Have you ever read the package insert that comes with any pharmaceutical drug?
You know, the one that’s folded 10x and has the smallest print and looks like a waste of time and paper?
That’s the one I’m talking about.
There’s a lot of controversial info out there on dairy. Some sources say to absolutely avoid it like the devil.
Other sources (like the US and Canadian food guide) say it’s a must with every meal.
Here’s my take on dairy.
Many of us live in parts of the country/world where, during the winter season, it’s rainy, gloomy, snowy and/or too cold to spend too much time outdoors.
And spending too much time indoors can of course have its drawbacks, here’s why.
Overall, more than half of U.S. women use the pill at least in part for non-contraceptive purposes such as PMS, irregular periods, debilitating cramps, PCOS, endometriosis and acne.
The pill might succeed at controlling all the above, but were you told what else it’ll do to your body?
Estrogen gets such a bad rep because it’s the most talked about hormone when it comes to women’s health.
Estrogen-dominant conditions (fibroids, cysts, PCOS, endometriosis and breast cancer) vilify estrogen and also make it sound like the only reproductive hormone worth paying attention to.
When you think of bacteria - you often think of infection and green boogers...am I right??
While this is true, that's one ugly side of bacteria. But there is a good side too. Bacteria is everywhere in our body, it lines our digestive tract, and is all over our skin! There are TRILLIONS of them in our body that they actually make up between 1 to 3% of our body weight!
A very simple way to avoid weight gain is to avoid overeating. I know that might sound obvious, but the thing is, we're so distracted these days with all the overstimulation around us, that we don't actually pay attention when we're eating and snacking.
So are 3 simple tips to avoid overeating!