SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — If you have excess belly fat you can’t get rid of no matter what you do, it may be a hormone problem. You may need to rethink your diet and start adding certain foods into your meals to see a difference. Christine Hronec, an award-winning chemist and three-time champion fitness competitor, nutrition, and exercise expert joined GDL to talk about five signs of a hormonal belly, and foods to reduce it. Learn more at gaugelife.com.
Recipes to reduce a hormonal belly
Hormone Detox Smoothie
*Blender (vitamix or magic bullet style blender)
-2 stalks celery
-2 cups kale/spinach
-4 Tbsp chia or flax seeds
-4oz green apple, sliced
-juice from half a lemon
-2 tsp raw ginger
Daily Detox Carrot Salad-
-medium salad bowl
-1 Large Organic Carrot shredded or spiralized
-1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
-1 tbsp coconut oil
-1/2 tsp raw honey (optional)
-Himalayan sea salt (to taste)
-Fresh black pepper (to taste)
Hormone Balancing Superfood Salad
-3oz grilled or roasted salmon
-8-10 brussels sprouts roasted
-1 cup roasted, cubed butternut squash
-1 cup red cabbage
-2 tbsp slivered almonds
-1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
-1 tbsp olive oil
1 large Lacinato Kale
8-10 Brussel Sprouts
1 cup Shredded Red Cabbage
1 1/2 Cups Cubed Buttercup Squash
3/4 Cup Dried Cranberries
1 cup Chopped Pecans
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