Top 3 Questions – Bioidentical Hormones

The path to hormonal balance is often punctuated by difficult decisions. Sometimes it means choosing a new food plan or diet, making radical adjustments to create a low-stress life, or finally taking the financial leap to get medical tests and uncover the root of the problem. Another tough subject to tackle is that of bioidentical…

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Surgeon General States Buying Iodide a Worthy "Precaution"

US Surgeon General, Regina Benjamin, told NBC that buying iodide is a worthy “precaution.” She does not consider it an overreaction, and said you are right to be prepared. Meanwhile, workers at the nuclear power plants in Japan have abandoned the reactors, as reported in breaking news on the Associated Press. We have no idea at this…

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Meet Your Hormones

  Today Imma be yackin‘ online about hormones and how they shift when cleansing, and why.  Was thinking I need a li’l reference guide to each hormone: who they be and what they do. So…I’m a scholar, seeker, yoga teacher and a doctor. It’s serious, sacred stuff. But. Imma be honest. I frequently quote The Blackeyed Peas. Want me to Quote…

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Pleasure, Food and Stress

By Guest Writer Daphne Cohn If there’s one thing I know for sure it’s that eating and living without pleasure = stress. And stress leads to: Weight gain Overeating Exhaustion Moodiness Irritability Overwhelm Loss of passion And way less beauty But the tricky thing is most women I know don’t think pleasure is that important.…

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Sign up for my Q&A – Thursday 10/20/11 at 10am Pacific Register right here and you’ll be directed to ask a question, if you want! We’ve got some great questions in the hopper, including: I’m about to surrender to the idea of being 10+ pounds overweight. Exercise and a reasonable diet aren’t working. Any recommendations?…

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The Holy Trinity – Or Charlie's Angels – of Vitality: Estrogen, Cortisol + Thyroid (and why they've got your back + your rack, baby)

Step into my time machine. We’re nine years old. It’s 1976. We’re fledgling feminists (already!) and we’re mad-passionately-crazy in awe of a trio of crime-fighting, bad-guy-busting women with brains, brawn and physical agility. And they are just like the hormonal system, when it’s working FOR YOU not against you. They’re amazing. They’re Angels. (They even…

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