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Diet for endocrine patients

As one of the common diseases of modern people, endocrine disorder not only affects people's daily life, work and study, but also has a serious impact on human health. Diet can effectively regulate endocrine disorders and make your life healthier.

Obesity, acne, alopecia, weakened resistance and other symptoms may be caused by endocrine disorders. So, what can we eat to regulate endocrine disorders? Here are some foods that can regulate endocrine disorders.

1. Fresh vegetables and fruits
Fresh vegetables and fruits are rich in nutrients, such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and minerals. These substances not only have anti-aging effects, but also help to regulate human endocrine disorders.

2. Garlic
Garlic plays an important role in alleviating endocrine disorders. Garlic can not only enhance the immune function of human body, but also improve the ability of human body to resist external infection. In addition, it can help regulate blood sugar levels.

3. OMEGA-3
Fish are rich in OMEGA-3, OMEGA-6 and OMEGA-9. These oils are the best source of fat. Eating fish 2 or 3 times a week will help maintain the balance of the endocrine system.

4. Foods rich in calcium and vitamin B
Calcium-rich foods include milk, yogurt, camel milk, cheese, etc. Vitamin B-rich foods include chicken, goose, duck, eggs, cereals, nuts and so on. Frequent consumption of these foods helps maintain endocrine balance.

5. Yellow food
Yellow foods include soybeans, pineapples, pumpkins, corn and bananas. Frequent consumption of yellow foods can enhance gastrointestinal function, enhance metabolic function and maintain female hormone secretion.

The endocrine system of the human body secretes various hormones, which together with the nervous system regulate the metabolism and physiological functions of the human body. Normally, all kinds of hormones are balanced. If the balance is broken for some reason, too much or too little of a certain hormone will lead to endocrine disorder and the corresponding clinical symptoms. Both men and women may have endocrine disorders.

See also:

Diet Therapy:
Change diet and lifestyle to treat diseases.

Healthy Eating:
Develop a healthy eating habit.

Diet for Women:
Healthy Eating Habits for Women.

Diet for Men:
Multiple Recommended Diets for Men.