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#11: The Top 5 Benefits of Aromatherapy with Dr. Mariza

Today on the Essentially You Podcast we are focusing on the top 5 benefits of aromatherapy. This episode is such a treat, as essential oils can give you so many benefits that you probably never even knew about! In this episode, we will discuss how essential oils can help your occasional sleeplessness, irritability, emotional well-being, and so much more.

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Essentially You Podcast 010: Environmental Chemicals & Hormones: What Every Woman Needs To Know with Lara Adler

#10: Environmental Chemicals & Hormones: What Every Woman Needs To Know with Lara Adler

Most of us are aware of at least some the toxins in our daily lives, but do you know the chronic illnesses that are associated with them? These toxins are in the things we eat, drink, touch, and they’re slowly killing us. Today’s guest drops some important knowledge on how these toxins get into our bodies, what they’re doing to us, and most importantly, how we can eliminate them.

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Green Cleaning to Reduce Hormonal Toxic Load

While you may expect me to launch into a huge diatribe of which chemicals are harmful and why you should avoid them, I’m not going to do that today.

Why?  Because most chemicals are harmful!

And I have one piece of advice for you –

Friends don’t let friends clean with over-the-counter products.

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How Hormonal Balance Can Change Your Life

When I say hormones, what do you think?

Many people often associate negative emotions with the idea of them; hormones are extremely important regulatory substances that aid the cells and tissues to keep our bodies working effectively. Hormones are manufactured in the various glands to stimulate the actions of bodily functions such as hunger, reproduction, emotions, energy and mood. Most people only think about sex hormones when they consider hormones, but there are many other types of hormones which are critical to the body’s ability to remain healthy.

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