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3 Ways to Combat Hot Flashes in the Heat of the Summer

It’s hot out there ladies. The summer can be torturous enough without the added “bonus” of menopause (1). In addition to a slowed metabolism, skin changes, and sometimes, insomnia, hot flashes are a regular occurrence for women dealing with menopause. However...

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8 Ways to Boost Your Health During Women’s Health Week

National Women’s Health Week is May 13th to 19th and there has never been a better time to take control of your health. e’ve come up with 8 ways to boost your health during women’s health week including 3 simple natural supplements, Parker Naturals Bee Pollen, Hormone Balance and Hairvescense.

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3 Delicious, Anti-Inflammatory Recipes to Add to Your Meal Plan

Inflammation, while often uncomfortable, is a sign that the body is protecting itself against infection. When the immune system notices a potential threat like a virus, bacteria or toxin, it responds by going to work against the problem. This process, while generally beneficial, causes symptoms from swelling and pain at the site of an injury, to coughs, sneezing and the general aches and pains associated with the common cold.  Occasionally the body will become inflamed when there are no dangerous foreign invaders present and this can cause a host of problems from allergies to arthritis. Whether you’re suffering from inflammation...

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5 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Thyroid Health

The thyroid, a butterfly-shaped gland in the neck is sometimes described as the body’s thermostat. It is essential to the healthy functioning of many organs in the body, including the heart, brain, liver and skin. A problematic thyroid disrupts the body’s temperature and metabolism causing everything from weight gain, to sluggishness, depression and even dry skin and aching muscles.   Because the symptoms of hypothyroidism can be ambiguous, they are often misdiagnosed as normal aging and stress but according to The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, more than 10% of the population may suffer from hypothyroidism. Some experts claim that...

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