Sweating requires a process for regulating the temperature of our body and ejection of unnecessary substances through the skin. Our body regulates sweating through the sweat glands. There are millions of sweat glands in our body, but the greatest concentration is on the forehead, bosom and palms.
What do you need to include in the diet?
Foods rich in calcium
Replace the red meat with fish, such as salmon or sardine, which contains a large amount of calcium. Yogurt is also a good source of calcium, which acts as a temperature regulator. Orange, broccoli and dairy products have a similar effect.
Food rich in fiber
Foods rich in magnesium
When your body hardly digests food, it causes excessive sweating. Olive oil is easy to digest and abounds with antioxidants. Avoid sunflower oil, because some of its ingredients become harmful to the high temperature, which the body further expels as toxins through the skin pores.