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Ten Secrets for Ageing Gracefully

Let’s face it, as we begin to see those tell-tale signs of aging in the mirror, we often start to wonder if looking old is something that must be endured. You might be surprised to know there really are ways in which ageing gracefully can become a reality. In helping people with heath and wellness […]

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Hormone Imbalance – Check Your Liver

Your liver is one of the most hard-working organs of your body and plays an important role in processing nutrients and eliminating waste. But did you know that this amazing organ is also a key player in the process of hormone regulation throughout the body? Most of us don’t automatically connect liver function with hormone imbalance; […]

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Stressed and Fatigued? Check Your Adrenal Health

The adrenals are a part of the body’s very complex Endocrine System. They are a matching pair of glands, each about the size of a walnut, that are located above both kidneys. They may be small, but adrenal health play a crucial role in our overall wellness. Their main function is to produce and regulate […]

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Myths of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Certainly everyone reading this article knows about synthetic hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and maybe even BHRT (bioidentical hormone replacement therapy). But perhaps you’re not sure what the difference is, or why you are not told more about these differences. You are not alone by a long shot. For example, pharmaceutical companies and most medical doctors, […]

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Balancing Progesterone Levels – A Key to Feeling Good

Are you aware that literally dozens of factors can throw your hormones in a tizzy at any moment? From environmental toxins and chemicals found in our food, water, personal care products and air, to prolonged stress and certain prescription medications; all been shown to have a roller-coaster effect on your hormones, especially your estrogen and […]

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