Category Archives: General Discussion


Inflammatory Foods: A Guide for Reducing Inflammation – Part 3

Inflammatory Foods: A Guide for Reducing Inflammation – Part 3

Read Part 1 | Part 2 Inflammatory Foods to Avoid There are a multitude of inflammatory foods that should be avoided. The list would be lengthy if it were produced, and some of the most common foods would be included. For starters, the “3 Ps” should be avoided: processed, packaged, and prepared foods. All of […]

Forgiveness and AFS: What is the Meaning of Forgiveness?

Forgiveness and AFS: What is the Meaning of Forgiveness?

All of us have experienced pain, disappointment, or hurtful situations at some point in our lives. Whether you are currently going through an upsetting event or simply thinking about how someone has wronged you in the past, these emotional wounds can take a toll on our bodies mentally, emotionally, and physically. If you remain bitter […]

Medical Cannabis, THC, Cannabidiol, and Hemp

Medical Cannabis, THC, Cannabidiol, and Hemp

Introduction to Medical Cannabis Medical cannabis, which is also referred to as medical marijuana, pot, or weed, is undoubtedly becoming more commonplace in the United States. Medical cannabis simply represents the utilization of the entire marijuana or cannabis plant and all the extracts as natural medicine to remedy unpleasant symptoms or improve a condition. This […]

Everything You Need to Know About What Can You Use Coconut Oil For?

Everything You Need to Know About What Can You Use Coconut Oil For?

What Can You Use Coconut Oil For? So you’ve purchased a jar– now, what can you use coconut oil for? Here are the top 20 reasons to use coconut oil, accompanied by tips for doing so. While coconut oil might still be considered ‘exotic’ in the Western world, there is good reason it’s becoming so […]

Why Is It So Hard to Find Professionals Who Know How to Fix Adrenal Fatigue

Why Is It So Hard to Find Professionals Who Know How to Fix Adrenal Fatigue

There is no shortage of people suffering from Adrenal Fatigue. More likely than not, you know someone who has at least a mild form of Adrenal Fatigue, even if you don’t know it. That person could even be you! So if Adrenal Fatigue is so prevalent in the population today, why don’t more people know […]

Liver-Cleansing Foods for Adrenal Fatigue

Liver-Cleansing Foods for Adrenal Fatigue

For those with Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS), liver function is vital on the road to recovery. Improving your overall health also helps, as all of the body’s organs, systems, pathways, and chemical reactions work together to fight stress in what is known as the NeuroEndoMetabolic(NEM) stress response. The NEM stress response indicates that all of […]

Pyroluria and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 2

Pyroluria and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 2

Read Part 1 Pyroluria and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) is a stress induced neuro-endocrine dysfunction of the body. The hallmark symptom is fatigue of unknown origin despite normal medical investigation. There are four clinical stages of clinical progression, from mild to severe. In advanced stages, one can be incapacitated and housebound, unable […]

Good News for Adrenal Fatigue Sufferers – Big Food Companies are Changing

Good News for Adrenal Fatigue Sufferers – Big Food Companies are Changing

The prevalence of big food companies Over the past several decades, the average person’s diet has gone from primarily fresh, whole foods, to increasingly highly processed foods from big food companies containing a variety of artificial ingredients lacking in nutritional value. Initially, food processing was done to improve shelf life and to prevent food-borne illness. […]

Adrenal Fatigue and Laboratory Testing – Part 2

Adrenal Fatigue and Laboratory Testing – Part 2

Read Part 1 Functional Laboratory Testing The advent of functional and specialized laboratory testing now offers a window of insight into our body’s working well beyond regular standard testing. These tests generally focus on the endocrine system, gastrointestinal system, immunology system, metabolic system, and nutritional function of the body. It may seem these test could […]

Receptor Disorders and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 2

Receptor Disorders and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 2

Read Part 1 Let us now look at how key hormones of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome interacts with their receptors. Cortisol Receptors Disorders When the HPA axis is activated under stress, the adrenal gland goes into overdrive to produce more cortisol. Cortisol, our main anti-stress hormone, prepares the body for a fight-or-flight response by flooding it […]

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