanced Hormones

Include Vegetables and Fruits in Your Diet. 

Load up on colorful vegetables and fruits every day to get essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Fruits like oranges, apples, bananas, and pears are easy to grab for a snack. Leafy greens such as kale, collard greens, and spinach contain fiber for digestion support and antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation in the body. Roast or sauté vegetables like sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts with olive oil for a delicious dinner side dish. Create smoothies with yogurt and fresh fruit which will provide plant compounds called phytochemicals known to support hormone balance.

Drink Enough Water. 

Drinking plenty of water can help support the body’s normal hormone production. Aim for around 8 glasses per day and vary which type of fluids you consume including herbal tea, green tea, milk, or bone broth as well. Water works to flush out toxins and bolsters your nutrition since it helps to move vitamins and minerals through the body to be absorbed effectively.

Balance Protein Intake with Plant-Based Proteins.

Plant-based proteins, such as legumes and nuts, can help increase your protein intake without sacrificing your health in the process. Plant-based proteins are good for your heart and full of fiber and other nutrients that can support a balanced diet. Try adding more lentils to soup, incorporating walnuts into salads, or using almond butter in smoothies for an extra boost of protein.

Making small changes in your diet and lifestyle can have a big impact on your overall well-being, especially around balancing hormones.

Try adding at least one of these tips into your life today and then once you get comfortable with it, and another & so on until you have all five.

Change takes time, but when you commit yourself to improve your health, you’ll see the difference.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help or guidance if you need it.

Let Joseph, your functional nutrition coach at Re-Root, be your coach, mentor, and accountability partner on your journey.

Book your free 30-minute discovery call today with Joseph at

During this call, we’ll discuss your current health obstacles and define a winning solution for you to get you back out there again.

Here’s To Kicking Your Chronic Inflammation To The Curb!

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