Leaky gut syndrome is a condition in which the gastrointestinal tract has been compromised, possibly causing increased permeability that allows toxins and bacteria to “leak” into the bloodstream.
The changes that come with perimenopause can lead to hormonal imbalances that can result in a wide range of symptoms.
In this video Dr. Marcantel explains how we can test for and detect hormonal imbalances like estrogen dominance. She also explains how they can be treated using natural hormone therapies.
Compassionate awareness is the practice of being mindful of our emotions and thought patterns and being aware of what triggers them.
The desert is in full bloom with a beautiful array of flowers. Unfortunately, the extra pollen and dust in the air can mean the misery of sinus congestion and other allergic reactions.
A food sensitivity (intolerance) test can identify foods that can trigger a wide range of problem symptoms, including skin rash, joint aches and pains, sinusitis, asthma, insomnia, headaches, and digestive disorders producing bloating, gas, and poor food absorption.
Here are some options for the treatment of leaky gut syndrome.
Learn about the causes and symptoms of leaky gut syndrome in this video from Dr. Tina Marcantel.
Dr. Marcantel explains why stress can cause blood sugar levels to spike and drop and gives suggestions for protein snacks that can help prevent blood sugar fluctuations.
It’s important to remember that chronic problems such as adrenal fatigue or hypothyroidism are often the result of years of stress on your endocrine system.