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As I often say, everything affects everything else. Which is why medicine’s habit of naming and treating one problem at a time comes up so short. By creating greater imbalances, this approach often causes more problems. And that’s especially true … Continue reading
Anybody who knows squat about the endocrine system never uses the word “easy” to describe it. But since this mind-boggling system controls how long we live and how well, it’s worth learning about. Unless you like dragging through life wondering … Continue reading
If you have thyroid–or any other endocrine–problems, your adrenals are almost certainly in an uproar. You feel stressed and brain foggy. You lack motivation. Your digestion isn’t all it could be. And so on–and on. Medicine doesn’t catch adrenal problems … Continue reading
BPA is one of the plastics that gives us bogus estrogen, throwing our endocrine systems for a loop. Add to it the estrogen from soy, factory-farm meat and dairy, the parabens in our lotions and potions, etc. and bad things … Continue reading
A grateful heart impacts physical health in a big, big, positive way. Now, the fact is, we don’t really know how this works, just that it does–which we know for sure.
Here’s how it’s supposed to go: You eat protein, and as your body digests protein, it creates amino acids customized to your body. Aminos, in turn, create the worker-bee enzymes, again customized, to meet your body’s specific needs at the … Continue reading
Free radicals, cells with missing parts, are part of life. Just breathing or exercising–even sleeping–creates a bunch of these bad guys. And the toxins in the air, food, and water pile on to make things a lot worse.
The latest news about protein–that we don’t get enough and what we get is questionable–raises lots of questions. How much is enough? What can possibly be wrong with protein? And so on. Read what you need to know here.
You’ve probably seen an elaborate array of hundreds, even thousands, of dominos that fall, one after the other, until all are down.