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Women’s Wellness!

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Women’s Wellness!

When I was in my early forties I quietly went through menopause. My doctor at the time was convinced that I needed to be on HRT. There was no indication that I had any kind of imbalance and while researching for my master’s thesis, I had read quite a bit on the potential risk HRT had for breast cancer, so I declined. He was so determined to see me go on HRT, that I finally left his practice, after being with him for 20 years. I needed a doctor that would allow me to play an active role in my own health care. Today with so many alternatives, and tons of good information about living a naturally healthy lifestyle, there is no reason to not entertain alternatives.

Wise Words — Anna Cabeca is the bestselling author of Keto-Green 16, The Hormone Fix and MenuPause. She has also developed a line of well-researched natural care products to relieve common issues such as vaginal dryness, incontinence, loss of libido and hormone imbalance, as well as nutritional supplements that complement her Keto-Green diet plans. She offers three online masterclasses, including Breeze Through Menopause, Sexual CPR and Magic Menopause. Her plans focus on the right nutrition and intermittent fasting to facilitate detox, support metabolism, increase insulin sensitivity and maintain an alkaline state. More than 90 percent of the symptom relief comes from food and lifestyle improvements.

Conscious Eating — Balancing Gluten – Celiac disease affects an estimated 1 percent or approximately 3 million Americans, although many of those have not been diagnosed, according to the Celiac Disease Foundation. For those allergic to wheat or other grains containing gluten or that have gluten-related disorders, permanently eliminating gluten is essential. “Changes in your diet can alter your microbiome within one to two days,” says Dr. Tom O’Bryan, an expert on wheat-related disorders, NCGS, celiac disease and their link to autoimmune diseases. “When you go on a gluten-free diet, you remove prebiotics that feed the good bacteria in your gut. This then causes the bad bacteria to flourish and reproduce, resulting in increased inflammation in your gut, a contributor to disease.” Whether a gluten-free diet is required because of a gluten-related disorder or by choice, it is essential to add prebiotic foods to replace the beneficial impacts lost when eliminating wheat and other grains. Prebiotic and probiotic supplements are a start, but consumption of vegetables is the key.

I find inflammation in the body interesting and have been on a mission for the past year and a half to rid my body of this dreaded precursor to chronic illness. A major key in the process involves solving our gut issues first. When we talk about digestion, we must include efficient elimination and look at it as a process critical to optimum health. Practicing intermittent fasting aids in this process as well as eating plenty of whole fresh foods and organic proteins. Happy Spring! 

To conscious living,

Pamela Gallina, Publisher

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