The Best Foods For Hormone Balancing

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I get tons of questions about hormones! With today’s overload of stress, chemical exposure and inflammatory food, it’s no wonder that most of my clients come to me with imbalanced hormones. The great news is your body is smart and can work towards bringing itself back to homeostasis with a healthy, whole foods diet and lifestyle. Besides addressing lifestyle factors such as stress, mindfulness and any other serious health complications, your diet is a great place to make some easy changes to help support your hormones.

Today I wanted to chat about some of the best foods for hormone balancing.

Liver-loving foods

The liver is responsible for restoring balance to your body by filtering out excess hormones that the body does not need. This could include hormones such as sex hormones and thyroid hormones. If the liver is not functioning optimally, we could experience hormonal imbalance. Among many other reasons, this is why it’s super important to focus on liver health!

Sisley’s favourite liver-loving foods: arugula, parsley, beets, cauliflower, broccoli, matcha, berries, coconut oil

Try this liver-loving recipe.

Healthy Fats

Healthy fats play a super important role in hormone balancing. Adding healthy fats into your meals can be a great way to help manage a healthy weight, support brain health and so much more. Not only will healthy fats keep you satiated (goodbye, hanger!), but many healthy fats contain an abundance of Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3’s help to regulate estrogen and testosterone in the body. Try adding some coconut oil to your morning coffee or make some homemade peanut butter cups.

Try this hormone balancing smoothie.

Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy greens are such a wonderful staple in any healthy diet. When a client comes to me, I always recommend they consume more leafy greens – hands down! Green leafy veggies are packed with so many essential nutrients and micro-nutrients that help us thrive day to day. Whether you enjoy them raw or cooked (or both), leafy greens such as arugula, kale, spinach and chard are packed with B vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients essential for stress management, digestion and so much more. Remember that our bodies are constantly running off of different hormones, hormones for hunger, sleep and brain health. Including leafy greens at least 2x per day is a great way to include hormone balancing foods.

Try this delicious salad recipe.


If you haven’t heard of adaptogens yet, get your notepad out because you’re about to learn some AWESOME new tools! Adaptogenic herbs are such a wonderful way to help naturally balance (all) hormones in our bodies. Essentially, adaptogens are able to “adapt” to wherever our bodies need the most balancing – how cool is that? This is why they are so wonderful for all bodies. Adaptogens can help to balance both male and female hormones and aren’t specific necessarily to one area of the body. I have a more in-depth post on adaptogens here.

Try this adaptogenic latte.https://thepurelife.ca/beet-rose-maca-latte/

If you loved this post and gained inspiration to whip up some tasty meals, please leave a comment below! I’d love to hear from you. Remember that these are general tips – it’s always best to consult with a health care professional before making any drastic changes to your diet.

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Photo by John Choi.

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  6. Liam Warner says:

    Thanks, Sisley…
    I appreciate the efforts made by you to publish such an informative blog post.
    A lot of factors affect the secretion of different types of hormones including food.
    Eating a lot of junk food and lack of an adequate amount of certain types of essential nutrients might trigger several health-related disorders including hormonal imbalance.
    Thus, it is highly recommended to follow a diet chart according to the nutritional requirement of the body.