Is stress The Main reason you are Fat
To lose Fat specially the lower abdomen we fail to understand that
- – It’s NOT overeating…
- – It’s NOT sugar or carbohydrates….
- – It’s NOT a lack of exercise…
Its your cortisol and Adrenalin hormones.
Sources of chronic stress include:
– Lack of sleep and insomnia
– Negative thoughts and emotions
– Sugar cravings and low serotonin levels
– Caffeine and stimulant abuse (more than 2 coffees per day)
– acidity and toxicity
– lethargy and lack of energy
– Excess Cardio
So dealing with Cortisol can become pretty tricky, but it can be dealt with proper techniques and supplements
1) reducing your physical and mental stress by becoming more calm and relaxed
2) removing sugar and processed foods from your diet and replacing them with whole organic foods from mother earth will help improve your digestion and in turn a healthier GUT.
3) less toxicity and acidity which adds stress to the body internally, by making the simple shifts by your food choices, thoughts and emotions.
4) taking control of cortisol levels, you need to learn to unwind and relax every single day for at least 20 – 30 minutes and learn to take deep breaths and clear the mind.
5) Meditation and yoga are some of the excellent ways to do relax and bring down cortisol effectively.
6) Grounding and Earthing is a great way to rejuvenate yourself and getting the negative ions through the earth and feeling the energy flow through your body, this will boost the immune system, antioxidant levels and create a sense of healing throughout the body.
7)Exercise is also a savior, and has been shown to reduce cortisol effectively, BUT if overdone and done in-correctly it could have the opposite effect.
8) supplements i have found great are green tea, l-theanine, Rhodiola rosea, magnesium oil and phosphatidylserine
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