“If you’d rather mop the floor than have sex, that’s a problem.” Is one of my favorite quotes from Harvard trained MD Sarah Gottfried.
PCOS, PMS problems, Amenorrhea and other female hormone problems are way too common in our western society. A shocking statistic I recently saw was 10.9% of US women are infertile and it is likely the true number is even higher.
Reproduction is a hallmark of health
Our bodies are built for it, our brains are wired for it, and our hormones beg us to partake. And anything that disrupts this natural order will create chronic health problems.
As a man I can never fully appreciate the female cycle of hormones. But I can observe those around me and notice the glowing skin, radiating feminine energy and confidence of those whose hormones are working for them. I can also observe those struggling with imbalances and how it wrecks libido, skin, mood, energy, body image and balance in their lives.
Of course the tricky part is that almost every manifestation of female hormone issues is completely unique. Your symptoms, your rhythms and the manifestations of them are completely unique to you. [click to continue…]
Every time I read a beautiful IBD success story I go, “Ahhhh.”
It’s like a tall glass of water on a hot day.
Nothing beats it.
And today, our friend Chelsie is here to share her Ulcerative Colitis success story. She’s willing to open up and tell us how she put her UC in remission. I’m so grateful she’s open to this, because it’s an incredible story about a single Mom doing what she needed to do to take control of her health and take care of her kids.
I hope you enjoy it
“19 months ago… a colonoscopy led to a diagnosis of extensive Ulcerative Colitis”
19 months ago after 3 months of unbearable chronic daily migraine, constant vomiting, stomach cramps and 10-12 episodes per day of bloody & mucus filled diarrhea a colonoscopy led to a diagnosis of extensive Ulcerative Colitis.
As I lay in the theater a cheery nurse told me I didn’t have cancer but I did have uc. She said she had prescribed me Prednisone and Mesalazine. I asked her if diet could help she said “no that’s Crohn’s” and told me the steroids would make me feel better, but she giggled when she told me I was going to look like a “little chipmunk” and puffed out her cheeks very kindly just to demonstrate a bit. [click to continue…]
Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase or MTHFR is part of a growing group of genetic research that has the ability to radically transform our health. Specifically MTHFR is a marker for potential enzyme deficiency in methylation.
If you or a loved one have problems like:
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Or maybe you’d rather avoid some of the disease above. Then keep reading because this gene mutation could hold the key to better health. [click to continue…]
Should a Non-Celiac be gluten-free? This used to get you laughed out of a doctors office but the idea that gluten sensitivity is real has recently received some validation the in research. Which is great news for all the Non-Celiac’s who have been telling their doctors this for years. This past Sunday a gluten expert panel spent an hour covering these ideas and more common questions about gluten. [click to continue…]
The content of our Website and any products sold from this Website is intended for informational purposes only and is not written by medical professionals. Readers should not act upon any information provided on this Website without seeking advice from a licensed physician. This Website is not intended to create a physician-patient relationship between us and any user of this Website.
Feel free to contact us through Email: email@example.com Phone:1-888-536-4496 or by Mail: SFK LLC PO BOX 651, Grand Ledge, MI 48837.