In testing women who are overweight, we often find hormonal imbalances. Not coincidentally, we find it is the thyroid that is most often in disrepair. To say this in a different way, women with thyroid issues are often overweight. When we treat the thyroid, the patient begins to function normally again. As the hormones are regulated, food cravings decrease, and …
it was fun seeing (from the corner of my eye) the reaction of women versus men while watching me work. Men often had a slightly horrified expression, as if they were witnessing brain surgery; women, on the other hand displayed an expression that was somewhere between intrigued, and luminous. Like they couldn’t wait for that inevitable buzz.
Chronic Junk Food eaters often have an immune challenge going on in their liver that’s undiscovered. The reason they crave junk food isn’t some sort innate emotional weakness; it’s that they can’t digest food properly.
Hopefully you had a chance to look at part one of this mini-series here. Now, let’s turn to the positive side of this issue: What sperm likes.
Small miracles can take place when our body/mind starts getting the appropriate nutrition it was made to receive. I’ve seen it over and over again. Food cravings diminish radically, weight is lost, energy regained. As I said, the solution is relatively simple.
In fact, your body is making hormones, and you’re getting bombarded by hormones in the environment. The biggest dose of estrogen you’ll get is, unfortunately, via pesticides in the food you eat. So if possible buy organic foods. If not, scrubbing your food will help.
Certainly, meditating better allows me to handle the pressures of living in a physically, emotionally and psychically demanding time zone.
Tangerine Peel, for abdominal distention, bloating, belching. nausea and vomiting. Who knew my first herbalist would be my Russian-born grandmother? She used to hang the curly-cue cut rinds in her kitchen and make tea from them. You can too.
How’d We Get In This Health Mess? Food. These words come from a nutritional prophet, Dr. Royal Lee. It is true that this dentist, who was active in from the 1930’s to the 1960’s, was hunted and called a criminal for his radical theories (some things never change!) But what he wrote was both prescient, and not pretty. “We have drifted …
FACTOID: Stress and dissatisfaction levels in the workplace are currently at 65%. That’s up from the mid 40’s in 1987. Obvious conclusion: Stress is on the rise.