Seven Signs Your Hormones Are Out of Balance

September 28th, 2020

Let’s face it…you probably felt pretty good during your twenties and early thirties. There’s a simple explanation for this. The hormones that control most of your body’s vital functions are at their peak during this part of your life. But at some point after age thirty, most men and women experience a slow (or not […]

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Hormone Testing…Which Way is Best?

September 21st, 2020

Hormone testing is a key part of effective hormone replacement therapy. Not just to diagnose hormone imbalances…but also to monitor the results of your hormone replacement therapy and ensure hormones remain within optimal ranges. Hormone levels can be tested in one of four different ways. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages: Blood serum test […]

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DIM: Because Broccoli Isn’t Enough

September 15th, 2020

“Eat your broccoli!” Your parents probably said that to you more than once when you were young…usually followed by “or no dessert!” You’ve probably said it to your kids, too. (We all become our parents at some point. It’s okay.) As it happens, there’s actually some solid science to support eating broccoli. Not to mention […]

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Support Your Brain…and Body…with PS

September 8th, 2020

As you get older, you could notice your brain slowing down. You might have more trouble remembering things. Or your mind might not seem as sharp as it once was. Just another unavoidable result of aging? Not necessarily. In fact, to a degree these cognitive changes can be related to a simple compound present in […]

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Eight Things All Women…and Men…Need to Know About Pelvic Floor Health

September 8th, 2020

If you’re like most people, when you hear the term “pelvic floor” you probably think “pelvic what?” The pelvic floor is actually an important part of your body. Furthermore, pelvic floor health is worthy of your attention…especially as you get older. Here are eight things you should know about your pelvic floor: What is the […]

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SAMe: A Lesser Known, But Very Important Supplement

August 12th, 2020

SAMe may be one of the most important compounds your body produces. And yet, if you’re like most people, you’ve probably never heard of it. Known in the scientific community as S-adenosyl-L-methionine, SAMe is produced in your liver from the amino acid methionine. There are no natural dietary sources for SAMe. If your liver doesn’t […]

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Preventative Maintenance for Your Health

August 6th, 2020

When you own something valuable, it makes sense to take good care of it…so it will perform better for longer. Think of your car. You change the oil regularly, get the brakes checked, keep the engine tuned up, and you replace worn tires. Why? Because when you take care of your car, it works better […]

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Keep Your Sex Drive Alive

July 29th, 2020

As people age, hormones decline. And as hormones decline, the human body tends to slow down. Energy levels diminish…muscle mass decreases…even the amount of sleep you get at night suffers. All of these changes and more can begin as early as your thirties. Something else slows down, too. Your sex drive. No one likes to […]

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Methyl-what? (And Why It’s Important)

July 24th, 2020

This week we’re looking at a vital process within the human body that doesn’t get much attention. This process is critical to your physical and mental health, and many functions in your body depend on it, ranging from your nervous, cardiovascular and immune systems to heavy-metal detoxification and proper hormone balance. It even affects how […]

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Stay Hydrated for Your Health

July 20th, 2020

Sixty percent of your body weight is made up of water. To put it another way…if you weigh 150 pounds, then 90 pounds of that is “water weight”. That being the case, it should come as no surprise that health experts universally consider proper hydration crucial to good health. Why You Need Water Cardiovascular health […]

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