Hormones

Hormone Cleasing for Springtime - 7 Natural Tips

Across the world, traditional healers have used diet, herbs and tonics to detox the body, cleanse the liver and purify blood.

Spring Cleansing for Hormone Health

What is Vitality?

We are often given information that promises to help us to age in good health, lose weight, feel younger, look younger, or to recapture our lost youth, but how do we know where to start?

Learn how you can experience the exuberant strength and mental vigor at any age!

Canary Club is pleased to introduce our members to the impressive superfood work of Kitty Wells. She has done extensive research on the health benefits of spices and is passionate about developing food as medicine with a focus on the science of spices for health and culinary creativity. Formerly having burned out her adrenal glands to a full Stage 3 Adrenal Fatigue level, Kitty was motivated to develop healthy solutions to transform the way the world uses spices.

Spice. Is there a connection?

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Why is it so hard to change bad habits? Many of us make New Year's Resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, choose healthier foods, etc., but most of us are not able to keep those resolutions in the long term. And what if the behavior that we are hoping to change is actually a significant addiction: alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, sex, over or under eating?

The production of hormones is done by many glands throughout our body, and together they are part of the endocrine system.

When you have a thyroid disorder or disease, these conditions orginate in the endocrine system and cause a hormone imbalance. When you have a hormone imbalance, the amount of hormone produced by a specific endocrine gland is either too little, or too much of one or many hormones.

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Testosterone isn’t just for men.  Women need certain amounts of testosterone, which is generally known as a "male" hormone, for good health.  Testosterone is responsible for the development of male sexual characteristics in men; in women, it is associated with regulation of muscle mass, fat dissemination and sex drive.