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How can I help my PMS symptoms?

What is PMS?   Most women suffer from some form of pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) at some point in their cycle. But did you know that 8-20% of women seek medical help for these symptoms? You might hear people ask what PMS is or women discussing many different...

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Why is My Child So Tired – Part 2

Why is my child so tired all the time – Part 2 of 2 This is a second part of our series on the topic of why your child is so tired. In Part 1 we discussed  iron deficiency, food sensitivities, and refined sugar intake. Make sure you read Part 1 and don't miss out on...

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Keto for Epilepsy

How we used food as therapy for our daughter What first got me interested in Nutrition was that I really wanted to help people heal themselves and I never knew how much my knowledge would really come in to need for my family. My daughter was diagnosed with a sudden...

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Why is My Child So Tired – Part 1

Why is my child so tired all the time – Part I of II  Have you ever stopped to wonder why your child is rubbing their eyes so often? Complaining of being tired? Lack of energy, crying and not enthusiastic about the day?  Children become tired for a number of reasons....

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Is the Flu Vaccine the Only Option for you this Winter?

Is the Flu Vaccine the only option? With the government promoting the flu vaccine and pharmacies offering it for the price of an entree at a restaurant, is there evidence for using the flu vaccination for flu prevention? And is there similar evidence available for...

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Summer is a wonderful time of year. It's a time for gathering loved ones, creating new memories with family and having fun. To give you a boost of inspiration, we've listed some top summer fun activities for children and you to partake in that aren't only fun, but...

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Are There Toxic Oils in Your Kitchen?

Did you know that oils such as corn, rapeseed (source of canola oil), soybean, cottonseed, safflower seed oils were only introduced into the Western diet in the 1900s? And are these oils ok to use or are they toxic? These oils were originally byproducts of the soap...

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What is your Gut Flora doing while your Baby is Developing?

Did you know your gut composition changes from the time before you fall pregnant, to the third trimester of pregnancy? Your gut flora in the first trimester is similar to that of non-pregnant females. By the third trimester the gut flora becomes dysbiotic. A study by...

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A Test You Need to Know About for Hormonal Health

The Precision Analytical Dutch hormone test has an adrenal component, a sex hormone component, or a combination. Here I’m referring to the adrenal component. This is a test for HPA-D, which stands for hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis dysfunction. In order to get...

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Research shows Chemicals can cause Early Menopause

What is an Endocrine Disrupting Chemical? An endocrine disrupting chemical is a chemical found outside the body that mimics or alters the endocrine (hormone) system and causes health problems in a person, their offspring and even future generations. Endocrine...

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