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The Impact of Toxic Metals on Adrenal Function and How to Test for Adrenal Fatigue

Toxic metals are everywhere. Arsenic is in your rice crackers. Mercury is in your sushi. Baby food may contain lead, cadmium, and other toxic metals. Even your dark chocolate might be contaminated with cadmium and lead! Unfortunately, everyone has toxic metals in their body, and the more toxic metals present in YOUR body, the higher YOUR risk of developing many health concerns, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.

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Chelated Calcium as a Natural Remedy for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Fortunately, there are natural remedies available that may support a healthy symptom-free menstrual cycle. One option to discuss with your doctor is calcium. A recent systematic review compiled data from 14 clinical studies and determined serum calcium levels trend lower in women who experience PMS. The evidence analyzed also suggests calcium supplementation could significantly improve PMS symptoms.

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Beyond Fertility – The Effects of Progesterone on Pain Management, Immune Function, and Bone Remodeling

This is our third blog post about progesterone, which is a fascinating hormone produced by the adrenal glands, reproductive organs, and brain in men and women. Yes - men need progesterone too, even though progesterone is often thought of as a female hormone required for a healthy pregnancy and fertility. While progesterone is produced in the most robust amounts during pregnancy, progesterone is an important hormone that supports general health in both women and men.

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The Beneficial Effects of Optimal Salivary Progesterone Levels on Fertility in Men and Women

The word progesterone means “promoting gestation,” and progesterone is often considered a female hormone since high progesterone levels are present during healthy pregnancy. But - progesterone is also an important hormone that supports fertility and general health in men... In men, progesterone, which is a precursor for testosterone production, is predominately produced by the adrenal glands and the testes. Continue reading this blog post to learn more about the beneficial effects of optimal salivary progesterone levels on fertility in women and men.

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