Your Holiday Hormone Survival Guide

The holiday season is a whirlwind of excitement for most people. However, amidst all the joy and festivities, there’s a silent battle that many of us face: the challenge of staying on track with our healthy habits. During the holidays, it’s common for our hormones to face some challenges in maintaining balanced levels. Here’s what you need to know and how PellecomeFIT® can help.

How the Holiday Season Can Disrupt Your Hormones


During the winter season, many of us experience a whirlwind of social interactions and emotions. It is no wonder then that, for many individuals, the primary stress hormone, cortisol, can fluctuate quite a bit during the holiday season.¹

Overindulging in Food

The festive occasion subtly encourages us to have a good time, and this influences the food choices we make. Consuming excessive amounts of food can disrupt the hormones responsible for regulating feelings of fullness and hunger², leading to issues with recognizing your body’s actual need for nourishment.

Consuming processed foods, such as cookies and bread, can lead to inflammation and place additional strain on the adrenal glands.³ These glands are responsible for producing hormones that play a crucial role in regulating various bodily functions such as metabolism, immune system function, and your body’s response to stress.

Drinking Alcohol

The holiday season often brings about feelings of happiness and excitement, but it can also be accompanied by feelings of loneliness and social pressure that can lead individuals to turn to alcohol as a means of relief. Consuming alcohol can disrupt the body’s hormone system, leading to significant medical complications.

Ultimately, prolonged alcohol consumption can lead to hormonal imbalances that pave the way for certain reproductive disorders⁴, including irregular menstrual cycles, reduced fertility, and hypogonadism.

Surviving the Holidays With PellecomeFIT

PellecomeFIT is a personalized medical treatment program designed to meet the unique metabolic and hormonal needs of each individual, promoting optimal health and recovery, whether for peak physical performance or simply surviving the holidays.

The PellecomeFIT program offers a range of supplements designed to support individuals in various aspects of their health and well-being. These supplements are specifically formulated to assist with different bodily functions and processes, such as:

  • Maintaining a healthy body composition
  • Building more muscle
  • Controlling cravings
  • Boosting metabolism
  • Enhancing your natural beauty

If you’re struggling to curb certain food and drink cravings this holiday season, PellecomeFIT’s Craving Control supplements may be a great option to consider.

Explore Solutions to Optimal Health With PellecomeFIT

For revolutionary health solutions to help support you on your journey toward better living, visit Pellecome to learn more or find a Pellecome provider near you today.

  1. Holiday Stress and the Brain [Internet]. hms.harvard.edu. Available from: https://hms.harvard.edu/news-events/publications-archive/brain/holiday-stress-brain
  1. Belfort-DeAguiar RD, Seo D. Food Cues and Obesity: Overpowering Hormones and Energy Balance Regulation. Current obesity reports [Internet]. 2018 Jun 1;7(2):122–9. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5959777/
  1. The Adrenal Fatigue (AF) Diet [Internet]. Healthline. 2017. Available from: https://www.healthline.com/health/adrenal-fatigue-diet
  1. Rachdaoui N, Sarkar DK. Pathophysiology of the Effects of Alcohol Abuse on the Endocrine System. Alcohol Research : Current Reviews [Internet]. 2017;38(2):255–76. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5513689/

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