As mentioned in previous articles, the key players of the endocrine system don’t work alone. When everything is working well, you should feel great as hormones are secreted in response to how much the body needs at any given time.
In previous articles, we have discussed key players in hormone health, specific hormones and their functions, as well as hormone connections and interactions. In Part 4, we take a closer look at some of the most common hormonal complaints.
Part 1 and 2 of this series discussed basic hormones and key players in their production. This week in Part 3, we will look at how various hormones and systems are interrelated and can affect each other.
Last week in Part 1 we looked at hormone basic and key players involved in these functions. This week we will dive further into specific hormones and how they work in the body.
According to women’s health expert, Lorna Vanderhaeghe, “hormones are chemical messengers that tell other systems throughout your body what to do, how to do it and when to do it.”
According to leading scientists, James A. Joseph, Ph.D., “one of the biggest discoveries is that colorful fruits and vegetables contain many disease-fighting compounds known as phytochemicals and that we need the protective benefits of the full spectrum of their bright colors.”
What is the main benefit of shopping at your local health food store? The answer is “staff assistance”. Staff assistance doesn’t just mean that someone is available to point you towards the Vitamin C aisle.
Like it or not, as we age we are naturally more susceptible to certain symptoms and health conditions.
Bone broth is made by simmering the bones (and other inedible parts) of a variety of animals and fish in a large stock pot with water, vegetables, herbs and spices for one to multiple days.