Too Hot? Too Cold? Could be Thyroid Hormone


Holy Hormones Journal:  Thyroid – such an important organ – and so overlooked.  Hot flashes, night sweats, sweater on, sweater off…. we attribute this to menopause. However, we need to dig much deeper. Thyroid imbalance.  Afflicts millions of women.  Especially women on synthetic hormones. All of the endocrine organs regulate our body functions – pretty Continue Reading …

The Domino Effect of Unbalanced Hormones

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Holy Hormones Journal: Dr. Mokhtar has written a brilliant piece about the hormone imbalance epidemic now afflicting every country in the world. We have named and labeled and ‘treated’ all of these diseases — polycystic ovarian syndrome, diabetes and thyroid conditions – but in the end it all boils down to unbalanced hormones.  And yes, Continue Reading …

Hypothyroidsim: Underestimated and Overmedicated


Scientific research links hypothyroidism to heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, gall bladder disease, liver disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s. The Thyroid Federation International estimates there are up to 300 million people worldwide experiencing thyroid dysfunction, yet over half are presumed to be unaware of their condition.

Hormone Imbalance,Thyroid Regulation & Bipolar Disorder

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Two studies have shown that people with bipolar depression were less likely to get better if they had low thyroid levels, whereas the ones with higher levels responded pretty well.

How to Naturally Treat Hormone-Related Migraines


Hormone triggered migraines are caused by an estrogen excess (estrogen dominance) and a progesterone deficiency. Causes of excess estrogen [migraine(7)] include excess body fat, stress, excessive alcohol intake, environmental petrochemical intake, and the intake of meat and dairy that have been treated with hormones. This imbalance of estrogen to progesterone in your body can cause the above symptoms and potentially can lead to more serious diseases such as breast & ovarian cancer, infertility, and fibroids.

Hormones in Balance is a Rhythmic Body Symphony

If the body is under persistent ‘attack’ by stress factors – perhaps due to unresolved problems in your life or a medical condition – you will suffer from adrenal fatigue.

Holy Hormones Honey! Dr. Mokhtar has written a beautiful and informative article. In order for women’s bodies to perform at their most optimum level, the hormones need to be balanced. The endocrine system is a sacred and beautiful orchestration for hormone harmony.

Is Your Thyroid Healthy? 5 Signs of an Underactive Thyroid

Body Ecology

Posted August 16, 2011.

Do you know the telltale signs of hypothyroidism?

The thyroid gland is a small butterfly shaped gland that sits just below the thyroid cartilage. The thyroid can:

Lift your energy.
Warm your body.
Activate the immune system.

Candida Overgrowth is Making You and Your Baby Sick and Tired (and Colickly). Taming the Yeastie Beasties Part 1

Discovering Your Peaceful Birth

One Problem, 101 Symptoms

What if I told you that your baby’s colic, cradle cap, ear infections, diaper rashes, allergies and sleep sensitivities were all one problem?

What if I told you that your mastitis, eczema, hives, pms, cramps, and gas were all one problem?

What if I told you that your baby acquired her problems from you? And that this problem contributed to things like arthritis, ADD, autism, lupus, infertility, endometriosis, and gluten sensitivity?

What if I told you you could solve these problems easily?

Look Better Naked: How hormones are an issue with men, too!


San Diego Gay and Lesbian News

Darren A. Farnesi, MD, APC – SDGLN Contributor
March 7th, 2011

Hormones! Don’t we all love to talk about them?

I sure do because they affect every aspect of our lives. Today we’re going to focus on male hormones and how they can help you look, and feel, better naked!

How Your Eyes Can Predict Disease
Posted By Dr. Mercola | March 01 2011 |

Your eyes are a unique window into health. Yahoo Health has assembled a list of 14 things your eyes can tell you about your entire body. Here are some of them:

Disappearing eyebrows
When the outer third of your eyebrow starts to disappear on its own, this is a common sign of thyroid disease.