Tagged: hormones

Fertility Support with Reflexology

September 6th, 2019 | hormones

Fertility Support with Reflexology The fetus in the featured picture means a great deal to her mom and me. Her mom, Kate, has been coming to the Healing Place LLC for fertility Reflexology therapy since 2018, after years of trying to conceive. Fertility Statistics According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one […]

The Story Behind These Feet – Anna

May 5th, 2016 | hormones

Anna is one on my first clients who came to me for reflexology in 2006. Her primary focus back then was for relaxing spa service. She found out quickly that reflexology extends beyond relaxation. In the ten years, she has been coming for service; we addressed all of her health issues, IBS, constipation, menopause symptoms […]

How your HORMONES Can Influence Your WEIGHT?

March 11th, 2016 | hormones

ANYONE who has tried and failed to lose weight must have wondered at some point if their hormones are the problem. And chances are, they were right. Aside from the commonly blamed hormonal problems such as low thyroid function and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), there are several hormones that actively sabotage your weight loss program. […]

Dr. Oz: Are Your Hormones Out of Whack?

March 10th, 2016 | hormones

I think of the body’s hormones as musical instruments in an orchestra: Each plays its own part in creating a perfect concert—until the day one is out of tune and throws off the entire melody. Although it was many years ago, I still remember one of the first patients I saw with a hormonal disturbance. […]

Insulin-Resistant Breakers – Secrets to Balancing Your Pancreas and Melting Belly Fat

July 8th, 2015 | hormones

Belly fat impacts more than just how you look in a swimsuit. Today, about 69% of American adults are overweight — leading to an increased risk for numerous chronic illnesses, including heart disease, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer. Many hormones contribute to belly fat, but the most powerful is insulin: Elevated […]

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