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Thyroid health. Weight loss. Other women's health. We also have to face the fact that this is a challenging time for women’s health. Life expectancy is high, but rates of most diseases have increased, especially for women — and it’s not just because we’re living longer. Fifty years ago, a girl had a 1 in 15 chance of developing breast
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Immune health Archives
(Just Now) Immune health is the health of the future. I promised you some good news and I am here to deliver. We have developed a number of resources for women to assess their immune health right now and get research-based support immune function in the form of high quality immune health supplements, including our breakthrough Immune Support Combo.
(5 days ago) Symptoms: your body’s way of asking for help. Symptoms of hormonal imbalance mean that your health is getting worse. The underlying causes may include weak nutrition or digestion, inflammation, stress, toxic loads, or genetic predisposition. But these chronic problems lead to bigger issues down the road, raising your risk of diabetes, cancer
Heart health Archives
(9 days ago) Women’s heart health may benefit from the protective effects of estrogen, at least till menopause. But cardiovascular disease is different in women, with a separate and distinct set of common symptoms and warning signs. Women are worried about the threats of heart attack or stroke but there are other concerning issues caused by poor heart
Coronavirus and your health
(8 days ago) We’ve gathered all our expert information about coronavirus and women’s health in one place. Read COVID-19 blogs and watch videos from our doctors and get vital information for safeguarding your health. Covid-19 — a new reason to get more Vitamin K By Dr. Sharon Stills, NMD I like to keep my eye on news about […]
Joint health Archives
(9 days ago) Joint health. I f it weren’t for your aches and pains, how would you feel every day? Stronger and more energetic? Would you feel more like exercising, or traveling — maybe even dancing? Joint discomfort can keep you from doing the things you love, and prevent you from even trying a new activity.
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Best Supplements and Vitamins for Bone Health and
(3 days ago) One key factor in your bone health risk during menopause is the state of your hormonal balance. Hormonal changes during menopause disrupt your body’s natural bone building process. Estrogen helps preserve calcium in the body and prevent bone breakdown, but when estrogen falls out of balance with other hormones, your bones lose this benefit.
Herbal Remedies for Menopause Symptom Relief
(9 days ago) W e understand how disruptive menopause symptoms can be to your life — hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, irritability, irregular periods, and worse — feeling exhausted most of the time. The good news is that when a woman comes to us looking for menopause symptom relief, we feel confident we can help her feel better with herbal remedies.
Thyroid health Archives
(1 days ago) Thyroid health. A re you one of the millions of women with low thyroid? If so, your doctor may have told that your tests are normal and sent you home with no solution. But if everything is fine, then why do you have debilitating symptoms like low energy, hair loss, weird weight gain, and sensitivity to cold?
Breast health Archives
(Just Now) Breast health. B reast health can be very complex, as we have all learned over recent years. The risk of breast cancer has been associated with a wide range of factors from diet and genetics, to stress and dense breasts, to drugs, including birth control pills and HRT.
Other women’s health Archives
(6 days ago) Other women’s health See more articles on Other women’s health. 10 Ayurvedic self care tips for winter, Ayurveda suggests we modify our diet and lifestyle according to the season.Learn 10 easy Ayurvedic self-care tips for winter and keep your health glowing.
Bone health and Osteoporosis Risk Factors
(1 days ago) Bone health and osteoporosis risk factors. By Dr. Susan E. Brown, PhD. It was once believed that age was the determining bone health risk factor for women. If you were over 50, then you were automatically considered at high risk for bone problems.
What’s Causing Your Joint Pain
(9 days ago) It has many health benefits, and has shown effectiveness for knee arthritis. Bromelain — an enzyme found in pineapple juice and stems, bromelain is used for swelling and soreness. Boswellia serrata extract — well-studied and safe, this plant extract is considered to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Women's Health Combo
(5 days ago) That includes support and fuel for immune system health, strong digestive function and hormonal balance. Whether you’re fighting symptoms or just trying to help ensure health and resilience, this powerful combination is formulated specifically for women according to the latest scientific research.
Free Symptom Checker
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Vitamin D Deficiency
(6 days ago) Vitamin D is just one component of an ever-changing picture — your health is a work in progress that needs your consistent attention and support. It may turn out that vitamin D is the key everyone’s been looking for, or more likely an important part of a far greater whole-health picture.
Benefits of tea for health and healthy aging
(9 days ago) In Japan, where even the preparation of tea is an ancient and beloved ritual, green tea is a household staple. Several studies there focusing on its health effects offer some encouraging results: along with helping prevent cells from becoming cancerous, green tea may also help prevent recurrence of the disease in cancer patients.
“Meno belly” is real
(1 days ago) [Take our Thyroid Quiz to learn more about your thyroid health.] Insulin resistance is a trigger for meno belly weight gain. Insulin resistance can also contribute to weight gain. If your insulin receptors have become less sensitive to insulin, you can have higher levels of blood sugar and lower energy and also increased disease risk for
(9 days ago) Inflammation. Y ou may be one of the many women who don’t realize that inflammation is spreading silently through their bodies.. Recent science has shown that chronic inflammation is at the root of many serious illnesses, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease.Early symptoms include fatigue, aches and pains, digestive issues, skin problems, gum disease, and stubborn weight gain.
Best vitamins & nutrients to boost the immune system
(9 days ago) By Dr. Sharon Stills, NMD So many women have gotten in touch in recent weeks because they want to know the best vitamins and nutrients to take for immune support.To make this information as easy to access as possible, I put together my top picks and the research-based reasons why certain vitamins and nutrients make such a big difference for the body’s ability to fight off viruses.
Should You Take a Multivitamin
(5 days ago) Around the world, deficiencies of commonly available vitamins and minerals continue to jeopardize the health of countless people, especially children whose bodies and brains are still developing. But even in the US, plenty of women are not getting important nutrients every day.
Brain health and memory Archives
(Just Now) Today is the right time to take a step toward supporting and enhancing your brain health, and we’ll show you the way. Featured articles on brain and memory health. How to have a better memory. By Dr. Julie Schwartzbard, MD. Sharpen your focus and have better concentration. By Dr. Julie Schwartzbard, MD.
Best Foods to Strengthen Bones and Bone Healing
(1 days ago) When it comes to foods to strengthen bones, blueberries are a sweet treat for bone health, especially during and after menopause.Using animal models designed to represent menopausal osteoporosis, researchers found that when animals were given blueberries, the blueberry “treatment” was able to prevent the loss of bone mineral density throughout the whole body.
Homeopathic Medicine – Women’s Health Network
(7 days ago) Homeopathy has long been used to relieve and prevent the respiratory effects of seasonal allergic rhinitis, better known by its symptoms — sneezing, stuffy nose and itchy eyes. Food sensitivity after effects, including indigestion, upset stomach, nausea and gastric discomfort. If you have a true allergy to a specific food, like nuts or
(6 days ago) The Standard American Diet (SAD) — with loads of simple carbohydrates, protein laced with saturated fats, and skimpy vegetables and fruit — is a recipe for poor health. Most of us like the idea of “ eating right ” but worry about surrendering the joy of eating to a plateful of sticks, twigs and weird produce. That’s where we can help
Health Benefits Of Root Vegetables
(8 days ago) However, mineral content is dependent onthe health of the soil they’re grown in — another reason why organic is better.Remember also that it is the high mineral content of root crops that make them suchalkalizing foods. Measuring your pH can help you see just how well you are maintaining optimumalkaline pH balance.
Learn The Role Vitamin D Plays In Immune Health
(5 days ago) Of course, we’ve seen hundreds of studies over the last 10 years documenting the many ways Vitamin D supports our health. The science clearly shows that Vitamin D influences the heart, bones, kidneys, gut, lungs, and other organs, playing a crucial role in our overall health.
5 Steps To Start A Dairy Free Diet
(1 days ago) Eliminating or limiting consumption of dairy can help with digestive health, acne, cholesterol and sinus issues. There’s also clear evidence that dairy consumption is linked to some cancers. So you should be interested in reducing dairy in your diet. But if that seems difficult, I’ve got some ideas that will help.
Free Bone Health Quiz Test- Find Out How Healthy Your
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Covid Delta – Nothing to worry about. For most of us
(Just Now) The evidence is still overwhelming that Delta is not threatening to healthy people who’ve been vaccinated or previously infected. What’s more, since about 60% of Americans age 12 and older have been vaccinated, and probably 25-30% have already had Covid, we are nearly at herd immunity. This is all good news.
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Confused about carbohydrates
(7 days ago) Confused about carbohydrates? Reviewed by Dr. Amber Hayden, DO. W e’ve all heard the phrase “good carb, bad carb,” but the real spectrum of carbohydrates is wider and less simplistic than that.. Labeling fruit a “good” carb and calling cake a “bad” carb isn’t quite accurate. The truth is that most foods have something to offer — even a piece of cake might be “good for you
Covid-19 a new reason to get more Vitamin K
(4 days ago) Beyond Covid, there are so many reasons why women especially should pay attention to their Vitamin K2 intake: - Vitamin K is important for healthy bones — it has the unique capacity to activate proteins that help to keep calcium in bone (and out of the arteries — see my point below). - Vitamin K contributes to regulating inflammation in the
DIM Complex Supplement
(7 days ago) DIM® Complex. DIM Complex helps provide healthy estrogen detoxification, hormone balance and immune support. Our DIM Complex contains a special, microencapsulated form of diindolylmethane to enhance absorption and proper assimilation by the body. We’ve added curcumin, green tea, rosemary and broccoli sprout extracts to further support healthy hormone balance, brain and immune health.
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Thyroid & Hypothyroid Quiz – Women’s Health Network
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Susan E. Brown, PhD – Women’s Health Network
(1 days ago) Susan E. Brown, PhD, CNS, is a medical anthropologist and certified clinical nutritionist specializing in osteoporosis, osteopenia, bone health regeneration, and auto-immune disease.Dr. Brown directs the Center for Better Bones and the Better Bones Foundation in East Syracuse, New York. She has more than 25 years of experience in clinical nutrition, bone health research, and consulting.
Dr. Mary James, ND – Women’s Health Network
(9 days ago) Mary James, ND is a naturopathic physician who authors and reviews women’s health articles for Women’s Health Network. She has advanced training in menopause, nutritional endocrinology, anti-aging, and hormonal imbalances. Dr. James is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and is licensed through the Connecticut Naturopathic Board.
Is Stress Affecting Your Thyroid
(6 days ago) W e all know that too much stress isn't good for our health, but we don't always make the connection between stress and low thyroid problems or even subclinical hypothyroidism.. In fact, when women call us with thyroid concerns, we can often hear the stress in their voices. Sometimes they’ve even taken steps to boost their thyroid but still aren’t responding well — talk about a stressful
What is Osteopenia
(4 days ago) First, a definition. In the world of women's bone health, the word osteopenia simply means “less bone” — it’s a scientific term that means that a person’s bones are thinner or less dense than might be expected. Osteopenia is not, and was never meant to be, a true diagnosis, nor is it a disease. Osteopenia is simply a way to describe a
A lasting side effect of Covid
(7 days ago) The study analyzed post-Covid health records of over 230,000 women and men to reach these findings. Researchers tried to explain why mental health issues are a “ long Covid ” symptom for so many, and in doing so, stumbled upon another intriguing discovery: depression and anxiety appear to develop regardless of whether the case of Covid was
Kelley Voegelin, RYT – Women’s Health Network
(5 days ago) Kelley Voegelin, RYT. Kelley Voegelin is a Registered Yoga Teacher with over 600 hours of training. Her studies in ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine have inspired her own practice and teaching methods. Kelley teaches multiple forms of yoga, including Vinyasa, Prenatal, Restorative and Yin Yoga. She’s a strong believer that yoga has