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Sleep and Weight Gain!

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When you don’t get enough sleep it will lead to inflammation in the body and high levels of cortisol (stress hormone) which can lead to insulin resistance, weight gain, diabetes etc. Cortisol can break down skin collagen, the protein that keeps skin smooth and elastic. It can also increase fine lines and dark circles under the eyes.

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Is Your Thyroid Functioning Properly?

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 Hormonal imbalances may be the cause of many chronic health issues. Your hormones should be in synchronization with each other. When levels of each hormone are in the right amounts, your systems are steady. However, when they become unbalanced due to deficiencies or extremes, this can cause chronic symptoms or disorders, and increase your risk for disease.

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Happy New Year!

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 Wishing you a very Happy New Year!  Now, that the holidays are over it's time to dump the junk! If you are experiencing a few or many of the following- it’s time to detox! Allergies, chronic headaches, bloating, skin conditions(dry, dull, breakouts), digestive issues, difficulty sleeping, depression, weight gain or difficulty losing weight, sore or stiff muscles, joint pain, gum problems, irritability, bad breath, fatigue, constipation, itchy skin, rashes, and poor concentration.  Check out our testimonial page to see what our cleansers have to say! Testimonials    Love,  

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Hormonal Imbalances can keep you from your weight loss goals. A hormonal imbalance can make weight loss efforts futile. For example, you workout every day, at the end of your session the elliptical machine says you burned 250 calories. You cannot just look at the amount of calories you eat or burn because that doesn't take into account where did those calories come from? Did you burn fat, carbohydrates or protein? If you weren't burning fat, you could have easily burned those calories from the breakdown of lean muscle or from carbohydrates; either way it may have not been from stored fat. It’s about...

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