The shocking truth about Gluten that has been kept a secret from you may also be keeping you sick. Or, rather, I should say, — the misinformation campaigns about gluten have misled you in such a way that may not necessarily be in your best interest. Much of the information here comes from Mary Frost’s …
Hot Flashes and night sweats are thyroid symptoms. The thyroid gland regulates body temperature. The adrenal glands use a hormone called aldosterone, a mineral corticoid, that regulates sodium and potassium levels in the blood stream. Sodium and potassium are also very important in order to regulate blood pressure. The renin / angiotensin system is dependent upon aldosterone. Angiotensin I is converted to Angiotensin II with the substance called renin in the distal renal tubules of the kidneys. This process can only take place when aldosterone are present in the right levels in the blood stream. This is the main system responsible for normal healthy blood pressure. Hot flashes and night sweats are a result of both thyroid and adrenal dysfunction.
symptoms of a major detoxification? Most of what we hear are rumors and philosophical opinions. As a San Rafael Functional Medicine Doctor, I would like to set the record straight on the subject of detoxification and healing. There is just too much confusion out there and we need to cut through all of the confusion and create some clarity. What is the science behind detoxification? How do you know whether or not the detoxification you are experiencing is healthy or unhealthy? Detoxification signs and symptoms may include skin rash, headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, headaches and a number of other unpleasantries.
Proper vision care can change your life, and help keep your mental health intact as well. In fact, poor vision resulting from the wrong type of eyeglasses prescription may even lead to brain dysfunction.
The connection between your eyes and your brain is more profound than you may think. Focusing on your vision is vital. (No pun intended). And knowing whom to trust with your eyesight is just as important.