Health and fitness expert: What makes me so hungry?

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Because I know that I want to eat the whole batch, it may not be a person who encounters a big chocolate brown. In fact, regarding nutrition you may be the most healthy, most trained person you know.

You may think that the only reason you could not drop those pounds is because you are not doing your best at excessive fortress and gym. Well, this is truly true, but there are other elements that may be missing.

The root of the problem is that your body has enough glycine, a chemical hormone to convey hunger to the brain, the absence of leptin, and the lack of hormones.

Think your body as a chemical laboratory. If T4, one of the three thyroid hormones, is too low, it is a chain reaction of other chemical hormones. Simply put, once a hormone is gone, the entire endocrine system disappears.

So what do you do about it?

Solution:

  • Save daily journals and recorded diaries and consciously aware of your thoughts and emotions, and those that move them. I will evaluate whether you are simply trying to solve the current situation or react accordingly if it is being triggered by past events.
  • Understanding the power of "mind and body connection" This work is very powerful and literally can not function properly unless each one is in harmony. Between the hormone and the body there are direct cause and influence signals that directly correlate with thought, emotion, energy level, fat accumulation and stress level.
  • Speaking of stress, the way to physically handle stress is a major factor in why you might carry extra belly fat. When we get stressed, the brain transfers chemical hormones, cortisol to the abdomen to protect themselves from hunger. I feel stressed enough to feel that more cortisol is sent. These ongoing behaviors, sometimes called battle or flight modes, can burn out the adrenal glands that can cause extreme fatigue, hormonal imbalance, and weight gain.
  • It is important to obtain complete hormone blood panels from your current doctor or endocrinologist. If you do not know what you know, how do you know how to fix it? The doctor may suggest Synthroid, Armor thyroid, bioequivalent hormone (still ongoing research), hormone replacement for premenopausal women, or natural supplements to support brain signals.

In any case, this is not a nighttime process, so patiently and diligently with doctor's prescription, internally energized,


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