1. Articles in category: Happy Hormones

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    1. Gliadin Allergy and It's Eerie Similarity With Celiac Disease

      Gliadin Allergy and It's Eerie Similarity With Celiac Disease

      Here's a really interesting piece from Mind Body Green. It's called Sensitive To Gluten? You May Actually Have This Similar Allergy and we thought that it would be worth the share.

      In it, dietitian and nutritionist Isabel Smith shares some fascinating findings. Here's a short excerpt:

      Though gliadin allergies don't affect all of us, if you are someone who is sensitive to gluten—and you've been checked for celiac and the blood test is negative—you may have a gliadin allergy.

      Learn more about this at the link below...

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    2. Hormones Are More in Control Your Body Than You Ever Thought

      Hormones Are More in Control Your Body Than You Ever Thought

      This is a fascinating piece from Dr Sara Gottfried. It's called How Hormones Disrupt Your Health and Weight.

      She shares some thought-provoking perspectives here. Here's one of them:

      Hormones dictate what your body does with food, and the impact is stronger than calories alone. I used to be obsessed with calories, but they are only part of the equation when it comes to nutrition and weight loss. Approximately 99% of weight gain is hormonal—indeed, resetting your hormones is often the missing ingredient for successful weight loss.

       This 2016 piece has a lot more surprising things about hormones ...

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    3. Protecting Yourself From WiFi, EMFs, & Emr That Ruin Hormone Balance

      Protecting Yourself From WiFi, EMFs, & Emr That Ruin Hormone Balance

      This interesting article from Dr Amy Myers makes some really interesting suggestions. It's called 7 Tips to Protect Yourself from WiFi, EMFs, & Emr.

      Here's a thought-provoking one:

      Plug electronic devices into a power strip with a timer. This makes it easy to have devices on when you need them and off when you don’t.

       Learn the rest by reading the full article at the link below...

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    4. Are You In Need of a Dopamine Fast?

      Are You In Need of a Dopamine Fast?

      This one from Mind Body Green is really interesting. It's called Dopamine Fasting Is The Latest Tech Trend You Might Already Be Doing.

      It makes some interesting points. Here's one of them:

      The proposed scientific rationale for dopamine fasting, typically given by people who dopamine fast, often goes something like this: Frequent release of dopamine via pleasurable activities ups your baseline for dopamine—in other words, it overloads your brain's dopamine receptors, causing your brain to reduce the number of receptors, and thus makes you less sensitive to dopamine. 

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    5. Vitamin D as Cancer and Cardiovascular Illness Treatment

      Vitamin D as Cancer and Cardiovascular Illness Treatment

      This article from Dr Mercola piqued our interest. It's called Does Vitamin D Supplementation Prevent Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease? 

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking: 

      In the case of heart disease, vitamin D plays a vital role in protecting and repairing damage to your endothelium. It also helps trigger production of nitric oxide — which improves blood flow and prevents blood clot formation — and significantly reduces oxidative stress in your vascular system, all of which are important to help prevent the development and/or progression of cardiovascular disease.

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    6. The Precision Treatment Needed for Menopause, HRT, and Hormone Balance

      The Precision Treatment Needed for Menopause, HRT, and Hormone Balance

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the South China Morning Post. It’s titled Menopause, hormones and HRT: everything you need to know, and why most women should have the therapy. 

      It offers some really interesting stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy: 

      Aside from alleviating the uncomfortable and distressing symptoms of menopause and protecting skeletal strength, hormone therapy, in the right patients, at the right doses during the right window, may deliver other advantages.

      To find out more about these perspectiveslook into the rest of this insightful piece. 

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    7. Managing Holiday Stress Amidst Menopause

      Managing Holiday Stress Amidst Menopause

      Here's a fascinating piece from Mother Distracted. It's called How to Survive Christmas With The Menopause.

      It makes some interesting suggestions. Here's one that we thought was interesting:

      If you do find yourself getting hot and flustered whilst out and about, try a cooling face mist with rosewater to soothe and refresh the skin, and help you to cool down.

      Here are some tried-and-tested tips from Linda Hobbis of the Mother Distracted blog that can help you minimize stress and maximize the holiday spirit. Click on to find out more!

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    8. Hormones and Your Hair

      Hormones and Your Hair

      Losing your hair? This Mind Body Green article talks about it.

      It offers some interesting ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Ever heard of dihydrotestosterone? This hormone (DHT for short) is a byproduct of testosterone that causes hair follicles to shrink, and it's the primary hormone responsible for hair loss in both men and women. Having high levels in the scalp or a sensitivity to it can cause a form of hair loss called androgenetic alopecia, or male or female pattern baldness (though for women, it's more like hair thinning than a receding hairline ...

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    9. Hormones Balance May Have Links to Alzheimer's

      Hormones Balance May Have Links to Alzheimer's

      We found this article on Dr Sara Gottfried's blog. It was published in 2018 but it's just as intriguing now as it was then. It's called Women, Perimenopause, and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Call to Action.

      It makes some interesting points. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      When your hormones go down in your forties, your risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease go up. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for half of the cases.

      Take a look at the rest of this piece to learn more about it...

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    10. You Are Five Times More Likely To Get PCOS If Your Mother Had It

      You Are Five Times More Likely To Get PCOS If Your Mother Had It

      Mind Body Green shares some interesting nuggets here. It's called You Are Five Times More Likely To Get PCOS If Your Mother Had It.

      It's got some interesting perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      The study, published in Nature Medicine, found women with PCOS have higher levels of the androgen hormone while pregnant, increasing the likelihood for their daughters to develop PCOS later in life.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.

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    11. Why Eating Late Isn't Something You Want to Do

      Why Eating Late Isn't Something You Want to Do

      Found this fascinating article from Mind Body Green and it really caught our attention. It’s called The Heart-Healthy Reason Why Women Shouldn't Eat Late at Night.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Lifestyle approaches to prevent heart disease have focused on what we eat and how much we eat. These preliminary results indicate that intentional eating that is mindful of the timing and proportion of calories in evening meals may represent a simple, modifiable behavior that can help lower heart disease risk.

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    12. Getting Your Loved Ones to Eat Clean When They Come Around for the Holidays

      Getting Your Loved Ones to Eat Clean When They Come Around for the Holidays

      Came across this interesting piece from Clean Food Crush and thought that we would share it. It's by Rachel Maser and she calls it How to Talk to Your Family about Clean Eating this Holiday Season!

      In it, she raises some really interesting points. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      So you’ve begun to Eat Clean and you’re having all of these revelations about processed foods, and how TOXIC most of them are. Sugar is the devil (duh!) and you want to shout it from the roof-tops because EVERYONE needs to know what they’re doing wrong.

      Of ...

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    13. Hormone Reset Tips from Dr Sara Gottfried

      Hormone Reset Tips from Dr Sara Gottfried

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Dr Sara Gottfried and thought that it was interesting. It's called Dr Sara’s Top 10 Tips to Reset Your Hormones Naturally.

      It's a 2015 article but we thought it still offers a boatload of relevant advice. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      I love lipstick but it was making me sick. I recently checked my heavy metals and was stunned to learn that my lead level was high, most likely from my lipstick. Did you know that the average woman eats 10 pounds of lipstick in her lifetime? Make sure you don ...

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    14. Why Protein is Important in Balancing Your Hormones

      Why Protein is Important in Balancing Your Hormones

      Discovered this interesting piece by Dr Amy Myers and it really piqued our curiosity. It’s called 6 Ways Protein Benefits Your Body... And Your Weight.

      In it, she shares some really interesting perspectives. Here’s one of them:

      Amino acids are the building blocks of all proteins.They enable the synthesis of hormones and neurotransmitters. There are 20 amino acids, and your body requires all of them for optimal health. 

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

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    15. How Fiber Can Affect Our Hormone Balance

      How Fiber Can Affect Our Hormone Balance

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Hormones Balance. It’s called How Fiber Impacts the Body.

      In it, Magdalena Wszelaki shares some interesting ideas. Here’s one that we thought was insightful:

      Some of the diseases and disorders associated with a low fiber diet include metabolic syndrome (with associated PCOS), type 2 diabetes, weight gain/obesity, estrogen dominance, breast cancer, liver disease, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) like Crohn’s and Colitis, and more. According to Hippocrates, “All disease begins in the gut.” Improving our fiber intake can help improve our digestion and lower our risk for disease ...

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    16. Beneficial Effects of Probiotics for Women

      Beneficial Effects of Probiotics for Women

      Came across this write-up from Dr Amy Myers and thought that it was interesting enough to share here. It's called The Top 6 Probiotic Benefits for Women.

      In it, she shares some insightful perspectives. This one's particularly thought-provoking: 

      Probiotics can have an impact on your weight. Not only do they play a major role in digestion, they also promote the production of short-chain fatty acids that impact metabolism and energy production.30 They may also play a part in inhibiting the absorption of the fats you eat, and help release satiety hormones that signal you to stop eating ...

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    17. Epigenetics and Antidepressants

      Epigenetics and Antidepressants

      Here's a compelling article from Kelly Brogan's blog site. It's called Epigenetic Considerations Around Antidepressant Exposure.

      In it, she shares some fascinating insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      ...scientists found that the cortisol response to an acute stressor, the response to intraperitoneal injections of adrenocorticotropic hormone, and exploratory behavior were reduced by fluoxetine – not only in the first generation but in each of the subsequent generations up until the third generation (which was the last one they tested).

      Have a look at the complete article for more of her opinions on the matter.

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    18. Avoid Menstrual Problems With These Simple Tips

      Avoid Menstrual Problems With These Simple Tips

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from The Doctor's Kitchen. It's called Tips for Menstrual Problems and it was written in 2016. Nevertheless, it's still as interesting today as it was back then.

      It shares some fascinating insights. Here's one of them:

      Before I start talking about food to increase the intake of, we need to address the problem of processed foods right at the start. The compounds created as a result of high sugar diets affect a multitude of pathways involved in common menstrual problems. Plus there are so many other benefits of removing sugar from ...

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    19. What Drinking Cold Water Can Do for Your Hormone Balance

      What Drinking Cold Water Can Do for Your Hormone Balance

      This article from Imperfectly Natural piqued my interest. Janey Lee Grace, the author, calls it 7 Possible Benefits of Drinking Cold Water in the Morning.

      It offers us some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      While you are asleep, your body usually replenishes the energy, repairs itself, and balances the hormones in the body. This usually results in toxins and other waste materials being released. If you drink some water in the morning, you will clear your body of these waste materials, feel great, and be able to absorb more nutrients during breakfast.

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    20. Why Avoiding Too Much Stress is Key to Keeping Good Hormone Balance

      Why Avoiding Too Much Stress is Key to Keeping Good Hormone Balance

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article by Dr Amy Myers. It’s called The Stress-Hormone Connection.

      It shares some really interesting ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      No one can avoid stress completely, so learning to relieve it is a key part of improving your overall health and in keeping your hormones in balance. Any activity that you find relaxing will help you combat stress. If you can get outdoors to do it, that’s even better because being in nature has added stress-relief benefits. In fact, even just the sounds of nature can make ...

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    21. What You Have To Know About Bone Broth

      What You Have To Know About Bone Broth

      Found this interesting piece from Hemsley and Hemsley and it really piqued our interest. It’s called H+H on Bone Broth - Boil Your Bones!

      It shares some interesting ideas. Here’s one of them:

      With bone broth, high quality, naturally reared/organic bones are key. Get these from a good butcher to ensure they are free from synthetic hormones, pesticides and genetically modified feeds. It’s all about provenance – a healthy animal is key for the nutrients that it can provide you. 

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

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    22. Eating Your Way to Happiness

      Eating Your Way to Happiness

      Here's an insightful article from Forbes. It's called Healthy Food Makes You Happy.

      In it, Frances Bridges shares some interesting perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Whole (unprocessed) diets higher in plant foods, healthy forms of protein and fats are consistently associated with better mental health outcomes. These diets are also high in fiber, which is essential for gut microbiota. We’re increasingly understanding that the gut is really the driver of health, including mental health, so keeping fiber intake high through the consumption of plant foods is very important.

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    23. Natural Brain Fog Remedies

      Natural Brain Fog Remedies

      Found this fascinating article by Dr Anna Cabeca that really piqued my curiosity. It's titled 5 Natural Ways To Overcome Menopause Brain Fog.

      It raises some interesting points. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Plus, putting chemicals in your system — which is already going through changes of its own because of menopause — will only wreak more havoc in the long run. The only sustainable way to overcome an overwhelmed mind and body is to do it naturally, and yes, slowly.

      Check out the rest of this article from the website linked below…

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    24. Differentiating Between Candida Overgrowth or SIBO

      Differentiating Between Candida Overgrowth or SIBO

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Dr Amy Myers. It’s titled How Do I Know It's Candida Overgrowth? 

      It offers some interesting pointers. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy: 

      Candida cells are also able to penetrate the single-cell layer of the intestinal lining of your gut quite easily, because it can change shapes. Under specific conditions, the normally rounded cell switches to a hyphal, or elongated, sticklike structure. The Candida cell in this shape can pierce holes in your gut wall, allowing food particles and toxins to pass through.

      To find out ...

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