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Signs of Adrenal Fatigue vs Hypothyroidism

*Is Your Thyroid Disease Really an Adrenal Disorder?

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How Adrenal Disorders Can Disguise Themselves as Thyroid Disease Understanding the Basics of Hypothyroidism According to the American Thyroid Association, hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone and, just like other hormone deficiencies, it can affect almost every aspect of your wellbeing. It can make you feel weak & fatigued, cause unordinary weight gain, and can lead to even more serious health concerns in left untreated. Low thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy can even harm the baby! I know this is a scary…

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The Effects of Stress on the Body

*Health Effects of Stress May Differ for Men and Women

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Effects of mental stress on heart differ between men and women Did you know that long term mental and emotional stress can lead to serious health problems in the future? My guess would be yes, you have. But I bet you aren’t aware that mental stress may influence the health of men and women differently, according to new research published earlier this year in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This was shown through a study composed of 310 people who were all being treated for heart disease….

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Blood Type Linked to Cognitive Decline With Age

*Can Blood Type Cause Cognitive Decline and Health Issues

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Could Your Blood Type Be Causing Cognitive Decline and Other Health Issues? Your Blood Type May Be Putting You at Increased Risk for Memory Issues and Other Age Related Diseases More and more studies are now being done to figure out the causes of age related mental decline, such as Alzheimer’s disease, and other age-related memory issues. Adding to this growing list was new research published last month in the journal Neurology that shows that there may be correlation between blood type and the increases risk for developing these age related…

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Quick Weight Loss Programs

*In Defense of Fast Weight Loss

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Extreme diets get a bad rap — but is it deserved? To keep pounds off for good, you should lose weight slowly over time, right? Not so fast. Adding to a growing body of research on the benefits of quick weight-loss programs, a new study in The Lancet: Diabetes and Endocrinology found that subjects who followed a short, extreme diet were more likely to hit their long-term pound-shedding goals as compared to people who followed a more moderate plan. The study involved 200 obese adults, who took part in a…

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