Testosterone, estrogen and cortisol all play an important part in Men’s Health. … More Men’s Hormone Health
Most women know the obvious breast cancer risk factors; things like family history, smoking status, and pregnancy & breastfeeding history. But few have heard about estrogen metabolism, and how this can increase or decrease breast cancer risk. This is measurable in every woman’s urine… … More Breast Cancer Risk & Estrogen Metabolism – What You Need To Know
Around 500 biochemical reactions take place in ONE liver cell. And there are around 240 billion cells in your liver.. … More Your Liver Is Possibly Your Most Important Organ (And Also My Favourite)
A woman’s menstrual cycle, aka period, flow, or time of the month, is a window into her overall functioning & balance… … More Your Period – What’s Normal?
I’d like to share a success story with you… … More Hot Flashes: A Success Story
In my experience, 95% of all prescription drugs, including hormonal contraceptives (oral contraceptives/the pill, patches, IUDs, injections, etc.) cause nutrient deficiencies in the body. This is because of the additional actions that the drug has on the body in addition to the intended action of preventing pregnancy – it may block the absorption, and/or use more of these nutrients for its detoxification/breakdown… … More Nutrient Depletions Caused By the Pill