Many people drink tap water on a daily basis, and have done so for years, not giving it a second thought. If the government doses the tap water with fluoride and tells us it’s to prevent caries, then shouldn’t we believe them? Have you ever asked yourself why then, after decades of fluoride dosing, […]
Hormones & Endocrine
What about Mum’s time out? Mums are leading unprecedented hectic lives these days, not only when it comes to career, but they often also have to juggle complex family obligations, including looking after family health needs, financial wellbeing, education, career aspirations, relationships etc. However, when it comes to looking after their own health and wellbeing,
When you sleep better you live longer with better health. What are the strategies for better sleep?
Magnesium is used to make hormones, as magnesium is essential for protein synthesis, and hormones and neurotransmitters are proteins. Hormones greatly influence our growth and development, health, behaviours, metabolism, sex life and fertility. Pretty well everything we do and experience in life is governed by the chemical messages of hormones. As we get into our
Magnesium tablets and oral supplements may not be able to deliver the magnesium to your cells that you really need. Most people don’t realise how hard they are to digest and absorb, and that most of the magnesium ends up going down the toilet. Our nutritional needs are increasing, as can be seen by the
As I sit here researching and writing about the relationship between magnesium status and menopause symptoms I am rubbing my chin at one particularly annoying spot… The one with that pesky single hair that grows out of the same spot ever since menopause. At least there is no more acne! The new chin hairs that