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Hormonal balance means poise,beauty and harmony for the body. Any alteration in your hormonesystemreflectsvisibly on the body’s physical aspect. Many hormones have a direct relationship with the body’s mechanism of food assimilation.
The hormone diet aims to improve our health and make us lose weight by regulating the production of hormones – crucial for the healthy functioning of the body.
Any diet makes use of specific hormones: cortisol, melatonin, growth hormone or GH.
Cortisol is responsible for our metabolism, and its level is usually increased during the early hours of day. A smart dietshould include for breakfast carbohydrates, cereal, fruit and milk making sure that our body has enough energy.
Melatonin is responsible for the sleep-wake rhythm and its levelincreases during evening hours. For a good night's sleep (it is well known that insomnia is linked to weight gain) it is best to avoid eating a lot in the evening. Lunch should be the main meal of the day rich in rice, cereal, dried fruit, meat and fish, eggs and dairy products (the latter in small quantities).
At night our body releases the hormone called growth, or GH, responsible for protein synthesis and muscle training.
Breakfast: a glass of milk with 4 rusks integrals, 300 g strawberries
Snack: 25 g shelled almonds
Lunch: 70 g brown rice with fresh steamed vegetables and a boiled egg
SNACK: 25 g shelled walnuts
Dinner: 200 g of grilled chicken breast, tomato salad
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