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6 Signs of Food Intolerance to Watch Out For

24th May, 2017
6 Signs Of Food Intolerance To Watch Out For (2)

Food intolerance can cause a slew of unpleasant signs and symptoms. The most obvious ones occur in the digestive system. These are more easily identified (and more easily associated with the food you are eating) than some of the other signs, which at first blush don’t appear to be related to diet. Although there are multiple causes for these digestive symptoms, if you have any of these regularly, or a combination of several, it’s worth checking to see if food…

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Adrenal Support Lifestyle

4 Ways Adrenal Fatigue is Sabotaging Your Energy

4th April, 2017

Adrenal Fatigue is a troublesome syndrome that affects millions. It occurs when your adrenal glands fail to produce the levels of cortisol your body needs to get you through ongoing, or chronic, stressful situations. It plays havoc with your body and your life. Insufficient cortisol has a profound impact on your organs, metabolism, cardiovascular system, fluid and electrolyte balance, and your heart. Even your sex drive is compromised. Many of these changes occur on a cellular or biochemical level, as…

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Lifestyle Press Coverage

Find me within these 60 Mind-Expanding Articles on Fitness, Nutrition and Health!

8th December, 2016

If you’re looking for the best (and probably the biggest) hand-collected and reviewed set of high-quality articles on fitness, nutrition, health, and personal training from all over the Internet, then https://personaltrainers.london could be just what you’re looking for. And guess what? One of my posts is featured in there! Have a great day!…

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Auto-Immune Lifestyle Thyroid Support

The FOUR things missing in your NHS thyroid blood test results, and how to ask for the tests you need!

3rd November, 2016

The standard NHS test for thyroid dysfunction measures TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone), and Free T4 (circulating levels of thyroxine). If you’re on medication for thyroid dysfunction, you’re probably getting these tested every three to four months and the results are probably within the normal ranges, while you feel anything but normal!…

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