Signs of High Estrogen levels

Estrogen is such a powerful hormone and is part of so many different processes and reactions in the body! There are estrogen receptors EVERYWHERE IN THE BODY (gut, brain, etc)! Because it is so important, if there is an imbalance, it creates a host of issues. Your estrogen levels will normally fluctuate through your cycle and as we go through puberty, pregnancy, peri menopause and menopause. Continue reading “Signs of High Estrogen levels”

Tips to help Improve Varicose Veins and Hemorrhoids and Relieve Pain Associated With Them


Varicose veins and hemorrhoids are common throughout all stages in life but typically tend to progress and worsen as we get older. Varicose veins often begin as spider veins and hemorrhoids and are strongly correlated with insufficient liver activity, most commonly due to lack of exercise, not enough dietary fiber and chronic use of alcohol and/or cigarette smoking. All these triggers create poor circulation which leads to congestion with the arterial and venous systems, causing varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Continue reading “Tips to help Improve Varicose Veins and Hemorrhoids and Relieve Pain Associated With Them”

Biofilms – The Culprit of Chronic Infection

Biofilms are at the very heart of most – if not all – chronic infections. Conditions such as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), recurring yeast infections, recurring Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), etc. are all related to biofilm presence, which shields the pathogens from being destroyed by antifungals or antibiotics that you ingest.  Continue reading “Biofilms – The Culprit of Chronic Infection”


Raynauds disease is a primary vasopastic disease of small arteries and arterioles where there is an exaggerated vasomotor response to cold or emotions. There are many theories as to the main causes of Raynauds, some being that it is an autoimmune disease or related to heavy metal toxicity. What we do know is that it is related to poor circulation.  Continue reading “RAYNAUDS DISEASE”