Have you ever fallen down? Fallen out of a tree? Been hit in the head or face with a hard object? Run into another person? Have you ever been in an auto accident? Motorcycle accident? Bicycle accident? Quad accident? Have you ever been knocked out? Knocked “silly”? Had your bell rung? Lost consciousness for a few seconds or even longer? These types of accidents (and much more!) often result in an extreme shaking of the head, often violent, known as a “concussion.” Symptoms of a concussion are known. They are a headache, disorientation, amnesia, poor balance, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, memory …
Plant proteins tend to be less allergenic however whey and casein are tolerated by most people and are complete proteins meaning they contain all essential amino acids. Whey is absorbed the quickest while casein takes longer to digest and is often used for evening time or before bed.
Health is by choice, not chance. Do your part to protect the most valuable thing you have…
All allergies can be traced to immune dysfunction and gut disturbances. Everything that we ingest passes through the digestive system and things that we put on our skin or have skin contact with, are processed through our spleen. Most people are walking around with some form of leaky gut, be it Crohn’s, IBS or simple digestive disturbances.
Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus and fungus cannot live.
Painful breasts during menstruation can often mean toxic tissue; toxic tissue can often become a breading ground for cancer.
Supplement the diet with foods rich in protective factors including small amounts of cod liver oil (vitamins A and D); wheat germ oil (vitamin E); flax oil (omega-3 fatty acids); kelp (iodine); brewers yeast (B vitamins); desiccated liver (vitamin B12); rose hip or acerola powder (vitamin C); and coconut oil (antimicrobial fatty acids).
When we’re mindful of what we eat we become more satisfied with that food. When we eat while on-the-go or in front of devices we aren’t paying attention to food.
Considering the toxicity of our environment, it isn’t hard to understand why young women are experiencing hot flashes, weight gain, infertility, heavy periods, painful periods, fatigue and PMS. Here are three possible contributors to why your hormones could be out of balance:
Fiber is actually the preferred food source for good gut bacteria. Meaning, a diet high in fiber contributes to achieving that healthy microbiota profile we’ve all heard so much about.