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    1. How Our Hormones Are Affected by Intermittent Fasting

      How Our Hormones Are Affected by Intermittent Fasting

      Stumbled upon this thought-provoking article from Dr Amy Myers. It's called 5 Benefits of Intermittent Fasting.

      There are some really interesting perspectives here. This one's particularly eye-catching:

      The lower body fat percentages that can result from IF can also support a healthy insulin response. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose in your blood enter your cells where it’s used for energy. Insulin resistance is when your cells don’t respond well to the hormone. Among other reasons, excess belly fat can cause insulin receptors to begin to fail.

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    2. 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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    3. Hidden Dangers of WiFi and Other Wireless Technologies

      Hidden Dangers of WiFi and Other Wireless Technologies

      As the WiFi and other technologies slowly creep into our homes, they carry with them some adverse effects that we might not be aware of yet. This is why it's fortunate that we stumbled upon this entry by Dr Amy Myers called 5 Health Hazards of WiFi, EMFs, & EMR.

      Here is just one of the many things she shared:

      One of the biggest hazards of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is lowered fertility rates. Exposure to EMR is ubiquitous in first-world countries. EMR causes a decrease in sperm count and motility in men along with a lower number of eggs in ...

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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. How to Reduce Stress-Induced Hormone Imbalance

      How to Reduce Stress-Induced Hormone Imbalance

      Dr Amy Myers has some fascinating recommendations in this article called 7 Ways to Squash Stress-Induced Hormone Imbalance.

      It's got some really interesting suggestions. Here are all seven of them:

      1. Eat a Nutrient-Dense Diet
      2. Try Infrared Sauna Therapy
      3. Exercise
      4. Stop Smoking and Limit Alcohol
      5. Prioritize Time for Yourself
      6. Reduce Screen Time
      7. Support Your Body with Supplements

      Click on the link to learn more about each of them in-depth.

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    7. Signs to Look Out for If You Suspect You Have Diabetes

      Signs to Look Out for If You Suspect You Have Diabetes

      Came across this interesting piece from Dr Amy Myers and it really made an impact on us. It’s called 7 Warning Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes.

      It shares some intriguing points about this chronic illness. Here’s one of them:

      Currently, there are 30.3 million people in the US with diabetes. Add in the number of Americans the Centers for Disease Control believes are prediabetic, and the number jumps to more than 100 million people affected in the US alone.

      Because thyroid imbalance can greatly affect this disease, you may want to learn how to prevent it. It ...

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    8. 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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    9. 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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    10. Too Much Estrogen Can be Bad For You

      Too Much Estrogen Can be Bad For You

      Here's a fascinating article from the Dr Amy Myers. It's called 9 Causes of Estrogen Dominance.

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

      Every day we are under constant attack by environmental toxins that lead to the creation of bad estrogen metabolites. Hormone-mimicking xenoestrogens combined with your own diet and lifestyle habits can all contribute to estrogen dominance.

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author’s insights.

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    11. What's the Point of MCT Oil?

      What's the Point of MCT Oil?

      Here's a fascinating article from Dr Amy Myers. It's called What is MCT Oil, and Why Is It Good for My Gut?

      She shares some interesting insights here. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      One of the most important functions of fats in the body is their role in creating hormones. Adipose tissue, otherwise known as the dreaded body fat, is actually vital to hormone production. It contains numerous cells that are able to produce hormones in response to signals from the rest of the organs in the body. Adipose tissue is important in the regulation of glucose, cholesterol ...

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    12. How Hormone Balance Affects Our Vision

      How Hormone Balance Affects Our Vision

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Dr. Amy Myers and thought that we would share it. She titles it Hormone Balance and Your Eyesight.

      In it, she offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Myopia, or nearsightedness, occurs more frequently in girls (7.4%) than boys (5.1%).1 This is believed to be due to the effects of female sex hormones on the eye’s delicate structure. During puberty, the surge in estrogen can affect cornea thickness, leading to permanent changes in the eye.2 During menstruation when estrogen hormone levels elevate, your vision may become ...

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    13. Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Here's a fascinating article from Dr. Amy Myers. It's called The Top 3 Ways Greens Support Healthy Blood Pressure.

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Whether we like them or not, greens including kale, spinach, and broccoli are the undeniable superstars of the food world. Low in calories, yet high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, greens are incredible for your health — including your cardiovascular system. 

      Keep yourself informed by clicking on the link below to access the full article...

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    14. Omega-3s and its Many Benefits

      Omega-3s and its Many Benefits

      We stumbled upon this interesting article from Amy Myers M.D. It's called The Top 10 Health Benefits of Omega-3s.

      In it, she shares some critical points. Here's something that we thought was truly thought-provoking:

      Omega-3s are critical to a healthy thyroid. And that matters because your thyroid gland not only produces the hormones that regulate your metabolism, it also plays an important role in heart health and digestion.

      She has a lot more to say about Omega-3s here so check out the rest of the article to learn all of them...

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    15. Why We Sleep Less As We Age

      Why We Sleep Less As We Age

      Here's an interesting article from Dr. Amy Myers. It's called Why Can't I Sleep Anymore!?

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

      Although not well understood, age-related changes in sleep patterns may be due to declining levels of the “sleep hormone” melatonin as you age.11 Because of these natural changes in circadian rhythm, people over fifty spend less time in deep, restorative stage 3 and REM sleep.

      For more context, give the rest of Dr. Amy Myer's piece a quick read.

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    16. Foods You Should Stay Away From

      Foods You Should Stay Away From

      Have you read this article called 2 Foods You Should Never Eat and Why?

      In it, Dr Amy Myers shares with us some interesting findings. One, in particular, has got our attention pretty tightly:

      People who do produce the lactase enzyme yet still experience dairy sensitivity are reacting to one or both of the proteins found in milk, casein and whey.

      If you want to learn more from Dr Myers, read on for the full text.

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    17. What To Do While You're Undergoing Menopause

      What To Do While You're Undergoing Menopause

      Thought we would share this article by Dr Amy Myers titled 10 Things You MUST Do if You Are Going Through Menopause.

      In it, she shares this interesting insight:

      Of course, menopause doesn’t happen from one day to the next. The months or years leading up to it are known as perimenopause, during which you can experience menstrual changes and irregularities, as well as an array of symptoms. This roller-coaster of symptoms is a sign of declining estrogen and other hormonal fluctuations, and can be tiresome, frustrating, and anxiety-producing.

      For more insights like these, read the full article.

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    18. What Triggers Migraines and How To Prevent Them Naturally

      What Triggers Migraines and How To Prevent Them Naturally

      We found this interesting article by Dr Amy Myers titled 5 Migraine Triggers Plus 3 Tips for Natural Relief.

      Here's a little gem from it:

      When faced with a stressful situation, your body releases cortisol and other fight-or-flight hormones. Your immune system revs up in response, ready to fight off any danger. Our modern lifestyle, full of chronic stressors, creates an inflammatory state that never lets your immune system cool down after the perceived threat has passed. 

      To learn more, click on the link below for the full article.

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    19. How To Avoid Die-Off Caused By Your New Healthy Diet

      How To Avoid Die-Off Caused By Your New Healthy Diet

      Have you read this article from Dr Amy Myers called What Is Die-Off And How to Avoid It

      In it, she shares this great tip:

      If die-off is an indication that you are clearing your body from bacteria and yeast your body doesn’t need, why would you want to avoid it? Aside from feeling miserable, die-off is a toxic state. The longer your body remains in this toxic state, the more likely you are to reabsorb the toxins being released by the dying microorganisms.

      Read the full article from Dr Myers to gain more insight.

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    20. Why You Shouldn't Treat Candida With Fermented Foods

      Why You Shouldn't Treat Candida With Fermented Foods

      We came across this article titled Why You Should Ditch Fermented Foods if You Have Candida. It makes some interesting points so we thought that we would share it.

      One point, in particular, we found interesting was:

      All of the prebiotics produced during the fermentation process feed not only the “good” bacteria, they also feed bad bacteria and yeast, meaning fermented foods themselves may be high in bad bacteria and yeast.

      Read the whole article from Dr Amy Myers to find out more.

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    21. How to Recover from Holiday Stress With These Simple Steps

      How to Recover from Holiday Stress With These Simple Steps

      Holidays are times of reconnecting with friends and family over some traditional favourites. Although that doesn't mean it's a stress-free holiday.

      Whether it's the hassle of holiday traffic, or the stress of preparing the meals, holidays can also be a terrifically fatiguing endeavour. "You may even be setting yourself up for more serious issues down the road, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, adrenal fatigue, hormonal and mood imbalances, thyroid problems, and autoimmune conditions," reads this article from Dr. Amy Myers.

      We at Thyroid Health Magazine can definitely recommend this article to you as it contains some fool-proof ...

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    22. Regular Everyday Foods That Fight Autoimmune Disease

      Regular Everyday Foods That Fight Autoimmune Disease

      Your diet weighs in a lot on the development of chronic illnesses. This is also true if you flip the script. This article from Dr. Amy Myers, shares with us a couple of ways how you can find a healing diet that has the potential to give relief to lupus, arthritis, Hashimoto's, and other autoimmune conditions.

      "I have found in working with thousands of autoimmune patients that ensuring optimal nutrition is the #1 way to reverse chronic conditions and find relief from your symptoms," she writes. She lists down 6 incredible foods that can help you fight these diseases ...

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    23. Natural Cold & Flu Prevention Tips That Won't Put Your Thyroid Health At Risk

      Natural Cold & Flu Prevention Tips That Won't Put Your Thyroid Health At Risk

      We've become a society that has a chemical answer to every illness. But, it's pretty obvious that those things have terrible side-effects. This post from Dr. Amy Myers shares with us tips on how to avoid modern medicine in dealing with one of the easiest illnesses to contract - colds and flu.

      "Ensuring a strong foundation of health and following simple best practices will go a long way in decreasing your risk of getting the flu," she writes. With her easy-to-follow methods, we can definitely keep ourselves flu-free this winter. It's an incredibly easy list of things to ...

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    24. Eating for Brain Health

      Eating for Brain Health

      We often hear about eating right but that's mostly when we're losing weight and preventing diseases. But, did you know that your brain health can suffer from poor eating habits too? The reverse is true as well because there's a type of food that could help improve your brain functions as well.

      "Taking care of your brain health is more important than ever. There are more than 9.9 million new cases of dementia each year worldwide, and this figure is projected to increase to 131.5 million by 2050," writes Dr. Amy Myers in this post ...

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