According to Paleo nutrition, Omega-6 is pro-inflammatory, while omega-3 is neutral. A diet with a lot of omega-6 and not much omega-3 will increase inflammation in your body. A diet with of a lot of omega-3 and not much omega-6 will reduce inflammation.
So how does this affect hormonal imbalance and fertility?
As long as the oil contains unsaturated trans-fat and unnaturally created, could cause infertility and hormonal imbalance.
According to US Department of Agriculture, veggie oil is highly hydrogenated by lowering total and Low Density Lipoprotein, LDL and triglyceride levels to create double bound fats which are dangerous and creates an extreme level of infertility and heart problems.
Omega-6 fat is the dominant fat in the ‘vegetable oils’ used in every processed food.
Omega-6 based “seed oils” are the fat of choice for the processed food industry because they are a lot cheaper than fats from animals and exotic fruits like olives, avocados, and coconuts, so consuming Omega-6 fats has tripled in the last century.
And as a consequence, the ratio of Omega-6 fats to Omega-3 fats has soared from about 3:1 to 26:1.
7 Ways to Correct Hormones Imbalance Naturally.
1. Eat carrot regularly:
Raw carrot contains a unique fiber that helps detox excess estrogen from your body
2. Change your Vegetable Oil:
Vegetable oils are very high in omega 6, an inflammatory fatty acid, which wreaks havoc on the hormones balance creating inflammatory issues.
3. Eat plenty liver:
Liver provides the highest source of vitamin A, one of the most valuable vitamins to balance hormones.
Exercise reduces your cortisol level (stress hormone) and boosts your immune system.
5. Taper off hormonal birth control pills:
It has hormone-disrupting effects and creates a cascade of hormonal imbalance in your body; nutritional deficiencies and gut bacteria disruption.
6. Get under his arms:
Regular hugs with a romantic partner has been shown to spike oxytocin, the Happiness Hormone.
7. Take hormones balancing therapy:
To nourish your endocrine system and normalize the release of hormones from your pituitary gland.
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