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Hormonal health is health. All cells in your body have receptors that allow hormones to take affect. From your gut, your thoughts, your skin, your memory to your fertility– The affect of your hormones is far reaching throughout the body.


Tall lean women have a higher likelihood of being diagnosed with Endometriosis

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Cost of Endometriosis

The inability to function without pain, relationships and $20,000 for 1 year

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A personal account.
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LCHF diets and women

Women should avoid LCHF diets like Keto as it can cause hormonal signalling that triggers the stress response and weight gain in the long term

Womens hormones are more sensitive to low carbohydrates

The role of Kisspeptin
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Endometriosis and Autoimmune disorders

Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory condition that is much like other autoimmune disorders

Connection between Thyroid dysfunction and Endometriosis

How oestrogen plays a role
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Stress response differs depending on the stage of your cycle

Why women react differently to stress at different times during menstruation and as compared to men

Fight or Flight

How women's brains are different to men's
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The gut is a hot topic in research. The microbiome, affects of lifestyle, manufacturing of food, medications, stress, exercise… When your gut is affected from the inside or outside world, it can drastically change your health.

Chronically low Iron & inflammation

Low Iron is becoming more and more common. What if you've tried supplements and infusions but still have low iron?

How to eat for iron absorbtion

Hepcidin excess is associated with anemia of inflammation, chronic kidney disease and iron-refractory iron deficiency anemia
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Gut and Anxiety

Food and appetite have an impact on mood and anxiety centres in your brain


Your hunger stimulating hormone 'Gherlin' may be linked to increased anxiety signals in your brain
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Microbiome and Fatty Liver

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and the underlying microbiome
Prebiotics or prebiotic foods, which are a type of fiber that are not digested in the small intestine but are fermented in the colon by the gut microbiota, have been suggested as a possible treatment for NAFLD, possibly in conjunction with probiotics
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Gut and Immune Function

How reducing inflammation of the gut can boost absorption and modulate immune function

Gut mediated inflammation

Through the production of Short Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs) and more
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The brain is the master controller of the body. However the brain can be influenced by any number of things. Everything in the body is connected. Thinking that brain health is different from body health is reductive.

Stress and autoimmune disorders

How stress predisposes you to autoimmune disorders

Stress and autoimmune disorders

PTSD, Acute anxiety and prolonged stressful situations wreck havoc with your immune system
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Acute Stress and Cravings

Your hunger hormone also helps to mediate the affects of acute stress on the brain

Acute Stress and Hunger

Ghrelin Regulates the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and Restricts Anxiety After Acute Stress- 2013
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Anxiety and Brain Activation

The frontal lobe is well known to inhibit anxiety... This is important to remember when talking about posture, exercise and spinal tone

Poor brain stimulation affects anxiety inhibiting brain regions

Clinically Anxious Individuals Show Disrupted Feedback between Inferior Frontal Gyrus and Prefrontal-Limbic Control Circuit- 2016
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We often change our internal environment and health to control how our body looks on the outside, but how about how our body and movement can change our internal environment; from mental health, stress, hormones and our gut.

Body Language and stress

Body language is more than how others perceive us... It's feedback for our brain

Ted Talk

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Exercise changes the brain

Exercise boosts your pre-frontal cortex, which helps to inhibit emotions like anxiety and depression

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Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki- 2018
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