Chronic Pain Patients Typically Have High Cortisol Levels

Chronic Pain Patients Typically Have High Cortisol Levels New Canadian research has found that not all people have the same ability to deal with physical stress and that there is a strong correlation between the size of the hippocampus, high cortisol levels, and vulnerability to chronic pain. The new study was conducted at the University of Montreal and included 16 patients with chronic […]

I just recently was diagnosed with Celiacs Disease. How will that affect my recovery with Adrenal Fatigue?

I just recently was diagnosed with Celiacs Disease. How will that affect my recovery with Adrenal Fatigue? I just recently was diagnosed with Celiacs Disease. How will that affect my recovery with Adrenal Fatigue? Autoimmune disease such as Hashimoto’s Disease, Celiac, or Rheumatoid arthritis represents a spectrum of diseases in which the white blood cells of the immune system become overly active. Chronic inflammation can reflect an improperly functioning immune system. The […]

Baked Stuffed Pumpkin Bowl

Baked Stuffed Pumpkin Bowl Pumpkins are rich in carotenoids that give the gourd their bright orange color, which the body converts to vitamin A that aids vision, particularly in dim light. The carotenoids rich pumpkin can also help keep the skin wrinkle-free. Ingredients A: Pumpkin (wt 3-4 lbs) Ingredients B: 2 tbsp olive or coconut oil 2 leeks, chopped […]

MTHFR & Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

MTHFR & Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Methyl-tetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), is an enzyme that is responsible for methylation in every single cell in your body. If you have a history of multiple miscarriages, chronic migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, or a family history of heart attack or stroke, this little enzyme might be the cause of your illness. Methylation 101 MTHFR’s function […]

Catabolic State and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Catabolic State and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Catabolism is the general term for a combination of metabolic activities that break down large molecules, such as lipids and proteins into much smaller molecules like nucleotides, amino acids, and fatty acids. By doing so, catabolism provides energy for all cells to maintain their function and grow starting from the time food is ingested. […]
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