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5 Surprising Signs of Fatty Liver Disease + How to Prevent It

The food you eat is either making you more healthy or less healthy. Living with chronic inflammation can cause a ripple effect, or more appropriately, a tsunami of adverse health outcomes. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to identify potential symptoms, and the good news is it’s possible to stop Fatty Liver in its tracks and with an early-enough diagnosis, reverse it for good. But first, we need to understand what Fatty Liver Disease really is.

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The Connection Between Hormones and Brain Fog

Like all of your systems, your brain depends on the right balance of hormones in your body to be healthy and function at its best. When you are under stress, whether physical or emotional, your hormone levels suffer.

Hormone imbalance can leave your brain inflamed and lacking in some of the chemicals it needs to thrive, which can make you feel fatigued, foggy, anxious, and unable to focus.

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10 Toxic Habits That May Be Aging You Faster

Recently I was having a conversation with one of my best friends and we were talking about being in our 40s and how young we feel. When I think back to being in my 20s, 40 felt so old and so far away. And when I think about how I was treating my body then… Girl, it makes me cringe. But you know, the more you live the more you learn, and this is a big takeaway I want you to walk away with today: you can always turn back the clock by making small shifts to your habits.

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Simple Tricks to Burn More Calories, Boost Healthy Metabolism, and Build Strength

Stubborn weight is one of those things that just drive you crazy. But hormone changes including perimenopause, estrogen dominance, and insulin resistance radically change this. Because here’s the thing: your weight is ALWAYS a symptom of something else going on in your body. It’s the thing you see and that you want to change, but really you need to dig a little deeper.

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