Do you have a Magnesium Deficiency?

You may be experiencing symptoms of magnesium deficiency, and not even realize it.  It is estimated that up to 50% of Americans are not getting enough of this crucial mineral.  The National Institute of Health states;

“Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, including protein […]

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The Ketogenic Diet

Hormone FIT is in fact a ketogenic diet.  Thank you to Dr. David Perlmutter, MD for sharing this article about some other seen benefits for being on a ketogenic diet.  Other than weight loss, that is…  Here is a snippet of the article published in the medical journal Current Treatment Options in Neurology.

The ketogenic diet initially […]

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Balance Your Hormones – Skip the sugar drinks!

If I were to give you one piece of advice it would be that the MOST simple way to balance your hormones is to SKIP the sugar drinks.  This would include soda, juice, and any other drinks that sugar is added to.  When you consume any of these drinks, high amounts of insulin are released […]

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Why you should always keep an open mind.

Do you consider yourself to have an open mind? Science is what your life is made of.  It is an explanation for us of how we observe things to be working.  Science is great for a lot of people, because humans seem to want an explanation!  A lot of times it can be confusing though… […]

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6 Steps for Total Health and Fitness

I cannot stress enough the impact that total body health can have on your fitness.  It is very easy to create inflammation in your body.  Inflammation can result from stress, not enough sleep, excessive exercise, nutrient deficiencies, consuming excessive fried foods, refined sugars, processed foods, and preservatives/dyes.  As you can see, it is quite easy […]

By |October 29th, 2013|Diet, Exercise, Health Tips, Motivation, Supplementation|Comments Off on 6 Steps for Total Health and Fitness

Jump start your metabolism in the morning

You can jump start your metabolism in the morning, every morning.  Each day when we awake is a new day to treat our bodies with the care and love we deserve.  As our bodies have been regenerating and repairing throughout the night, the morning brings an empty canvas. A great way to jump start your […]

By |July 20th, 2013|Blurb, Diet, Health Tips|Comments Off on Jump start your metabolism in the morning

21 days to make a habit

Have you ever heard the saying “It takes 21 days to make a habit”?  Well it’s not just a saying, there is science behind it.  If you practice something (specifically which you do not have a propensity to do) for 21 days, your neural connections actually change in order to support whatever it is as […]

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You don’t want a ‘Grain Brain’!

If you have not seen or heard of neurologist Dr. Perlmutter’s new book “Grain Brain,” you need to check it out! Very educational and useful information for your health! This information supports eating right for your hormones!  And I truly believe diet is 85% (I just made this number up) of fitness!  Without putting proper […]

By |May 9th, 2013|Blurb, Diet, Health Tips|Comments Off on You don’t want a ‘Grain Brain’!

Hormone FIT

Are you ready to give up on your weight loss goals?  Don’t give up yet!  You may be looking at weight loss from the wrong angle!

Balancing your hormones is a key factor in losing that last couple inches.  Check out my ebook program to get started!

Get Hormone FIT now!

By |May 9th, 2013|Blurb, Diet, Exercise|Comments Off on Hormone FIT

Female Hormonal Imbalances

‘Female hormonal imbalances are often related to stress response. The more stress you’re under, the more it unbalances your cortisol levels. Not only is cortisol your primary stress hormone, it is a primary hormone in general, helping your body convert food into energy, normalize blood sugar, respond to stress and maintain your immune system’s inflammatory […]

By |May 4th, 2013|Diet, Exercise, Health Tips|Comments Off on Female Hormonal Imbalances