The Top 4 Foods Everyone Should Be Eating to Prevent Cognitive Decline

The brain needs a range of nutrients to function optimally, and when it doesn’t get the raw material to build brain cells or keep the lines of communication open between them, signs of cognitive decline develop. If your diet is causing more harm than good, it’s time to make a change. Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline are preventable chronic diseases, so …

The Top 3 Ways to Flush out Toxins and Boost Thyroid Function

Toxins from the environment disrupt your thyroid function and can trigger the immune system to attack and damage thyroid cells. This injury can lead to the most common cause of low thyroid: Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. When toxins reduce T3 levels, your resting metabolic rate drops, and you tend to gain weight. Preventing exposure to these toxins is the first step, but …

Type 2 Diabetics! These 5 Metals Are Messing with Your Blood Sugar Balance

If you have type 2 diabetes, I’m sure you’ve been coached on the importance of balancing macronutrients such as carbs, protein, and fat. But when’s the last time your provider talked to you about your micronutrient status? Essential minerals classified as metals are consumed in our diets and are crucial for blood sugar regulation along with every biological function in …

Recent Study Finds New Ways to Fight Cognitive Decline

While we’ve long known that the lymphatic system was the clearing house for the rest of the body, it wasn’t until a short time ago that scientists located a lymphatic system within the brain. This led researchers to ask, “Could improving the lymphatic system be a tool for reducing cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s?” This is what you need to know. …

Don’t miss the 3 commonly overlooked clues that your thyroid is in danger

The well-known symptoms of low thyroid are fatigue, weight gain, pain, insomnia, depression, and cold intolerance. But for many low thyroid sufferers, the earliest signs of thyroid problems may begin with symptoms that are on the opposite end of the spectrum, reflecting a condition called Hashitoxicosis. That is because the majority of those with low thyroid have autoimmune thyroiditis, also …

15 Tricks to Get a Good Night’s Sleep and Support Your Thyroid

Low thyroid function comes along with inhibited adrenal function, and studies have found that insomnia is linked to a dysfunction in the HPA axis and improperly produced cortisol. Unfortunately, this means that cortisol spikes that occur in the middle of the night are very possible. This has the potential to wake you up with a racing heart and terrible anxiety. …

Four Serious Illnesses Caused By Diabetes

Diabetes can be difficult to manage, but high blood sugar can signify that there’s a lot more wrong in your body than you previously thought. Often, an existing disease can lead to insulin resistance and vice versa. This link makes it hard to point fingers; which disease causes which? The answer is important, of course, but more importantly is the …

What Your Doctor DOESN’T Tell You About Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease

Despite what conventional medicine says, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) can be reversed. By following customized treatment approaches, over 3000 Americans have experienced an AD reversal with a 92% success rate. Each plan has similar foundations, yet they are tweaked based on their test results and specific imbalances. Quite different from the monotherapeutic health care plan you receive with traditional health care, …

Four “Musts” When You’re Living With Hashimoto’s

And if you are suffering from HT, you already know how frustrating it can be when trying to figure out where to start with a treatment plan. In patients with this autoimmune condition, immune cells incorrectly flag healthy thyroid cells as dangerous invaders and destroy them with antibodies. Because this will ultimately impede the production of thyroid hormones, the metabolic …