Now that we’ve told you what foods cause you to sweat, we want to tell you about some foods that can reduce sweating. Here they are…
The easiest and simplest way to reduce sweat is to stay hydrated with plenty of water. When your body is properly hydrated, it won’t have to work so hard to regulate your body temperature, and therefore, reduce sweat.
As much as you may love pouring whole milk all over your cereal in the morning, you may be adding to your sweat problem. Skim milk can get some getting used to after switching from high fat milk, but it will be worth it when you start seeing less sweat under your arms. Not only is low-fat milk good for reducing the amount of sweat you produce, but it’s also good for your figure.
Calcium, like other essential nutrients, keeps the body healthy and can help you sweat less. Calcium acts as a temperature regulator, so the more you eat, the less you will sweat. Here are just a few foods that are rich in calcium: low-fat yogurt, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, almonds, baked beans, and calcium fortified milk.
You’ve heard that eating fruits and vegetables is good for you your whole life. These fresh foods not only are good for you, but they are also good at helping you reduce sweat. Fruits consist of about 80% water, which is great for keeping your body hydrated and they are easier for your body to digest. Grapes, grape juice, and tomato juice are all natural ways to combat sweat, along with any other water-rich fruits and vegetables
Unlike vegetable oils, olive oil works with your digestive system, letting your body use almost no effort to process it. Whenever your body has to work harder at digesting certain foods, you will almost always sweat more. Not only can olive oil help reduce sweat, but it also promotes healthy blood pressure and cholesterol. Olive oil is delicious and can be substituted pretty much anywhere you would normally use vegetable oil.
In order for you body to efficiently carry out important processes such as metabolic functioning and inter-nerve communication, it needs eight essential B vitamins. Together, these B vitamins are known as the B-complex vitamins. If your body doesn’t enough of these B-complex vitamins, it has to work harder, causing you to sweat more. Here are just a few vitamin B rich foods: whole grains (breads, cereals), proteins (fish, eggs, nuts, meat), and vegetables (avocado, sweet potato, carrots, peas).
If you are looking to stop excessive underarm sweating, try eating these healthy foods. If that doesn’t help, try using SweatBlock, guaranteed to solve all your sweating woes.