Jill’s Health Articles
How I Fixed my Blood Sugar
I USED TO have pre-diabetes! I went on a journey to rid myself of my blood sugar issues and I wanted to share it with all of you.
I had a blood sugar issue.
In fact, for two years, I was pre-diabetic. After running a DNA test, I discovered that I had 2 variants for type II Diabetes!
Order and Refill Your Supplements For your convenience, I offer a variety of ways to order and refill supplements. The suppliers below offer all the products I carry in my office, so you may order directly through these retailers and have them shipped to you. If you...
Enhance your Brain!
CBS Health News today tweets an article about preventing dementia with learning music. www.cbc.ca/news/health/learning-music-early-builds-up-brain-s-reserves-against-dementia. It reminds me of reading about a brain issue that a client recently came in with.
Invest in Self Care
Why Invest in Your Own Self (Care)
Why not just start with stress. We all have it, (most all of us). When not managed it can cause many symptoms!
Plagued by Depression, Mood Swings and Anxiety?
Ninety-five percent of our neurotransmitters are in our gut. So does this explain when we are constipated why we are so grumpy – I’d say “YES”. We only have one-two percent located in our central nervous system, (our brain and spinal column).
How to Read a Label
One of the things I do is teach people how to eat. When you go grocery shopping the best place to start is the labels on the sides of all the boxes and bags. The ingredients list has always been there. I look for a few things on every label.
Children’s Medicine Cabinet
Here are some ideas to help start your natural medicine cabinet. These are either liquid – in glycerine or powder you can add to juice. VS-C for viruses and liver/immune problems OREGON GRAPE for bacterial infections ULTIMATE ECHINACEA for immune, lymphatic, headache, achy, fevers and chills
Each year in the United States, 1.3 million people over 45 years of age experience bone fractures associated with osteoporosis. For women, the most rapid rate of bone loss occurs in the first five years after menopause, beginning around age 45 when body hormone supplies undergo a dramatic change. The rate of bone loss then drops to about 1 per cent per year.
Men Go Through Menopause Too!
Okay, I hear men – have for 15 years – starting with my father when my mother was going through menopause, talk about the woman in their life going through menopause and how hard it is on them. But, I have rarely heard women talk about the husband’s version of menopause, called andropause.
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