Last year was such a fabulous year! Thanks to your support, I published my third New York Times bestseller, Younger: A Breakthrough Program to Reset Your Genes, Reverse Aging, and Turn Back the Clock 10 Years. I reached thousands from across the globe with my online programs, podcasts, press interviews, events and blog. To celebrate, I’m recapping for you the four most popular topics from 2017!
- Balance Your Hormones, Balance the Scale: 5 Ways to Lose Weight through Natural Hormone Balancing: Almost anyone who struggles with weight loss also battles a hormone imbalance. It never fails to amaze me how easy weight loss becomes once hormones are back in their sweet spot.
- Is the Autoimmune Protocol Necessary?: All about healing your leaky gut and stopping chronic inflammation in its tracks, you may very well be able to heal your autoimmune disease(s) WITHOUT drugs. Use the Autoimmune Protocol Diet to recruit your gut in restoring the body’s balance.
- 5 Ways to Treat Hormonal Headaches Naturally: Far too common, headaches are generally accepted as just part of being human, whether brought on by fatigue, dehydration, stress or lack of sleep. Headaches can indeed be caused by all of these things, but for women, there’s often a hormonal imbalance at the root of those menstrual migraines or the constant tension between your eyes. But you don’t always need a pain reliever to fix this.
- Hair Loss, Hormones and How to Regain Your Luscious Locks: After giving birth, reaching menopause years or experiencing other hormonal imbalances, it’s not uncommon for women to start losing hair. Learn which hormones could be setting your tresses into a mess.
As always, I’m so pleased that you’re interested in gaining knowledge about your hormones and seeking a more balanced life. I’m honored to be part of your journey, and I’m touched to hear how these tips have made a difference in your health. Please share your successes and discoveries with me on my Facebook page or in a comment below. And let me know what topics you’re struggling with and want to see covered in future articles! Love, Dr. Sara