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As wellness practitioners rooted in integrative, quantum medicine, we understand the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. Therefore, it is crucial to acknowledge the significant impact that nutrition has on our brain function and overall well-being.
Neurotransmitters, which are the chemical messengers in our brain, play a pivotal role in regulating our mood, emotions, and cognitive abilities. B-vitamins are essential to produce neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, which are crucial for maintaining optimal mental health.
In this blog, we will explore the science behind B-vitamins and how they support neurotransmitter health and brain adaptability. We will also discuss the various food sources and supplements that provide B-vitamins, as well as how to optimize their absorption and utilization.
Did you know that the incidence of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a complex hormonal disorder that affects up to 10% of women of reproductive age worldwide, is on the rise? While the exact causes of PCOS are not fully understood, research suggests that environmental toxins may play a significant role in the development and progression of this condition. From pesticides and plastics to air pollution and heavy metals, our bodies are constantly exposed to a range of toxins that can disrupt our hormonal balance and affect our overall health and wellbeing.
In this blog post, we will explore the cumulative effects of environmental toxins on women's health and the potential links between toxins and the rising incidence of PCOS. We will also discuss natural, non-prescription-oriented approaches to PCOS management that emphasize a mind-body-spirit approach to healing, including herbal remedies, lifestyle modifications, and mind-body therapies. Join
Infertility affects 1 in 10 of reproductive-aged couples in the United States alone. As the prevalence of male and female reproductive challenges, including infertility, low libido, and erectile dysfunction, continues to rise, so has the interest popularity of tongkat ali (Eurycoma longifolia), a Southeast Asian plant with a growing reputation as an energizing aphrodisiac and deep medicinal roots as a reproductive health tonic.
As wellness practitioners, it's important to stay informed on the latest research and approach natural remedies with an evidence-based perspective. In this post, we will explore the traditional uses, active constituents, potential benefits, and latest research on Eurycoma longifolia (tongkat ali) for male and female reproductive health, as well as the challenges faced by wellness practitioners in navigating the crowded market for unadulterated sources of this important natural remedy.
The prevalence of low libido is nothing to laugh about. A healthy libido is an underemphasized aspect of wellness. But what do you do when hormonal changes, medications or chronic stress drag down your ability to enjoy your love life? Well, you learn to lean into nourishing the libido naturally, integrating the use of plants, like maca, that offer nutrients and bioactive compounds that have an affinity for enhancing the reproductive health of men and women.
Known as ‘Peruvian ginseng’, maca has been traditionally used as a food and medicine in Peru for thousands of years for its nutritional, energizing, and fertility-supporting properties. As practitioners, we have a responsibility to educate ourselves about natural remedies like maca, and to use that knowledge to help our clients make informed decisions about their health. There is a growing body of clinical evidence supporting maca root’s potential therapeutic benefits, such as supporting healt
Intermittent fasting is a powerful tool for improving physical, emotional, and spiritual health. It involves limiting food intake for a specific period of time, usually between 12-16 hours, and consuming all meals within a designated time window. This method has been shown to have numerous health benefits, including weight management, improved blood sugar control, inflammation modulation, and enhanced cognitive function.
Recent clinical studies have shown that intermittent fasting can also stimulate the process of autophagy, a cellular mechanism that helps to remove damaged cells and promote regeneration. This process has been linked to improved health span and longevity, making intermittent fasting a potentially valuable tool for promoting healthy ageing.
In this blog post, we'll explore the history and significance of fasting as well as the potential health benefits associated with intermittent fasting. We'll also
The connection between cell membrane health and overall health cannot be overstated. As wellness practitioners, we know that addressing stressors that impact cell membrane health can lead to improved wellbeing. One key stressor is a poor ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids in the diet. Increasing intake of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA can support healthy cell membranes and optimal cellular metabolism. However, conversion of plant-based omega-3 ALA to EPA and DHA is poor, so supplementation may be necessary.
In the context of cell membrane health, QRA practitioners believe that a healthy cell membrane is crucial for maintaining overall bodily balance and optimal cellular function. By the end of this post, you’ll have a better understanding of why cell membrane health and omega-3 fatty acids are so important for overall health and wellbeing and be armed with practical tools and strategies for promoting optimal cellular health.
Welcome back to our latest blog post where we're going to explore the importance of maintaining a healthy acid alkaline balance in the body, and how greens can help you achieve it. As health care professionals, we know that an overly acidic body can lead to a range of health issues, from inflammation to decreased immune function and osteoporosis. But fear not, because greens are the perfect solution to help neutralize acidity and promote an alkaline environment in the body. And when combined with the power of fermentation, the nutritional benefits of greens become even more accessible to the body. So get ready to learn how to use food as medicine and keep your body in balance!
In the symphony of vitamins and minerals, the minerals are the percussion section - keeping a fundamental rhythm that shapes the overall structure and harmony of our body’s health vibration and provides spark for cascades of synergy to occur. Calcium and magnesium are key players in the symphony of good health, often paired as a duet to balance the tempo, the contraction (yang) and relaxation (yin) of some of the body’s most vital functions. In this blog, we will explore the yin and yang relationship of calcium and magnesium, elements unto themselves, but together providing invaluable benefits in maintaining harmony and homeostasis for the whole body.
Do you ever wonder why it’s a constant struggle to stay committed to your exercise routine? Have you noticed that doing the same cardio routines, day after day, fails to produce noticeable results? Work smarter not harder and choose the right type of exercise for your unique body type, or dosha. Keep reading to learn more about Ayurveda, doshas and how to establish an exercise routine that supports and strengthens your body’s needs.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death worldwide, and it is imperative that health care practitioners stay up to date on the latest research and recommendations for reducing CVD risk. Beetroot (Beta vulgaris), a vibrantly colored root vegetable related to spinach and quinoa, is now recognized as a functional food and has been extensively researched for its potential impact on cardiovascular health. Discover reasons why people need the most of a vegetable they may like the least.