For most women this is a common situation: Step 1, find out you’re pregnant. Step 2, run to the nearest drugstore for prenatal vitamins. Step 3, schedule your first OBGYN appointment. It’s become almost ingrained in us that prenatal vitamins are one of THE most important things when it comes to having a healthy pregnancy. […]
Stress triggers fat to be stored around the belly – but that’s not all. Find out how belly fat has been linked to heart disease and other serious conditions.
More often than not, a major contributing factor to feeling unwell hides within our adrenal glands – and how cortisol is behaving in our bodies. Here’s a crash course on controlling cortisol levels so we an get back into balance.
Dr. Doni talks about the benefits of hookworm therapy – how it is able to positively modulate our immune system, nervous system, and optimize the gut bacteria living in our intestines.
Did you know that not all bacteria is bad for you? Each day, the food we digest feeds the microorganisms inside our intestines—for better or for worse. The big question is: Are you feeding the bacteria to promote a healthy or unhealthy gut?
A consistent sleep schedule isn’t just a physical need, but a mental and emotional one as well. Studies have shown that at a minimum we should be getting 7.5 hours of sleep each night. If you’re not getting enough sleep, start here to learn how to make the necessary adjustments.
Leaky gut is a condition that has over 200 possible symptoms, many of which present themselves simultaneously. This makes it incredibly difficult to pinpoint precisely. That’s why even though 7 out of 10 people in the U.S. suffer from leaky gut, most people who have it have no idea that leaky gut is the cause of their pain.
Dr. Doni was interviewed by Dr. Anthony Youn on The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, talking about stress, its effect on our health, and why adrenal fatigue in particular isn’t diagnosed by most conventional physicians but is a real issue for so many of us. Get simple, practical tips on how you can manage your stress and get your life back on track.
Stress is a part of life. Moderate amounts of stress can help us thrive and accomplish our goals. To maintain our health, however – we need to support ourselves and our bodies to keep our stress in balance.
Recent research shows that stress (in all its various forms) is a major factor in the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. These studies show that preventing – and even reversing – Alzheimer’s is possible, and that it has much more to do with lifestyle and diet changes than with your genes.