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Counting calories, avoiding fats, eating small portions, living with hunger—dieting is a drag and the majority of people eventually gain back the pounds they fought so hard to lose. Diet is limiting and restrictive. Consider nutrition. The word ‘nutrition’ comes from Latin,...Read More
Feel tired all the time? Having a hard time waking up in the mornings? Do you need a jolt of caffeine to get going? You may be experiencing “adrenal fatigue”, an issue where your body has difficulty meeting the demands of everyday stress, or life. Signs and symptoms of “adrenal...Read More
Modern life delivers constant assaults on our bodies in the way of industrialized and processed foods, environmental toxins, chronic stress, lack of sleep, and even electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) from cell phones, computers, and power plants. These and many other assaults...Read More
Breakfast is the easiest meal to skip—mornings are rushed and many people don’t have an appetite when they wake up. Some people even feel nausea in the morning, which suggests a possible blood sugar dysregulation. If you skip breakfast you may be sabotaging your weight loss...Read More
If you want to ensure success in managing your Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, facilitating weight loss, or supporting your fertility keeping a food diary is one of the best paths to success. Oh, yea, and no matter what you choose to do, ‘Stay Away from Gluten‘!...Read More
Your hormones make deep, meaningful music on a daily basis, each one playing over the other. Together, every 24 hours they cover a number of functions including your metabolism, temperature regulation, growth, cellular repair and regeneration, reproductive system control, sleep, mood, energy and appetite, to name a few.
Many years of emotional stress, lack of sleep, overwork, improper diet and lifestyle, and chronic health issues all play a major role in disharmonies related to fertility. Our functional fertility diagnostics and testing, can help further identify the underlying causes in women (or, men) with an established diagnosis or with unexplained fertility issues.