Foods That Lower Cortisol Levels (Naturally)

Foods That Lower Cortisol Levels (Naturally)


A list of healthy foods that lower cortisol
levels naturally. Cortisol is the stress hormone which is made by the adrenal glands in the body. This hormone is the bodies in-built alarm
system which triggers fight or flight in nature. The problem is that nowadays people often have too much cortisol which leads to some
major health problems in the body. High cortisol levels are one of the leading causes of belly fat, thyroid problems, allergies
and diabetes. It can also cause your muscles to break down and be converted to sugars, which leads to
many other issues. In today’s video we share with you a list of healthy foods that lower cortisol levels
naturally, including some wonderful herbs. 1. Brazil Nuts We recommend eating 1-2 brazil nuts each day
to help lower cortisol levels. These contain selenium and iodine to support hormonal health
throughout the body. 2. Avocado When the adrenal glands are pumping out too
much cortisol you will need lots of potassium to calm them down. Avocados are one of the
richest sources of this mineral. Eat these in healthy leafy green salads each day to
lower cortisol quickly. 3. Beet Tops The leaves on the top of beets are one of
the greatest sources of potassium. Eating foods high in potassium reduces cortisol,
anxiety, stress and helps you to sleep peacefully at night 4. Apple Cider Vinegar
High cortisol levels also make you crave sugar, whereas ACV helps to reduce these cravings.
Take a tablespoon before each meal in a glass of water or in a salad dressing. This helps
to keep cortisol levels in check by supporting the adrenal glands health. 5. Maca Root
This is a superfood vegetable grow in the Andes Mountains. This is rich in magnesium
and other nutrients that support the adrenal glands, in regulating cortisol. You can get
this in powdered form. 6. Salmon Eating wild caught fish such as Salmon helps
to supply omega 3 fatty acids to the body. These prevent cortisol levels from rising
too high in the body by reducing inflammation. They also supply lots of Vitamin D for calming
the body, and reducing anxiety and stress. 7. Ashwaghanda This is an ancient herb used in India for
thousands of years to treat hormone problems. This herb is an adaptogen, meaning that helps
the body adapt to stress. It supports the thyroid and adrenal glands and reduces cortisol
naturally. 8. Bone Broth This is a liquid made from boiled animal bones.
It supplies bone marrow and nutrients that supports the health of the adrenal glands
and in regulating cortisol production. This can help to produce healthy glowing skin and
enhance physical strength. 9. Sea Kelp Sea vegetables like kelp, Irish sea moss or
nori supply some wonderful minerals to the body. Sea greens are rich in minerals like
iodine and selenium which support the health of the glands in the body, and the endocrine
system as a whole. 10. Rhodiola High cortisol levels can cause brain fog and
a loss of memory. It also has negative effects on blood pressure, blood sugar and metabolism.
Rhodiola is an excellent herb which reduces the secretion of cortisol in the body. It
can also act as a natural anti-depressant and improves brain health. 11. Nutritional Yeast
We highly recommend taking this every single day to boost your supply of B Vitamins. These
naturally calm the nervous system in the body and make you feel peaceful and focused. 12. Turmeric
This is one of the best anti-inflammatory spices in the world, and is wonderful when
trying to lose weight. It Is another adaptogen which helps the body to maintain the right
level of cortisol. Raw turmeric is best, blended into smoothies. 13. Holy Basil
This delicious herb is best used in stir fries and smoothies. It supports the balance of
cortisol and adrenaline, helping you to feel calm all day long. These adaptogenic herbs
also help you to sleep and regulate your body weight. 14. Eggs
Pasture raised eggs are a perfect blend of fat and protein for the body. They are rich
in fat soluble nutrients that support the health of the adrenal gland and many other
glands in the body. 15. Passionflower This is a herb which is often used to calm
anxiety and stress. The flower is dried and steeped in hot water to make a cortisol lowering
tea. It is also an excellent sleep aid and supports the immune system. 16. Asparagus
Green vegetables like asparagus help to feed the friendly bacteria that live in the gut
and lower digestive system. These bacteria take the strain off the body and can calm
the mental state. This has the secondary effect of lowering cortisol and balancing a healthy
body. 17. Camu Camu Last but not least, camu camu is a powerful
Ayurvedic medicine used to lower cortisol and calm nerves. It is rich in antioxidants
that strengthen the immune system and even helps to control blood sugar levels. As you can see there are some excellent foods
that you can eat to lower cortisol and stress levels in the body. We also recommend you get at least 7 hours
of sleep per day. If you have a poor sleep patterns you must take action and find ways
to relax at night. Meditation, aromatherapy, breathing exercises and cardio exercise are all excellent ways
to help you do this, and lower your cortisol in a natural way. Eating large salads each day is the best way
to boost potassium levels and calm the adrenal glands. To learn more about nutrition and healthy
foods, please see our other videos. Thank you very much for listening, a like is always appreciated and remember to subscribe
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Comments

(5 Comments)

  • Ali Khan

    absolutely amazing

  • Нурман Абдибаитов

    What a great source of information.May Allah bless you.

  • Gary Woods

    👍. Thank you for the information!

  • Gwen

    Happily I have recently discovered your video's.  I appreciate your presentation so much.  You get right to it and in a very peaceful way . . thank you so much! Very helpful!!

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