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The Hormone Rescuer

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Restore your calm during the change—and after. If you’re in the throes of perimenopause or otherwise feeling betrayed by your body, there is relief in sight. You might not even realize that you’re experiencing deficiency-related symptoms. Do any of the following resonate with you? • Anxiety • Apathy • Body odor increase • Concentration problems • Constipation • Depression • Irritability • Memory loss • Muscle cramps • Muscle tremors Read More

I’m Too Young For This!

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Symptoms & Solutions: When Perimenopause Strikes As Early As Your 30s…And Beyond. “Perimenopause can catch you off guard,” writes Sara Gottfried, MD, author of The Hormone Cure and The Hormone Reset Diet, “but remember that it’s just another stage of life.  With awareness and a few simple adjustments you can navigate it with grace and joy.” Weight gain, difficulty losing weight, bloating, brain fog, depression, dizziness, fatigue, insomnia, loss of Read More

Reversing Perimenopause Misery

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The Natural Hormone Solution One little comment can really make your day! And that was certainly the case this weekend. I was introduced to a new friend who suddenly looked at me with a started look and proclaimed, “Oh my gosh! You’re the same Ann Louise that wrote Before the Change—it changed my life!” We then went on to discuss the trials and tribulations of a “misdiagnosed menopause” and how one of the Peri-Zappers I discussed turned her Read More

Could You Be in Perimenopause?

What you need to know about the change before the change. What on Earth was happening to my body? Exhausted after several nights of not being able to sleep properly, here I was again, awake at 4 A.M., feeling palpitations in my heart. Until this began, I would have slept through a hurricane. Was this the start of a heart condition or a nervous breakdown? After a productive but extremely Read More

Balance Your Hormones, Safely!

So…wouldn’t you know that the most dramatic decrease in breast cancer incidence came between 2002 and 2003. It simply plummeted by a stunning 15% in women over the age of 50. So, what was it that created such an impressive statistical decline? Could it have been Tamoxifen? A new drug, perhaps? Maybe new guidelines from the National Cancer Insititute? Flaxseeds in every Long Life Cocktail 🙂 Well…the truth is that Read More