Estrogen dominance is a little-understood factor in understanding and treating hormone imbalances that can result in many common physical problems that women face.
Good nutrition is not just about weight management; certain foods we eat can actually be "medicine" to our bodies. Our food determines what our body will be made of and how well it will function.
Having a positive self image is an important part of the healing process.
Type 2 diabetes is a growing health problem in the U.S., but it can be managed and even reversed with the proper care.
Even after menopause our bodies need a certain amount of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone to continue to function properly. Nature has provided us with a "back up" plan, but sometimes there's a problem...
Are you on antidepressants when the real problem is your thyroid gland? Find out why doctors often misdiagnose this common type of hypothyroidism and how it can easily be treated.
Getting a flu shot can be helpful for some, but there are alternatives that may prove more effective at preventing sickness during the flu season.
Food sensitivity testing (or food intolerance testing) can be a very helpful tool to identify foods that can trigger a wide range of troublesome symptoms.
Hormone imbalances can cause problems for men just as they do for women.
Cooperation among physicians from all the different healing disciplines is important.