When women hit that time of the month, you wonder is there anything you can do to ease the symptoms. We know you can take an over the counter pills, such as Midol, but what about the natural approach?
By reducing yeast and sugar it can helped mood swings, fatigue, and believe it or not, sugar cravings can go from severe to mild…
Introducing… Tracy L. Kay!!! The health and wellness author of The Wellness Mindset. This book provides you with 5 Keys to building super health.
Now, allow me to give you some background information on Tracy… her life was changed forever when she was diagnosed with cancer.
However, she has walked the walk and regained her health. Then, she become a graduate of Matthew Kenney Academy Online specializing in culinary nutrition. WOW!
Thanksgiving has all the trimmings such as butternut squash soup, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, sweet potatoe pie topped with marshmallows, cranberry sauce, and of course the turkey. We all know that turkey contains tryptophan, which can make you very sleepy. Most dinner parties will have wine, as the preferred beverage.
Do you suffer from digestive disorders, migraines, obesity, chronic fatigue, skin disorders, or arthritis? It maybe the result of food and chemical sensitivities.
So how many food allergies do you have? Find out with the ALCAT. This is a test panel that can tell you your food intolerances (not allergies.) It can test up to 200 foods by its interaction with your body’s white blood cells.
A good multivitamin is the main foundation of health and nutrition for a healthy lifestyle. Today lets discuss Alpha tocopherol, the scientific name for vitamin E.
To get this vitamin the natural, good, old-fashion way is to consume vegetables, nuts, and fruits. Dark leafy greens such as turnip greens, dandelion greens, and spinach are excellent sources. Tomatoes, broccoli, and sweet potatoes are all high in this vitamin too. Nuts and seeds include peanuts, hazelnuts, brazil nuts, and sunflower seeds. Apples, nectarines, apricots, mango, kiwi, and peaches are loaded with this vitamin.
Pharmaceutical, prescription drugs can be gluten free. Whether you believe it or not. Now, you may think that just food and cosmetics (for dermatitis herpetiformis) have to be gluten free, but so do medications.
Some drug companies have been telling consumers, that some of the drugs they manufacture contain gluten. It appears that the reason their drugs are cross contaminated is due to sugar alcohols as excipients.
Welcome to The Gluten Free and Allergen Free Expo! This is the premier consumer show in the U.S. It offers cooking classes and vendor fairs.
Jen Cafferty is the CEO of this wonderful expo and is the host for a television series for those living a gluten and allergen-free lifestyle. The show is called Living Free TV. Basically, she is a nationally recognized expert on cooking and living gluten free.