Supercharged Hormone Diet

What is Supercharged Hormone Diet?

The idea behind the Supercharged Hormone Diet is to remove allergenic and inflammatory food from your system, which includes all sources of caffeine, sugar and alcohol. You also cut out gluten, dairy, corn, potatoes, oils, peanut products, oranges, tangerines and grapefruit. During the third week, you introduce foods one by one to identify those that you may be intolerant of. For example, if you eat yogurt and it gives you tummy bloat, you might need to cut yogurt out of your diet. By the end of four weeks, you should know which foods need to go from your diet.

Pros & Cons

  • Restores hormonal health and metabolic function
  • Long-lasting effects
  • Starts with a rigorous two-week detox
  • Somewhat pricey

How does Supercharged Hormone Diet work?

You kick-start the diet with a two-week detox designed to clear excess hormones such as estrogen and cortisol and reduce inflammation. During the initial four weeks, when you’re determining which foods you need to cut from your diet, Natasha Turner, a naturopathic doctor and founder of the Supercharged Hormone Diet recommends you take supplements. Taking supplements will improve the breakdown of hormones, increase your metabolism and reduce cravings. These include a probiotic, an herbal cleanse for the liver, a bowel cleanser with fiber and vitamin D3. The supplements are optional, however, and are not recommended for pregnant women.

You also take a hormonal health questionnaire, which is in Turner’s book “The Supercharged Hormone Diet.” Then you are officially ready to follow the Glyci-Mediterranean diet, a high-protein diet that is rich in vegetables, olive oil and nuts. There are also other tips to help you sustain a faster metabolism and get started on the diet:

  • When you eat a piece of fruit, always accompany it with nuts or a piece of cheese.
  • Stick to high-protein breakfasts such as eggs or a protein shake, without starches.
  • Drink lots of water and start meals with soups or salads to fill you up sooner.
  • Protein shakes in the afternoon – particularly those made with whey protein, which lowers insulin – also help control your appetite so you don’t overeat at night.

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