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Revisiting our cold and flu prevention blog for this season. Remember to get your 10% off Vitamin D to help your immunity stay strong!
Happy Pancake Day! (And soon Vegan Day!) Check out this yummy recipe from Dr. Rittling’s book Deliciously Vegan. Enjoy.
Replace your dye and sugar laden electrolyte drinks with these delicious, healthy and hydrating alternatives.
I always take homeopathic remedies with me when I travel. Having them on hand can be quick fix to problems that otherwise may take days to recover from while traveling. They are small and easy to put on your carry on. There is no issues with taking them through security either.
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is an extremely common disorder of women that occurs previous to the menstrual cycle, producing a wide range of physical and emotional symptoms. In fact, up to 75% of women experience some type of PMS. The symptoms typically start a week previous to the start of the monthly cycle and stop within the first 2 days of beginning the cycle. The symptoms tend to re-appear monthly and may vary in intensity from month to month. PMS tends to be most common from the late 20’s to the early 40’s.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common hormone imbalance in women, which may affect up to 1 out of 15 women. Most women who suffer from PCOS are in their 20’s or 30’s, but can be present at the onset of puberty. The imbalance of hormones can cause irregular or absent periods, ovarian cysts, fertility problems, and increased risk for diabetes and heart disease.
Menopause is a natural time in every woman’s life where menstruation stops. Because of these hormone changes, a woman can no longer become pregnant. Normally, the age range is between 45-55 years old. The time frame that occurs prior to the cessation of menses is called Peri-menopause, which can last from 1-3 years. After a full year of not having a menstrual cycle, menopause is complete and women enter post-menopause. There are currently more than 40 million menopausal women in America.
Although I know that many of you will be trying your best to stick to your diet this week, most of us, even with the best of intentions, will overindulge a bit ;). If you happen to fall into this category, make sure you bring the following homeopathic remedies with you to help you feel comfortable the rest of the evening. With each of these remedies, you can take 2-3 pellets every 1-2 hours until the symptoms resolve.
This time of year, there are many unhealthy food choices which can lead to weight gain, brain fog and fatigue. However, there are some that are actually healthy for us! Cranberries are one of those foods.