Weight Loss Wednesday

Not Losing the Weight? In a great article I found in the Huffington Post, Author Abby Langer sites 5 reasons, including exchanging hunger cues for your calorie counting app and focusing too much on the number on the scale, for not losing the weight we desire. Setting yourself up to win on the weight loss front starts with having a full understanding of how your body works, what it needs, and by developing a sustainable lifestyle of choices. Understanding the part your hormones play in weight loss or weight gain is crucial, especially if you suffer with symptoms of hormone imbalance such as PMS or menopause. In addition to reading the article listed below, I can help you get a grip on your h

3 Natural Hormones to Boost your Libido

Biological, psychological, and social factors affect libido or sexual drive. Everybody is aware of the fact that poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress can have a negative effect on libido, but people tend to keep the problems to themselves and rarely talk about the solutions such as supplements and over-the-counter hormones. Some may even consider Viagra, but the side effects often outweigh the benefits, especially that it is a prescription drug with known side effects. There are several hormones that effectively improve libido including progesterone, DHEA, and HGH; they are available as over-the-counter supplements. As long as they are USP (United States Pharmacopeia) certified products,

3 Top Habits to Eliminate Symptoms of PMS

It is estimated that 3 out of 4 women experience some forms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome). PMS has a wide range of symptoms including but not limited to food cravings, mood swings, irritability, fatigue, and depression. The good thing is that many of those symptoms tend to occur in a predictable pattern, but emotional and physical changes can either slightly or intensely affect the severity of symptoms. PMS is NOT natural or normal although many women have symptoms so often they believe it’s just a part of life. PMS is caused by monthly hormone level changes but chemical changes in the brain can also be involved. Stress, diet, exercise and depression can all make PMS symptoms worse. Still,

Anti-Aging Health & Hormones

Nobody is spared from physical aging. Undergone by all living things, it is a natural process that leads to reduced adaptability as well as body functions and eventually death. One of the simplest examples is gray hair; perfectly healthy hair has natural pigment cells released by follicles. As we grow old, the pigment melanin gradually dies and becomes transparent. As a result, the hair turns gray or white. Unfortunately, the same thing happens in all other parts of the body including muscle fibers, skins, and metabolism system. An important part of the aging process is the reduced level of certain hormones such as progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone. By keeping healthy amounts of those

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