You’ve probably heard the term ‘adrenal fatigue’ before. It’s used by some health practitioners to describe a syndrome (or group of symptoms) brought on by overworked and fatigued adrenal glands. Although the term has become more widely used in recent years, it’s currently not a medically accepted diagnosis.…
Ketogenic diets do not work well for most menopausal women, especially as it unfortunately removes a lot of vegetables and greens from the diet by default. When you go into ketosis you go into mineral deficit as you excrete them faster than you can replace them, especially sodium, magnesium and potassium.…
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome:
Speed up your healing – dump gluten and increase protein
Lack of essential and bioavailable proteins are a major contributing factor to persistent illness especially in those with gluten sensitivity. Protein is the main ingredient your body uses to build immune antibodies as well as heal inflamed structural tissues and muscles.…
I get asked this almost every day, so I hope this helps someone.
Rosacea is a really nasty skin disorder affecting the curves and features of the centre of the face. It is often called acne rosacea.
It’s generally characterised by one or more of the following:
• Light to heavy facial flushing (erythema) which can be transient or permanent
• Papules and pustules
• Telangiectasia – threadlike red lines or patterns that cross the face
• Rhinophyma – where the nose thickens and becomes bulbous
Women of 30-50 are most often victims of this condition, and find it frustrating and embarrassing to deal with for obvious reasons.…
Do you struggle with any of the following – if so natural progesterone cream may be your answer. This is the cream I recommend.
- Painful period
- Restless sleep/insomnia
- Fluid retention
- Brain fog
- Menopausal symptoms
- Regular migraines/headaches
- Mood swings/irritability/crying
- Weight gain
- Breast tenderness
- Thyroid problems
God created you with the most powerful hormone to resolve almost all of the above – it’s called progesterone. …
You may know by now that magnesium is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes plus it is present in every single cell of the body, and is important for your brain to your heart rhythm, lung function, bone density and much more including regulating blood glucose.…
You’ve heard of PRObiotics – the beneficial bacterial population in our bodies, but what about PREbiotics?
Prebiotics are found in certain foods and are essential for increasing and feeding our healthy beneficial gut flora which go to make up our microbiome – that nine-tenths of who we are – but we simply do not get enough. …
Unless you are new to LCHF you’ve probably been hiding in a cave if you haven’t heard of intermittent fasting (IF). IF is a term used for a set period of time during which you do not eat.…
The Benefits of N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
NAC is one of my personal can’t-do-without supplements and I’ll tell you why. As a chronic asthmatic and sinus sufferer of note my entire life, I decided to use this about 8 years ago to thin the mucous (asthmatics have very thick mucous in the lungs making it difficult to breathe) in my lungs – but my main reason was to thin the mucous in the sinuses as I’d virtually beaten asthma 25 years ago.…
There are incredible health benefits to taking the Amazing Glutamine (or L-Glutamine) powder.
As the most abundant amino acid in your bloodstream making up to 35% of the amino acid nitrogen in your blood, and as a building block of protein your body uses glutamine in large amounts.…