My slow cooker is an indispensable tool of convenience in my kitchen. Prepped meals are stored in the freezer and into the slow cooker.
A frequent complaint about making dietary changes is that healthier foods are more expensive and state that they can’t possibly afford healthy eating.
Last week, I began a discussion about Alzheimer’s. I shared the suggestion that Alzheimer’s risk is not so much a genetic factor as diet and lifestyle.
It is one of the leading cause of death in the US. Cases of Alzheimer’s are on the rise with 5.2 million Americans currently affected.
Xenoestrogens are a general grouping of molecules that imitate the hormone estrogen in the body. They mainly come from synthetic pesticides and plastics.
There is no other purpose because fluoride is not an essential nutrient for good health (there is no such thing as a fluoride deficiency).
Inability to fall asleep, or falling back to sleep, plagues most people at times. While we blame stress the root cause is likely chemical or hormonal.
Autoimmune diseases are on the rise. In these unique conditions where there is no infection, the immune system begins to attack a specific area of the body.
So if it’s not dysfunction of the brain, and antidepressants aren’t the answer, what do you do for depression? Let’s look at each of the causes for clues.
The difference with a root cause mindset is that, eventually, symptoms may actually go away for good, instead of a life-long struggle with issue A, B, or C.