Hunger Pangs - Healthy Eating Habits
Self-care, Self-Help, Health & Wellness
Date Published: August 2022
Publisher: Broad Book Basics
The distinction between simple weight increase and hormone weight gain is significant. Most of the time, a person can identify the reason(s) for their additional weight gain; often, eating too many unhealthy foods and living a sedentary life are to blame. Hormone weight gain is distinct from other types of weight gain in that the individual is often just as active and hasn't made any dietary changes, yet they are still gaining weight. The quantity of hormone-induced weight gain can occasionally be shocking.
How a person responds to hormonal weight gain can be greatly influenced by attitude. The worst thing a person can do is to accept the weight gain and give in to their hormones.
It's not always simple for someone to maintain their positive attitude, particularly when they are struggling with an unexpected weight increase. Depression and exhaustion are two other prevalent adverse effects of hormonal imbalance, and to be very honest, they are most likely also brought on by an increase in body mass. The person needs to make an effort to surround oneself with positive, entertaining and motivating people to cope.
When a person is battling with hormone weight gain, diet and exercise are crucial. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet doesn't harm even if regular diets aren't usually efficient for preventing weight gain brought on by hormones. Working together frequently achieves two goals. The primary benefit of exercise is that it maintains the person's muscles toned and joints flexibility. The second benefit of exercising is that it gets one out of the home, which aids in overcoming depression. Endorphins are released during exercise, and they help speed metabolic metabolism. A high metabolism will aid in the body burning more calories, preventing weight gain, which is unquestionably the intended outcome.
To our dismay, it appears that for the majority of women, the stomach, hips, and waistline tend to be the most preferred regions for additional body fat to be deposited.
Reducing your calorie consumption won't make much of a difference in keeping your yesterday's hourglass figure because calories consumed aren't the perpetrators either.
Popular diets that advocate for calorie intakes of fewer than 1,200 per day might worsen the issue and be harmful to your health!
Instead, hormonal weight gain is a direct result of changes and swings in a woman's hormone levels, and the thickening effect that follows. In other words, your hormones are to thank for that extra belly fat.
There is no doubt that there is a very close connection between hormones and weight growth, and there are four important hormones involved, each of which plays a different function in how and where your body stores body fat.
The first two key things that might affect the status of your hormones are diet and exercise.
Three other significant aspects that affect the status of your hormones and your ability to maintain a healthy body weight are stress, sleep, and nutritional supplements.
It might also be useful to know what NOT to do.
For instance, it's crucial to limit or stay away from excessive amounts of caffeine, alcohol, and other stimulants.
About the Author
My is Venita Vance, I currently reside in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area, but I was raised in St. Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota. I became interested in writing just over a year ago. I have created a children’s picture book, multiple children’s coloring books, a couple of journals, and just recently three non-fiction self-care books. All books are on Amazon listed under my name or my pseudonym name of “Broad Book Basics”. My three self-care books were all launched about two weeks ago, so at this time I do not have any reviews, but I am offering free eBooks to read for five days, starting August 29th-September 2nd. Along with the release of my three books, one of them (My Emotional Self) has been selected to be promoted in New York at the “Tribeca Book Festival” in Lower Manhattan, New York on October 28th-30th, and at the “New York Library Association Book Festival” in Saratoga, New York on November 3rd-4th. I will be appearing at both festivals.