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The Definitive Guide to Paleo and PMS

Perhaps nothing is more complex and infuriating than hormones who aren’t playing nice. Women are subject to the cyclical tug of war that happens between the two dominant reproductive hormones, estrogen and progesterone, with others stepping in at various times of the menstrual cycle. While some women will never experience PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome), hormone imbalances, or other similar issues, there are many who suffer on a regular basis. When hormones are not balanced, women will experience a wide range of … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Probiotic

If you went Paleo because of digestive health issues or other severe conditions of the intestines like Crohn’s disease, IBD, or ulcerative colitis, you’ve probably been taking probiotics. In fact, many who switched to a Paleo diet for autoimmune reasons, chronic health reasons, thyroid problems, hormone issues, or other conditions involving the stomach eventually start focusing on leaky gut and overall gut health, and for good reason. If your gut isn’t protecting your body from an onslaught of toxins and … Continue reading

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Paleo Superfoods for Adrenal Health

The adrenal glands are two small organs that sit around the middle of the back, above the kidneys. They produce hormones, including reproductive hormones and stress hormones that help you produce life, grow life, and survive life. Cortisol is probably the most notable adrenal hormone that is produced in response to stress. Adrenal glands, as all endocrine organs, are susceptible to hormone fluctuations based on a number of factors, including diet, food allergies, stress, lifestyle, and resting habits. A Paleo … Continue reading

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The Best Paleo Foods for Kidney Health

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that sit around the middle of the back. Most people don't give their kidneys much thought unless there's an issue, but by that point, the pain can be excruciating. There are specific nutrients and foods that can keep these little organs working effectively and efficiently, and we want you to know about the best Paleo foods for kidney health (complete with recipes to get you started). What Do Kidneys Do? Kidneys filter and collect toxins from … Continue reading

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5 Paleo Foods To Support Your Liver Naturally

Your liver is your largest internal organ, and while most associate it with things like metabolizing alcohol, did you know that it performs tasks that are associated with a wide variety of body systems like: collecting toxins for removal from the body, clearing old hormones from circulation, producing necessary cholesterol, and making proteins that help your blood properly clot? That’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to liver health, but you can see how a liver that … Continue reading

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Make Thanksgiving a Healthy Habit

Fall into Thanksgiving Mmmm...I just love the spicy-sweet scent of cinnamon, the sound of crisp fallen leaves crunching under my feet, and the warmth of the season’s first crackling fire in the wood stove. The fall season is finally upon us and Thanksgiving is right around the corner! What does the word Thanksgiving conjure up in your mind? Perhaps it's turkeys, pilgrims, pumpkin pies, or cornucopias. Maybe you think of family, food, and fun-filled memories. Or perhaps, the word elicits a … Continue reading

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Sean Croxton’s SexyBack Summit (Let’s Talk about Sex, Shall We?)

It’s about time someone talked about this. Our medical doctors (at least most of them) certainly won’t. All they ever do is throw pills at it -- pills that make the pharma companies a ton of money but never truly solve the real problem. I mean, I can’t be the only one frustrated with our take-this-pill-and-come-back-when- you-have-side-effects medical model. These days, more and more people are actively seeking natural solutions for digestive problems, foggy brain, insomnia, depression, and weight gain … Continue reading

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