Tag Archives | Nutrient Deficiencies

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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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#328: How to Get to the Root Cause of Autoimmune Disease with Donna Mazzola

Fifty million people in the US are suffering from autoimmune diseases, yet nobody seems to be talking about this epidemic. When you can better understand why you are experiencing the symptoms that you are, you can better control those symptoms and provide your body with what it needs to heal itself. Don’t settle for suffering without answers; it is time to get to the root cause of your autoimmunity today.

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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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#322: How Nutrient-Depleted Is Our Food Today and What We Can Do About It With Jenn Trepeck

There are many reasons why we are generally eating less nutrient-dense foods than we have historically. The truth is that while you may think you are making healthy decisions, the food we eat today does not have the same nutritional benefits as it used to. This is why it is so important to learn how to make access and understanding of whole food easier for the benefit of everyone.

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