There’s a significant neurological force than can make change challenging. It’s called The Habit Loop. But the good news is that we can flip The Habit Loop on its head and get it to work in our favor.
Here are three soothing – and simple – ways to help keep your hormones and immune system in check.
Are grains categorically bad for everyone with autoimmunity? New research is showing that true whole grains, when prepared properly, improve the health of our gut microbiome. Yes, this flies in the face of everything we’ve been told.
It was my husband, in the kitchen, with the toast…
I used to suffer from digestive issues, weight gain and weight loss resistance, shingles, infertility, and more. Here’s how I changed my game from whack-a-mole to skee ball and changed my outcomes.
Although low blood sugar can cause short-term concerns for many of us, consistently high blood sugar poses serious, long-term risks, especially for those with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or those with a history of extreme stress.