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Andropause

Andropause

What is Andropause? Previously called “Male Menopause” and now also referred to as “Low-T”, Andropause is the condition in men characterized by having lower Testosterone levels usually peak in the late teens and early twenties. There is a slow decline thereafter,...
Am I Hypothyroid?

Am I Hypothyroid?

Are You Fatigued? Do You Have Low energy? Your thyroid hormone, T3 (the active thyroid hormone), has many functions. One of these is to increase the number of mitochondria (power plants) in your cells. Your mitochondria are intracellular organelles that produce ATP...
Am I Hypothyroid?

Signs & Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism occurs as a result of too much thyroid hormone production. It is much less common than Hypothyroidism which occurs 5 times more often. The symptoms listed below are the most common for hyperthyroidism. These may also occur if you are being treated with...
Am I Hypothyroid?

Signs and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism affects many people. It is a condition with many potential symptoms, some more common than others. However, because everyone has different genetic makeup, nutritional inputs, exercise level, toxin exposure, etc., your individual set of symptoms will...
Gluten Sensitivity Syndrome – The Great Masquerader

Gluten Sensitivity Syndrome – The Great Masquerader

What is Gluten? Gluten consists of 2 proteins: gliadin and glutenin. They are stored with starch in the seeds (grain) of wheat and they provide nourishment for the seedlings to grow upon sprouting until the roots are established.   Uses of Gluten The word gluten...