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Top 10 Reasons To Increase Your Vitamin D Intake

Nutrient deficiencies are one of the biggest roadblocks to achieving hormone balance and whole-body health. When you don’t give your body key vitamins and minerals, you really can’t expect it to work the way it should. One key nutrient deficiency that impacts everything from immunity to hormones, skin health to mood (and everywhere in between) is vitamin D. So here’s the lowdown on why vitamin D is SO important, what role it plays in your health, how you can tell if you need more of it, and the best ways to simply and naturally boost your vitamin D levels.

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#224: How to Finally Let Go of Emotional Eating and Self-Sabotage with Natasha Allen

Have you been using food as a way to distract or numb your unpleasant emotions or unmet needs? Our world feels like a scary movie, and it is creating a lot of emotions around eating. If you are struggling with food right now, you are not alone, and traveling fitness professional and coach Natasha Allen is here today to help you embrace mindful eating and stop self-sabotaging.

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#222: Approachable, Effective Strategies for Managing Anxiety Even During Difficult Times with Cameron Rogers

It took literally getting hit by a car for Cameron Rogers to realize the impact her anxious behaviors were having on her life. After this transformative experience, Cameron realized that life is too short to be held back by fears of letting others down. Since the accident, Cameron has dedicated herself to providing easy, approachable, and inexpensive tools to help others deal with their anxiety, and know that they are not alone.

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Top 5 Ways to Naturally Address Hormone Imbalance

During my entire twenties and early thirties, I blew through my life. Every day felt like a blur. I was so afraid of failing my family and co-workers, I slowly drove myself into the ground.
I was chronically fatigued, 35-pounds overweight, constantly cranky, and oftentimes felt overextended and overwhelmed. Caffeine became the key to surviving each day. My periods were irregular. My PMS was out of control (trust me, you’d run the other way when you saw me coming if it was that time of the month). I was sad, anxious, and overwhelmed. I felt like I had lost control of my body and felt completely alone and without hope to make the changes I needed to get myself back.

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