Posts tagged hormone
Is My Poop Normal?

There’s so much information to be gained about your health from paying attention to your poo! This topic may be uncomfortable, but it’s so important for you to know what makes a healthy “poop” because it can tell you a lot about your digestion. And if your digestion is off, this could be an indication that something else is going on that you need to address. I know you are either dying to dive into this post, or feeling like you want to close this and forget I ever mentioned it. Which one will it be?

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Can My Symptoms Actually Be a Food Intolerance?

Do you have symptoms that just don’t seem to go away? I'm not only talking about just digestive symptoms but any random aches, pains, discomforts, etc.?

One of the trickiest things to figure out is whether a random symptom could be due to a food intolerance. That's because symptoms can be delayed, or ongoing, and not even resemble a gastrointestinal symptom at all.

In this post, I go over a few of the common symptoms, and two (very) common foods that you may be reacting to, but don't even know it.

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Haven't Changed Anything in Your Diet but Things are Changing?

Do you feel like your body is changing but you're still eating the same way and doing the same things? I want you to know that you are NOT alone! There are so many variables when it comes to these body changes and (of course) this go way beyond the concept of everything is based on what you eat or the age-old “calories in, calories out”.

I discuss the four top reasons in my newest post.  And none of them are related to food or exercise. Plus, there’s a free download that helps record your stress responses.

Love sushi?  Love your thyroid?  I have the BEST recipe for you here!

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How to Naturally Lower Stress Hormone (Cortisol)

Stress is everywhere these days. We feel it when we wake up, when things happen during the day, and we even take it to bed with us. It’s chronic. And it’s not lovely for your health.

When we’re stressed our body reacts in a couple of ways, one is by releasing the stress hormone cortisol. And you can imagine that there are natural ways you can lower it.

So check out my list of recommendations to reduce cortisol and download your free worksheet that helps record your stress responses. Then indulge in my de-stressing dessert recipe.

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