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Stop the Thyroid Madness™ - Hypothyroidism and thyroid mistreatment. Coping with an Overactive Thyroid and Hyperthyroidism Symptoms. What is Hyperthyroidism?

Coping with an Overactive Thyroid and Hyperthyroidism Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism is often referred to as an overactive thyroid and is a disorder of the thyroid, a small gland located just below the Adam’s Apple. This gland influences many of your bodily functions, such as physical growth and development, puberty, metabolism, organ function, fertility and body temperature. Thyroid problems: Stress and Thyroid | Ameer Rosic | Biohacking Expert. Did you know, Cortisol your stress hormone can destroy your metabolism by altering your T3 hormone to the inactive form rT3 causing you to have thyroid problems!

Thyroid problems: Stress and Thyroid | Ameer Rosic | Biohacking Expert

Thyroid Hormones T4 Synthesized from the amino acid tyrosine and iodine, is produced in the thyroid in response to TSH. 5 Uncommon Uses For Probiotics. Soon after the advent of the ‘germ theory of disease’ in the nineteenth century, the idea of voluntarily swallowing a pill full of bacteria would’ve sounded a little crazy.

5 Uncommon Uses For Probiotics

But as we learned more about the importance of the community of bacteria and other microorganisms occupying our intestines, eating probiotics has become the acceptable way to help re-populate our guts after courses of antibiotics or other stressors. As we’ve continued to learn, it appears that our gut bugs influence far more than our digestive function and our ability to stay ‘regular.’ In fact, probiotics often aren’t that effective at re-populating the gut flora anyway. (Prebiotics tend to work better.) Our understanding of how probiotics work is evolving, and this is broadening the scope of health issues that probiotics can help treat. Empath Heartbreak. Empaths are the sensitives among the sensitives.

Empath Heartbreak

Feeling other’s emotions so intensely that they assume these feelings are their own, empaths tend to struggle more with overwhelm than other HSP’s. Empaths are the wounded healers of the world, often able to help everyone except themselves. Empath heartbreak plays a big role in this. To heal, the brokenness needs to be faced. I can’t speak for all empaths, but I have a theory that applies to many, if not all. What Should You Eat To Heal a Leaky Gut?

(Created as a guest post for The Paleo Parents) If you are concerned that you may have, or could develop, a leaky gut, then changing your diet to one that protects the gut is a natural next step for you.

What Should You Eat To Heal a Leaky Gut?

If you are already battling health conditions related to having a leaky gut, then you will have to be more strict with your dietary choices and also address other lifestyle factors like getting good quality sleep, managing stress, finding time for low-strain exercise, and getting outside. The first and most important thing to do to heal a leaky gut is to stop eating foods that damage and inflame the gut lining! How Do Grains, Legumes and Dairy Cause a Leaky Gut? Part 2: Saponins and Protease Inhibitors.

(Created as a guest post for The Paleo Parents) One of the fundamental principles of paleolithic nutrition is to protect the lining of the gut by eliminating foods that damage it.

How Do Grains, Legumes and Dairy Cause a Leaky Gut? Part 2: Saponins and Protease Inhibitors

By prioritizing gut health, we are able to treat and prevent the many health issues associated with having a “leaky gut”. But how exactly do grains, legumes and dairy wreak so much havoc on the digestive tract? The damage caused by the lectins contained in grains and legumes (see Part 1) is made even worse by two other compounds found in these foods: saponins and protease inhibitors. How Do Grains, Legumes and Dairy Cause a Leaky Gut? Part 1: Lectins.

(Created as a guest post for The Paleo Parents) One of the fundamental principles of paleolithic nutrition is to protect the lining of the gut by eliminating foods that damage it.

How Do Grains, Legumes and Dairy Cause a Leaky Gut? Part 1: Lectins

By prioritizing gut health, we are able to treat and prevent the many health issues associated with having a “leaky gut”. But how exactly do grains, legumes and dairy wreak so much havoc on the digestive tract? There are several ways in which these foods create holes in the gut lining. An Interview with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. By Dr.

An Interview with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

Mercola Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is a formally trained Russian neurologist whose child developed autism.