If gaining weight has been a side effect of quarantine, you are far from alone! Reverse the trend and emerge lighter, happier, and ready to take on whatever life brings with a stronger immune system to boot.
By this time, we’re all absorbing the reality that our time of social distancing does not have a determined end date. But one thing is certain – there IS an end to this. Now, more than ever, putting a focus on mental a physical health is a top priority.
Building a strong immune system is the best defense against infectious illness and disease. Learn how to support your body’s own natural ability to defend itself against pathogens, like the coronavirus.
Endometriosis is one of the most common health issues experienced among women and one of the leading causes of infertility. Endometriosis is an estrogen-dependent disease, meaning it thrives off estrogen. Endometriosis has been linked to estrogen dominance, a condition where estrogen levels are out of balance with progesterone.
Every aspect of the metabolism is regulated by hormones. So, when it comes to weight, if your hormones are out of balance, losing weight will be a struggle even when following the popular Ketogenic (Keto) diet.
Between the baking, the shopping, gift wrapping, holiday parties, dealing with extended family, and more, it’s easy to feel stressed out during the holidays. Stress plays a huge role in overall hormone health and can be one of the reasons why losing weight is a struggle.
The all-natural, non-medical alternative to synthetic and traditional bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Why natural hormone balancing is a safe, more effective solution to addressing menopausal symptoms.
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is one of the most common reproductive health issues, affecting roughly 5 million women in the U.S. alone. Unfortunately, PCOS seems to be often misunderstood by the general medical community. This article explains why natural hormone balancing is the key to helping women with PCOS without the use of medical treatment.
The heart is an amazing muscle continually working on getting blood to every part of the body. Just like an engine makes a car run, the heart keeps your body running. This steady flow carries with it oxygen, fuel, hormones, and a host of essential cells. It also flushes away the waste products of metabolism.…
You are not destined to feel uncomfortable and miserable! We’ve all been there. It’s that time of the month and our bodies (and brains) seem to go haywire. We have breast tenderness, we feel puffy and bloated, we experience terrible cramps, and on top of it, we don’t know if we want to cry or…