DO YOU KNOW YOUR FASTING INSULIN LEVEL? Before you jump and say ‘yes’! Of course I do! You might want to double check, as about 90% of the people who come to see me have no idea what their insulin levels are. And that’s because most doctors, unfortunately, don’t test it. Fasting insulin is way more […]
One of my clients sent me the link to the recent study published in the BMJ (British Medical Journal) on the correlation between menopausal hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and dementia. (BTW-I love when you ladies and gents send me things like this. It keeps me on my toes and shows me that you’re paying attention
The missing test for thyroid symptoms and it’s right at our fingertips. What Ferritin levels mean.
Do you have period or hormone problems? And are you bloated, constipated, and/or experience diarrhea-aka IBS and SIBO? 👇🏼 The most common thing I see in my clients who have hormone imbalances and even hormone driven cancers are GUT ISSUES! Why? Well, the gut is where most of the estrogens we don’t need or want anymore are dumped
Before I launch into today’s post, I’d like to give a shout-out to any males who are reading this. While what you’ll be reading doesn’t exactly pertain to you, I’m guessing that most of you either have a wife, daughter, female friend or family member who could benefit from this information. So I hope you’ll continue reading and maybe pass
You probably know this already, there’s no magic bullet to weight loss. That’s why every year, more diet books hit the shelves, and are frantically read by millions of people, desperate for answers. The U.S. weight loss market was estimated to be north of $72 billion.
We live in an environment surrounded by food, and our brains are constantly being prodded to eat. It’s essential to set up new patterns, so that things that usually trigger us to overeat, no longer have that power.
This is a sequel to my previous post talking about stubborn peri-menopausal and menopausal bulge, where I outline how the bulge can be attributed to hormones-not only sex hormones but insulin as well. Click here to view that post. In this post we’ll take a deeper dive into how to identify insulin resistance and
So what’s up with the peri-menopausal and menopausal bulge? It seems to appear overnight and is SUPER hard to get rid of. Read on to find out the scoop on this unwelcome guest. There’s a strong hormonal component to abdominal weight gain. And in most people, that hormone is insulin which is a FAT storing
Underlying causes of insulin resistance.
Toxins are an underlying cause of diabetes, hormone disorders, heart and thyroid disease, cancer, infertility, and mood and learning disorders. In other words, they play a BIG role in our health and quality of life.