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Top 7 Natural Cures For Appetite

Natural Cures For Appetite

A poor appetite can result from many factors and can occur to anyone irrespective of the age and the gender. Loss of appetite is more common among the elderly people. The most common causes are depression, tension, nervousness, or anxiety. People suffering from eating disorders (anorexia nervosa) also face appetite loss. Loss of appetite will make your immune system weak and deprived of the essential nutrients required for survival. A person becomes malnourished, extremely thin resulting in serious health problems. Below-mentioned are the natural cures for appetite.

Natural Cures For Appetite

Exercise

According to the thumb rule, the harder you work out the lesser you feel hungry. You can choose any workout routine that will increase your body temperature. Aerobics, such as running, is a good workout for appetite suppressant. You can start with a 15-minute session and then gradually increase it to 30-40 minutes after your stamina level has increased. Avoid swimming as it does not increase your body temperature. So, choosing and performing the best exercises on a regular basis that can increase the body temperature help in curing the problem of appetite.

Exercise

Diet

Increase your appetite by having iron-rich foods such as alfalfa. Many herbal remedies use alfalfa as an ingredient as it is extremely nutritious and is also an appetite stimulant. Deficiency of the minerals and the vitamins in your body due to your poor appetite can be regained by consuming Alfafa, therefore, increasing your tendency to eat. You can consume it by mixing its powder in soups and juices or by adding sprouts of alfalfa to salads. You can also have alfalfa supplements every day. Hence following a proper diet helps you solve the problem of appetite.

Diet

Fruits and Vegetables

Vegetables and fresh fruits contain high content of vitamins (vitamin-A, C, and E). Deficiency in the specified vitamins is a main factor for appetite loss and poor digestion. Therefore, including vegetables, fruits, and juices in your diet will help you to restore your appetite.

Fruits and Vegetables

Zinc and Folic Acid Supplements

Folic acid and zinc supplements are very important minerals, which help to stimulate smell and taste. A deficiency in these minerals will adversely affect your appetite; therefore, including these minerals in your diet is extremely important, especially for women after their pregnancy.  Follow this procedure at least for 15 days and if you feel you still need to continue this process, then you may do so to control the appetite problem.

Zinc and Folic Acid Supplements

Green Tea

You can stimulate your appetite by drinking green tea at least half an hour before your meals, since it helps in restoring the minerals and the vitamins required by your body. Green tea is rich in antioxidants, very light in the stomach, and contains several natural curative elements. Therefore, it is used in herbal remedies too. Studies reveal that bitter teas can increase your appetite. Green tea can be consumed daily in the morning and evening time, which in turn helps to control your appetite.

Green Tea

Chamomile Tea

Stress or anxiety also causes loss of appetite. It is advisable to drink chamomile tea if your loss of appetite is caused to stress or anxiety. Add one spoon of chamomile in one cup of boiled water, brew it for five minutes, strain it and drink. It is also available as tea bags.

Chamomile Tea

Kola Nut

Kola nut which is found in few places in North Africa has a high caffeine concentration just like guarana seeds. It helps to reduce fatigue and boost energy levels. It acts as a natural suppressant of appetite and also helps in digestion. It is advisable to consume it in moderation as it can be very addictive and pregnant women should stay away from it.

Kola Nut





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