I am worried that vaccinations could cause Adrenal Fatigue in my child, but I am also concerned about not vaccinating here. Is there a link between vaccinations and Adrenal Fatigue? There is no known study that link vaccination to Adrenal Fatigue. But any stress in the long run may cause Adrenal Fatigue. Stress, whether in […]
Imagine this – an insurance underwriter visits you to take your blood pressure and weight but then takes a snap of your face as well. That picture, showing all the aging in the face; your saggy skin, mottled spots and wrinkles. Imagine this is then entered in a computer which immediately calculates how long you […]
With all of the research we’re now seeing about negative effects from caffeine consumption, we must ask ourselves, is it any less important to stay alert and wake up in a timely manner? The answer, of course, in this busy, bustling world of ours is a resounding, “No!” Here are some simple ideas to get […]
If my neurotransmitters are low, should I work on improving those before working on my adrenals? First of all, there are many kinds of neurotransmitter ranging from melatonin to norepinephrine. So you have to be very careful in understanding what is really “low” to start. Furthermore current neurotransmitter test are not very specific. Many present […]
I have severe PMS. Is there any way I can make the pain go away? There maybe some underlying hormonal imbalance that you need to improve first. In women, there is a strong relationship among the ovarian, adrenal, and thyroid systems. These three organs are intimately co-dependent on one another for optimal function. This axis, […]
Read Part 1 Now! Histamine in Food Another way that inadvertently increases histamine levels is by eating foods high in histamine. Histamine is usually metabolized in the intestines and liver. However, some individuals may have low levels of the required enzymes to metabolize histamine and thus have increased circulating histamine. Histamine is typically found in […]
One of the ingredients to make korma curry paste is turmeric. Turmeric has been shown to have strong anti-inflammatory properties. Ingredients: 2 cups basmati rice, washed and soaked 30 minutes (see step 1 below) 1 large onion, chopped 6 tbsp oil, olive or coconut oil 1 tbsp black mustard seed 3 tbsp Korma paste (available […]
What causes canker sores? They are caused by a form of Herpes virus that is ubiquitous. As long as your defense and immune system are uncompromised, the virus is kept under bay. Some people are more prone to having canker sores flair up when they are stressed, lacking of sleep, or imbalanced internally.
How long does it take after you eat and drink for the food and beverage to digest and not cause a weight gain on the scale? It is always good to chew the food 25-30 times per bite. Weight gain is not related to time to digest.