The endocrine system produces and regulates hormones in the body, telling other systems of the body what to do. From brain function to reproduction, hormones are the chemical messengers that manage metabolism, growth, heart rate, and virtually every other bodily function.In modern North America, our endocrine systems are under attack by diet, environment, and lifestyle—with serious consequences. In addition to toxins, increasing levels of stress also contribute to endocrine disruption.
Our diet plays a key role in balancing the levels of hormones in our body, which in turn control our mood, energy levels, digestion, metabolism and libido. We talked to top OBGYNs about the hormone-balancing foods we should be piling onto our plates.
Exercise and aging: Can you walk away from Father Time
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PCOS is one of the most common hormonal disorders in the developed world. In fact, it's thought to affect almost 7% of pre-menopausal women in the US. But there is surprisingly limited information on how to treat it naturally. This article explores the best diet for PCOS, as based on scientific evidence. Learn more here: http://www.dietvsdisease.org/best-diet-pcos/
Type 3 Diabetes: Alarming Link Between Alzheimer's and Diet
Type 3 Diabetes: the name many are now using to refer to Alzheimer's disease. And more than just a link, it appears that the food we eat plays a huge role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. How does sugar affect the disease? Can a low carb or keto diet that encourages ketosis help? How do ketones help fight the disease? And what lifestyle factors seem to be helpful? This infographic shows some of the links between diet and the disease, and it is based on the full article which…