Hormones are essential for everyday bodily functions. They are used for communication for our organs and tissues and regulate everything from sleep cycles to digestive patterns. When our hormones become unbalanced, it interferes with our body’s ability to perform necessary tasks. Eating these four foods will help keep our bodies in top working order.

Leafy Greens

If your mother forced you to eat leafy greens as a child, she was onto something. Leafy greens like spinach, kale, collards, and Swiss chard have a variety of antioxidants, as well as a high iron content. Maintaining iron levels ensures proper brain function, eliminates fatigue, and also relieves headaches. Consuming leafy greens daily also helps with balancing estrogen levels, which is responsible for keeping menstruation and female reproductive health on track.


Proteins are the foundation of the majority of our bodies, including our hormones. For proper overall health, eating proteins throughout the day is important. Protein-rich foods include eggs, nuts(pistachios, almonds, etc.), chicken breasts, and fish (salmon, tuna, etc.). Regularly eating these foods will help build healthy cells and support hormone function.


Avocados have grown in popularity as a superfood for many reasons, including managing hormones. Avocado is great for regulating cortisol, a hormone responsible for balancing stress levels. Avocado’s plant sterols are great for helping with estrogen and progesterone, which both help with ovulation and menstruation. You can add avocados to a piece of toast or blend them into a smoothie for a creamy health boost.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate is one may be the healthiest guilty pleasures available. It contains flavonoids, a naturally occurring antioxidant, that aids circulation. Blood circulation is important for numerous bodily functions, including carrying oxygen to the brain as well as helps blood flow to the penis before intercourse. When blood circulation is irregular, men can develop erectile dysfunction. Eating dark chocolate can help with blood circulation, which may increase the amount of erections.

If eating dark chocolate doesn’t help, you may need an ED treatment. This involves using technology called Focused Linear Compression Therapy, which addresses the cause of erectile dysfunction. Using sound waves, this treatment opens up existing blood vessels and creates new ones to strengthen the flow of blood to the penis.

Healthy hormone function is essential for everyday living. Incorporating these four foods will improve hormone regulation and keep you functioning on a high level. Do your best to avoid processed foods to maximize results.

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