14

Jun

Woman in a chair holding her baby in one arm and her head with her other hand.

Postpartum Depression and Weight Gain- What Really Causes This Internally and 3 Ways to Help

Obesity is emerging as a significant problem globally, and more so among women. In women, apart from causing metabolic disorders, it is also associated with a greater risk of mood disorders, hormonal changes, fertility-related issues, reduced libido, and more. These risks are apa...

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06

Jun

Man sitting down with face in hands.

Neurotransmitters - What Are They, How Are They Tested, and Why It May Be Causing Your Anxiety or Mood Swings

The role of neurotransmitters in the human body is quite challenging to understand, and science is still studying them. Science knows many neurotransmitters, but perhaps there are more waiting to be discovered. These are chemicals that nerve cells use to communicate. They use it...

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01

Jun

Woman smiling and holding a small child.

The Link Between Hormones and Infertility - What Your Doctor May Be Missing

For women, monthly ups and downs in a hormone level are normal. Each month their body prepares for ovulation and releases an egg. A woman’s body releases just a few hundred eggs during their lifetime. Every month, there are just a few days when women can conceive a child. A...

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24

May

Woman smiling and talking to another woman.

5 Common Mistakes to Losing Weight and How to Fix Them

Obesity is the underlying cause of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, increased cancer risk, and much more. Even traditional healers knew that some diseases have a higher association with obesity. However, in 2013, the American Medical Association (AMA) went a step ahead and became...

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17

May

Elderly woman and man happily hugging on couch.

Peptide Therapy - What Is It, and How It May Help You Reach Your Goals

Simply put, a peptide is just a chain of amino acids. Like words in a dictionary, the human body can produce millions of proteins by combining 20-22 amino acids. Thus, the body can use amino acids to build proteins, hormones, messenger molecules, and more. Thousands of peptides n...

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10

May

Weight Loss and Staying Hydrated - How It Plays a Part in Your Journey

Could a simple measure of drinking a little more water promote weight loss? Well, science says yes, it is possible. So staying hydrated could be one of the effective ways of improving your weight loss efforts. There are many reasons for weight gain like high-calorie intake, seden...

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28

Mar

Food Intolerances

Food intolerance is about difficulty digesting a food item, resulting in unpleasant feelings or physical reactions. It may cause symptoms like bloating, abdominal pain, spastic pains for a few hours after food consumption. It is thought that about 10-20% of the population suffers...

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06

Apr

How Food Affects Your Hormones

There are many ways in which the human body controls the functioning of various organs and tissues. One such method is by using hormones. There are hundreds of hormones in the human body. They help body cells communicate, control metabolism, boost regenerative processes, and othe...

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13

Apr

Easter eggs and various healthy foods.

Paleo Easter Menu Ideas

STARTERS Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Cashew Cheese  https://paleoflourish.com/paleo-bacon-wrapped-dates-stuffed-cashew-cheese-recipe Deviled Egg with Bacon https://cookeatpaleo.com/deviled-eggs-bacon-chives/ VEGGIE DISHES Shrimp and Arugula Salad https://cooke...

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28

Mar

Food and Headaches

More than 90% of people would experience headaches during their lifetime. However, about half of the people are prone to frequent headaches. That is a considerable number of people. Fortunately, 98% of all headaches are benign and readily managed. Headaches are the cause of conce...

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