Do Food Intolerances Contribute to Gallbladder Symptoms?

Do you feel pain or nausea after eating? Maybe you experience other digestive issues, but find the symptoms hard to sort out. Could it be gallbladder symptoms, irritable bowel syndrome or food intolerances? Could food intolerances be causing gallbladder symptoms?   Food intolerances may be a hidden cause behind many forms of digestive upsets, as…

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Three Natural Ways to Eliminate Perimenopause Symptoms

For many women menopause is an uncomfortable, if not miserable, succession of perimenopause symptoms running the gamut from headaches to incontinence to hot flashes. But Dr. Marina Rose, along with other practitioners of Functional Medicine, is changing the way that women think about menopause. In her article about her book The Wisdom of Menopause, Christiane…

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Yes, Angelina, There is a Cancer Cause. And it’s Not Your Genes.

Yes, Angelina, there is a Cancer Cause… and it’s not your genes.   According to the National Cancer Institute the estimated risk of cancer from having a ‘faulty’ BRCA gene is likely to be inaccurate due to the way in which the studies were performed. The studies were on families with many individuals affected by a variety…

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Gallbladder Symptoms | Where They Come from and What You Can Do

If you’ve ever experienced a gallbladder attack, or heard the dreaded tale of one you might be wondering: What leads to gallbladder symptoms? There are actually different conditions that may cause gallbladder pain or other gallbladder symptoms.   Gallbladder symptoms may be caused by gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder, or a combination of both. It’s…

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Brain Fog? It Could be Caused by Your Hormones

Constantly wondering what was that final item on your grocery list? Or how about your new neighbor’s name?  Thinking you are losing your mind because you can’t remember? Perimenopause symptoms may be to blame. If you’re between the ages of 35 and 50 and you are having trouble thinking clearly, it could be a sign…

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You could have Gallstones With or Without Gallbladder Symptoms

Gallstones are a common health concern. They are more common in women, but men get them too with estimates of 10% of Americans having gallstones. Surprisingly, though about 80% of people who do have gallstones do not experience any gallbladder symptoms.   So how do you know if you have them? Gallstones are often detected…

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Balance Perimenopause Symptoms with Plant-based Hormones

Are you finding yourself struggling with perimenopause symptoms? To say the least it is a very difficult transition between fertility and menopause…Maybe it feels like an ongoing case of PMS. Perhaps you wake up at night with a hot flash and find that you can’t get back to sleep. Or maybe you  feel more depressed or…

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5 Easy Ways to Handle Acid Reflux Symptoms in Pregnancy

For many pregnant women, acid reflux symptoms are a daily reality, especially as pregnancy progresses into the 2nd or 3rd trimester. If you are tired of having heartburn, consider some of these simple home remedies.   Eat smaller meals more frequently. When your stomach is not as full reflux is less likely to occur. Eliminate…

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Rapid Weight Loss Could Lead to Gallbladder Symptoms

We all know that maintaining a healthy weight is vital for staying disease-free. However, what you may not know is losing weight too quickly is actually linked to the development of gallbladder symptoms.   Crash diets and other schemes that involve extreme calorie restriction for quick weight loss have been connected with the formation of…

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Perimenopause | Hidden Hormones behind Hot Flashes

Do you think hot flashes and menopause go hand in hand? Hot flashes are common among perimenopause symptoms, but they’re not inevitable. It is not just your changing estrogen levels that are creating those uncomfortable heat waves. There are other hormones contribute to hot flashes.   Stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol from your adrenal glands both contribute to…

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How Women can Avoid Gallbladder Symptoms

Did you know that both gallstones and gallbladder symptoms are more common among women. The good news is that gallstones are not inevitable. But, how do you know if you are at risk? And, what can you do to avoid developing gallbladder problems? As Dr. Oz says, being a woman in your reproductive years, being overweight…

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Perimenopause Symptoms- The link Between Food and Hot Flashes

Do your hot flashes come at the most inconvenient times? Like when you’re in the middle of an important phone call and the waiter walks up to take your order? Hot flashes and other perimenopause symptoms are connected to changing sex hormone levels. But hot flashes may also be triggered by choosing certain foods.  …

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How to Eat to Avoid Gallbladder Symptoms and Why You Need your Gallbladder

Gallbladder removal is one of the most common surgeries, so it’s easy to believe that you don’t really need to have one. But the gallbladder actually serves many important function in keeping you healthy and there are steps that you can take to keep it. The gallbladder is a pouch like organ that sits beneath…

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Simple Ways to Find Comfort for your Acid Reflux Symptoms

Can’t enjoy meals because you are struggling with your acid reflux symptoms? Is it hard to get a meal down without paying the price later with a fiery stomach? Fortunately, there are easy steps to take for acid reflux symptoms right at home.   Acid reflux is a common digestive complaint. A lot of people turn…

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Hormones and Perimenopause Symptoms: Clearing the Confusion

Feeling tired? Slugglish? Are you sick living with perimenopause symptoms from day to day? Even trying to make sense of all the information out there about what is going on with your body is simply exhausting!  It seems like everyone has an opinion, especially when they talk about what seems like opposite levels of hormones. Are perimenopause…

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