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Hormonal naturopathic doctor and The Hormone Boost  author Natasha Turner, ND, listened intensely as a female patient sat across from her, lamenting on her struggles with maintaining a healthy weight. “I’ve been doing keto for months and at first, the weight was falling off me so easily. But now I’m gaining it back. I have no idea what happened!” Dr. Turner recalls the woman saying.


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April 14, 2019 ExerciseMental health

The scientists found that while those who exercised regularly tended to feel bad for 35 days a year, nonactive participants felt bad for 18 days more, on average. In addition, the researchers found that physically active people feel just as good as those who don't do sports but who earn about $25,000 more a year. Essentially, you'd have to earn a lot more to get you the same happiness-boosting effect that sport has.



FOR WOMEN OF A CERTAIN age, the prospect of approaching menopause can feel like venturing into the great unknown. Besides not having advance notice of when they're likely to reach this reproductive milestone, there has been a scarcity of safe, effective treatments to relieve the most bothersome symptoms related to the menopausal transition (such as hot flashes and night sweats). Fortunately, new developments offer considerable help on both fronts.



September 26, 2018 testosterone

Get a group of menopausal women together and the topic will inevitably turn to intimacy. More specifically, the lack of desire for intimacy. Owner of the Beauty Boutique in Jupiter, Gina Giannattasio, says hormones are always a hot topic among her clients.  She says, "If they're (hormones) not right, nothing else is right,  it's trickle down.


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