Healthy Glands

How to Deal With Sugar Cravings

…been found to do everything from aggravate the symptoms of ADHD, unbalance hormone production leading to acne, and disrupt the function of adrenal glands and subsequently the ability to manage stress (cortisol issues), in addition to being a leading cause of obesity and diabetes. This is why I am so…

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What's the Difference Between a Probiotic and a Digestive Enzyme?

…in foods like yogurt and fermented vegetables. Digestive enzymes are chemicals produced by our bodies in the pancreas, small intestine, salivary glands, and stomach. When we eat our food our digestive system requires the food to be broken down into nutrients before absorption and digestive enzymes…

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The Power of Proper Sleep

I can still remember as a child learning the rhyme, "Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise." Wouldn't it be nice if that's all there was to it? First, let me dispel two common myths that you may be thinking right now: one, that you need less sleep as you get older, and two…

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Three Foods That Promote Prostate Health

…. Since June is National Men’s Health Month, I thought it was a good time to shed some light on three foods that can help to keep your prostate healthy. 1. Lycopene-rich foods found primarily in cooked tomatoes (tomato paste), watermelons, and pink grapefruit, have been shown to reduce PSA levels…

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