Most people who use hormone supplements are familiar with DHEA but the less known hormone supplement, Pregnenolone, is definitely worth considering. Pregnenolone is known as the parent of all hormones. All other sex hormones are derived from it, including DHEA. By age 75 we produce only about 40% of our youthful levels.
Pregnenolone is the first hormone that generates a range of neurohormones in the brain which are known to affect nerve cell growth and to modulate mood. Pregnenolone therefore has a dominant effect in a wide range of nervous system functions, including memory function, alertness and well-being. Increasing
It seems like once a week I’m asked the same question. “So Casey, how much vitamin D should I be taking? Can I take too much? After all, you sell multiple doses.” Well, this is true, we do sell multiple doses and also in different forms. So let me give you a little insight on Vitamin D.
First of all, Vitamin D is arguably the most important vitamin. 400 International Units (IU) is the recommended daily allowance according to the FDA but that number is really outdated.
Valentine's Day is finally here! Did you know that the traditional heart shape is actually the form of two hearts sewn together? This picture is a good reminder that love is the deeply intertwined connection between two hearts (not literally, of course).
The photo also is a reminder of the importance of taking care of our physical hearts. While we are all up on our clouds with Cupid this Valentine's Day, we should remember that we were made for more than loving, and best way that you can love yourself and your loved
After a good amount of research we have compiled and condensed the habits of healthy people into what we feel to be a comprehensive list. These are the 7 things that truly healthy people do. We are not just talking about those who are "in shape" or "at an average weight"; we define healthy as mentally, physically, emotionally, and even spiritually well.
1. Sleep When you do not get enough sleep, every part of your existence suffers. You can't think as effectively, your body does not have enough energy to exercise and move throughout the day,
It happens every year without fail: I go home to visit my parents for the holidays and sleep depravity and stress finally catch up to me. At least one night of my vacation I end up curled in a ball on the couch with a fever and a night of tossing and turning. The days following, I cough, sneeze, and sniffle all the way through the New Year. We always seem to wait until we are actually sick before we start fighting illness; unfortunately, at that point it is too late. Here are a couple of ways to keep
FORT WORTH, TX -- The “M” word – menopause – comes into play for every woman round about age 51, although the ending of the natural menstrual cycle can occur as early as the 30s and some women don’t enter the territory until their 60s. In any case, women in the tail end of the Baby Boom Generation – those people born between 1946 and 1964 – are close to
Nobody likes getting sick, but one particularly hateful illness is the sinus infection. It is terrible because you often don't feel that sick, but the sinus pressure is unbelievably painful and hard to find relief from. A lot of people believe that drying out their nasal cavaties will help, but in reality it is important to keep your nasal passageways moisturized. We have compiled a list of some home remedies to help with sinus pressure.Drink lots of water. The water will help thin your mucus out, which will help to unclog your mucus membranes.
We found this article here
The deck is stacked against women hoping to keep slim after menopause, but researchers say some simple eating habits can keep weight down
There’s no denying that losing weight is tough, and keeping it off is even harder. We tend to be less physically active as we get older, which is why women tend to gain weight after menopause. But a four-year study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says there are ways that women
Here is a great article that we found at the Wood Farm Centre.
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Based on an article from Dr. Oz:
Are allergies causing you to gain weight? This could be reality for some, so try this three week anti-allergy diet to see what foods are causing the weight gain you don't want.
Most people see food allergies as fast-acting, as seen with people allergic to peanuts or shellfish and immediately break out in an allergic reaction. But dairy, a common unknown allergy to many, has slow effects causing inflammation hours or even days later. Research has shown up