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Hormones

Are you estrogen dominant?

Of the tens of thousands of women I’ve met, one of the more common hormonal patterns I see is estrogen dominance. This is where estrogen levels are too high in relation to progesterone in the second half of a woman’s cycle.

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Beauty

How stress ages us

How often do you feel overwhelmed by the everyday tasks in your life? When everything feels urgent or we perceive immense amounts of pressure in our daily lives, it communicates stress to our body. And for far too many people, this is becoming a daily occurrence

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Beauty

Inflammation and Ageing

Inflammation is one of the major drivers behind ageing. Put simply, inflammation is your immune system’s response to a stimulus – usually problematic substances that have entered your body or been created in your body.

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Beauty

How do we age?

When we hear the words “anti-ageing” most of us think about the outside of our body—the part of us that other people see. We want to look good for our age; to have beautiful, unblemished taut skin and a youthful glow.

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Stress

The Side-Effects of Fast Living

There are some periods in our life that are unavoidably busy. We might have multiple deadlines, an influx of unavoidable commitments or it’s school holidays and we’re trying to juggle between kids and work. But what happens if that busyness never subsides?

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Health & Wellbeing

Preventing Illness or Disease

For many people, it takes a health crisis to wake them up to make changes to their lifestyle choices. But by this time, those health problems may be incredibly challenging to address. Some may even be irreversible, with only improvements, not a cure, possible.

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Hormones

Is It Just Lousy Genes?

Do you ever wonder if you were just given lousy genes? We’re told that our genetics plays a pivotal role in our health picture — for example, that ultimately it’s genetics that’s responsible for our body shape and size or whether we will develop a particular illness or disease.

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