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How to Reverse Estrogen Dominance
Estrogen dominance is an extremely common condition in women over 35. Men can suffer from estrogen dominance too, with symptoms like sexual dysfunction, breast enlargement, and infertility. And it often occurs with adrenal fatigue. Find out what causes it, and 10 steps for getting your hormone balance back.
The Truth of Starchy Vegetables: Are They Good or Bad?
Dietitians are now arguing that starchy vegetables, like potatoes and corn (a grain many consider to be a vegetable), are in fact, good for you. They contain high levels of potassium and are a great source of the good-type of carbohydrates that your body needs to convert food into energy.
The Link between Sleep Deficit and Adrenal Fatigue
In this hurry-up world, where more and more people are striving to get ahead by getting more done in less and less time, sleep is nearly a rare commodity. In fact, some people view the hours spent in sleep to be wasted hours. However, sleeping less and suffering from sleep deficit may lead to significant health problems. There is also current evidence that not sleeping may increase the speed with which people age.
Genetics and Nutrition: A 2-Way Street
Your genetics can play a major role in how your body responds to nutrients - tending to put on weight easily, for example, or tending to be deficient in certain vitamins and minerals. But new research shows that your diet, life, and experiences can also change your DNA and alter how your body processes food.
Oxalate Sensitivity and AFS
It’s crucial that you keep in mind that your body and health are unique; what works for you may not be the most appropriate choice for the health of others. With that being said, you should be aware of how your body individually responds to oxalate, and how it could impact your Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) if you have come to develop it.
Benefits of a Tai Chi Workout for Aging and Stress Resiliency
There are many benefits of a regular tai chi workout, a traditional martial art from China. It helps control pain and improve balance. It is of special importance to the elderly who are more susceptible to bones breaking and need a gentle exercise that helps avoid falls. It has long been confirmed to benefit those with fibromyalgia and those who have mild or moderate Parkinson’s. Additionally, it is beneficial to blood pressure and improves aerobic capacity.
Best Foods to Snack On: How to Heal Adrenal Fatigue
Sugar cravings are extraordinarily difficult to beat. It is too easy to grab that donut, and eat it on the go – instead of preparing a healthy snack. Sugary temptations hang over our shoulder like a little devil, making the decision to not reach for that candy bar a battle in the long war of resisting junk food.
Serotonin-Boosting Foods To Improve Your Mood
Serotonin is a chemical messenger or a neurotransmitter. It's commonly referred to as a ‘feel-good’ hormone, is involved in many different body processes. Serotonin is made from the essential amino acid tryptophan that's commonly found in certain foods. So let's discover how you can help regulate your serotonin levels by consuming serotonin-boosting foods.
The Hormone Link In Cancer Prevention
Breast cancer, like many other cancers, is a complex condition. Many different risk factors need to combine and switch on. But there is a hormone that acts as a common thread between many of them, and knowing it can help you stay one step ahead of your cancer risk. Here's how.
Endometriosis: Could Surgery Help?
Endometriosis doesn't have a cure, but there are several ways of reducing the symptoms, including surgery. However, the different types of surgery can have wide-ranging effects on your hormones, reproductive organs, and ability to become pregnant. You owe it to yourself to know the different types of surgery available and the associated benefits and risks.
The Surprising Link Between Dairy and Diabetes - Should You Still Drink Milk?
This link between dairy and diabetes could be the result of the gut inflammation that seems to come with the ingestion of A1, and since most people eat dairy on a regular basis, this inflammation becomes chronic and leads to leaky gut syndrome.
Awareness of Hypersensitivity Symptoms: When the Body Attacks Itself
When the immune system in your body reacts to certain things in the environment such as you having an allergy to pollen, it causes an unwanted reaction. The hypersensitivity symptoms reactions that are felt in the body can be quite uncomfortable, they can cause damage to your body, and sometimes can even be fatal.
Is Biotin Actually Good For Your Hair, Skin, and Nails?
Biotin is most famous as a vitamin for hair growth, although it’s purported to also help with skin and nails as well. That’s why it is usually one of the main ingredients in hair, skin, and nail supplements and products.But should everyone take it? Do you even need it at all? Can it be harmful if overdone? And, are there any other health benefits of biotin?
Being Grateful and Advanced Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
When fatigue knocks on your doorstep because of excessive physical or emotional stress, don't overlook being grateful. Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) is seldom on the list of possible causes for being grateful. In fact, fatigue is simply brushed off as insignificant. Being tired can even be considered normal living in the high stress of the modern world; it is nothing that more rest cannot fix.
Microplastic: Exploring Its Impact On Your Health
The modern world has lots of benefits and conveniences. It’s now easier than ever to perform household tasks and store food or household chemicals. However, all these conveniences have their downside, and the most obvious is the overuse of plastic. Plastic is a serious environmental threat, but it turns out that it may be just as big a threat to humans.