Chronic fatigue syndrome is a frustrating condition that is difficult to diagnose. If you suffer from unexplained fatigue and other related symptoms, one underlying health concern could be to blame.
Posted on May 07, 2014
Posted on January 29, 2014
Healthy breasts have irregularities, but fibrous breast tissue is a greater concern. There are 3 important steps you can take to correct an imbalance and improve breast health.
Posted on January 15, 2014
One active ingredient in antimicrobial products is easily absorbed into the skin. Once absorbed by the body, it can interfere with hormones, affect male fertility, and increase the risk of breast cancer.
Posted on October 16, 2013
If stress has become chronic, you may be suffering from adrenal fatigue. Burning the candle at both ends could cause symptoms like weight gain, poor digestion, daytime exhaustion, mood changes, difficulty sleeping, and even premature aging.
Posted on October 23, 2012
Most of us have been guilty of extreme dieting at one time or another. Undereating and following strict diets like a vegan or low carb diet can throw thyroid hormones out of balance to cause fatigue, anemia, infertility, and much more.
Posted on September 05, 2012
Reading your lab work from a functional perspective will allow you to view your body as a complete system. This functional approach makes it easier to prevent and treat disease instead of just managing symptoms.
Posted on March 20, 2012
If you’ve seen success on a low carb diet but are feeling fatigued and experiencing unexplainable weight gain, your diet could be to blame. Drastically cutting carbohydrates from your diet could affect your thyroid hormones and push your body into hibernation mode.
Posted on January 31, 2012
You could be making two big mistakes when treating your thyroid without even realizing it! Find out the truth about the best way to treat a thyroid disorder and boost your immunity at the same time.
Posted on November 01, 2011
There are five major deal breakers in the body that can inhibit its healing and contribute to inflammation and autoimmune attack.