Most of us have been plagued with acne at some point in our lives. In most cases, this was during puberty and it resolved itself once our hormones calmed down and normalised. For many, however, acne can continue into adulthood or even appear for the first time later in life. In adults, acne is not so likely to resolve itself and it is necessary to take a look at one's diet. Read on to find out how hormones and diet affect your skin.
Hormones rule our lives. They are the chemical messengers that make us feel happy or sad, hungry or full, tired or ready to get up and go. They make us sleep or keep us awake, put on weight or lose it, make us love, bond, enjoy sex and procreate ... or prevent all of those. But are we slaves to our hormones? To we have to put up with what we're given? Are some people just lucky to get all the good ones?
Do you eat to balance blood sugar levels? If you would like to lose weight, regain more energy, stop cravings, improve your digestion, balance your hormones and speed up your metabolism, it is crucial to learn how to balance blood sugar.
If you have never experienced insomnia, you won't know what a bizarre feeling it is to be dog-tired and exhausted, yet unable to sleep. Suffering a few nights like takes it out of the best of us. One of my clients experienced insomnia every night for nearly ten years. Read her story.
We're always told that it doesn't matter what we eat, as long as we control our calorie intake: Eat less, move more, and we'll be fine. If that doesn't work for us, then we're just too greedy and too lazy. But what if it's not that simple? Our body chemistry has a whole arsenal of 'chemical weapons' that make us go in search of just the foods we're trying to avoid. Willpower doesn't even get a look in.