Entries by Nicole Eveleth

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How To Improve Energy

Are you feeling the winter blues? It’s easy to feel lethargic this time of year, especially if you feel trapped indoors due to weather conditions. However, this long-term limited mobility can have serious negative effects, like hormonal imbalances. This is why it’s important to find ways to improve your energy to maintain good health. Improve […]

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What can I Do About Hair Loss?

What Is Hair Loss? Hair loss, or shedding, is a natural part of the hairlife cycle.Then again, if you’re a woman noticing bald spots or excessive shedding, you could be dealing with more serious hair loss issues. Regular HairLoss:Between 50-100 hairs a day, occasionally increases due to stressors (Telogen Effluvium) such as weight loss, pregnancy, […]

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What Is Gut Health?

Your gut, also known as your gastrointestinal (GI) system, is one of the foundational building blocks in your body. Did you know there are approximately 100 million nerve endings lining your gut wall? No wonder our gut is referred to as our “second brain,” since 90% of our mood-related hormones, such as serotonin and dopamine, […]

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How do I beat the Winter Blues?

Beating the Winter Blues Try as we may to keep a positive outlook on life, there’s no denying that our environment affects the way we feel. As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, many of us find ourselves struggling to stay cheerful. This is an understandable shift from the carefree summer months, […]

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What is Insulin Resistance?

The Facts About Insulin Resistance According to Everyday Health, your body “breaks down carbs into glucose, or sugar, which is then released into your bloodstream [for energy].” In order for glucose to be properly absorbed, you need healthy levels of insulin, a hormone produced in your pancreas. Insulin resistance is when your body needs more […]

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Could you have leaky gut syndrome?

Getting Real About Leaky Gut Syndrome While a healthy intestine allows proper absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream, a damaged intestine doesn’t produce enzymes essential in protecting your immune system. Leaky gut syndrome, also known as “intestinal permeability,” is a condition where the lining of the small intestine becomes damaged and allows toxic waste and […]