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#80: Going Beyond Gluten-Free: How Your Diet Can Make or Break Your Hormone Health with Dr. Peter Osborne

Dr. Peter Osbourne was astounded when he realized the connection food, and particularly gluten could have on your hormone health, stress and overall body functioning. He created the Gluten Free School to share this message and help others to radically shift their diets in a way that is the right direction and unique for them. Today Dr. Osbourne is here to explain how your diet could be making or breaking your hormone health and help those who are suffering feel empowered to make food work for you.

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#76: How To Eat For Hashimoto’s and Understanding Food Pharmacology with Izabella Wentz

A Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis diagnosis can feel like the weight of the world on your shoulders. Both today’s guest, Dr. Izabella Wentz, myself, and 35 million other American’s know what it is like to face this condition head-on. Luckily there are people like Dr. Izabella, who has taken her background in pharmacology and dedicated herself to the understanding the powerful role nutrition can play in healing and even reversing your Hashimoto’s symptoms.

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#70: What’s Happening to Your Hormones In Perimenopause and How To Create Balance with Candace Burch

At this point in your health journey, you may think you understand the role that hormones play in your transition from perimenopause to menopause and beyond. However, understanding the role your hormones are playing is not enough to help you take back control over your body’s natural rhythm. You need effective and natural approaches to subside your symptoms, and that is where Candace Burch comes in.

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#68: How to Transition Into Menopause With Ease and Grace with Dr. Anna Cabeca

After being diagnosed with premature ovarian failure, or early menopause, at age 38, Dr. Anna Cabeca decided that she was going to fight back, and set off on a trip around the world seeking answers and philosophies. She took what she learned and integrated it into her own life as well as her gynecology patients, resulting in a miracle baby at 42 and the ability to help women overcome their hormonal struggles and transition into menopause with grace and ease.

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