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In a previous Clubhouse room, I participated in a discussion about collagen with some other nutrition professionals.
If you've been seeing these lists going around social media about where to get collagen, you have to be wary, especially if the list has many veggies in...
In this episode of the Less Stressed Life, I talk about one of the trends I've seen today in women's fertility health - seed cycling.
Seed cycling is basically encouraging you to consume a certain kind of seed during a specific part of your menstrual or perimenopausal cycle. Adding seeds to your...
It starts with a sneeze or two.
Then another round of sneezing happens, which triggers your eyes to water.
A little scratching here and there a few minutes after, and you don’t give it another thought.
The sneezing continues and your face feels warm.
If this bout of sneezing is...
Conceiving a baby is not a walk in the park.
It takes strength, patience, and determination to ensure the child in your belly is safe and healthy.
Some women immortalize their pregnancies with maternity photoshoots that capture their elegance, beauty, and poise while carrying around their baby's...
Let's talk about fertility preparation.
Trying to conceive means preparing your body and mind. For some couples, conceiving a child may be easy. On the other hand, other couples may have a more challenging time that may result from underlying health problems.
I'd like to oversimplify...
I've been talking a lot about stress and burnout from a nutritionist's perspective, but in this episode of The Less Stressed Life podcast, I look at these two using Enneagram.
So Enneagram is a system of personality typing. It has nine personality types and each one is a description of patterns...
How many sports drinks do you consume in a week?
How about coffee? Can you function without drinking it before you start your day?
Caffeine might just be the most widely used drug there is.
Readily available to consumers in various forms, it’s so easy to get addicted to this substance...
As I like saying, there is no "good" food nor "bad" food.
Each of us is intrinsically different, which means our needs, wants, culture, and how our bodies react will also be different.
The thing is, sometimes our body reacts differently to the everyday food we...
Stress is normal. It is the body's flight or fight response wired into us. Feeling stressed is normal, but how we react to it can vary. It provides the body with an extra shot of energy when needed and works as a warning sign. The extra burst of energy can motivate us to finish our work...
Lotions, creams, soaps… you’ve tried it all but you can’t seem to figure out what is making you itch like crazy.
You’ve searched high and low for tips and hacks to get rid of scaly, red, patches and end up with the same advice or tips each time.
Several years back, I did a three-part series on this blog about Intermittent Fasting.
I covered the following:
Just to brush up on what Intermittent Fasting (IF) is, it's a more intentional...
Depending on what part of the world you are in right now, allergy season may be coming or going.
If you've been suffering from allergies, these symptoms may be all too familiar to you:
- difficulty falling asleep
- swollen eyes, lips, or face
10 EASY WAYS TO REDUCE MOLD EXPOSURE IN YOUR HOME
Mold can cause anything from increased allergies/asthma and silly food sensitivities to fatigue, brain fog, thyroid imbalance, and sinus/respiratory issues. It can also cause recurrent illness, vaginal infections, and rashes.
There’s no “escaping” mold, so I think we need to understand this part of nature and regularly reduce unnecessary mold exposure.
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