The liver is one of the most hard-working organs of the body and a healthy liver is critical to many aspects of overall wellness. Most people are aware that the liver is the main filter of the body. It is true that it plays an important role in processing nutrients and eliminating waste from the body, but did you know that this amazing organ also is a key player in the process of hormone regulation throughout the body?
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The adrenals are a part of the body’s very complex Endocrine System. They are a matching pair of glands, each about the size of a walnut, that are located above both kidneys. They may be small, but the adrenals play a crucial role in our overall wellness. Their main function is to produce and regulate several key hormones. These include adrenaline, noradrenaline, cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.
A wonderful benefit of working on total body healthy and wellness is clear, radiant skin. We are continually promised through TV, radio, magazines and newspapers that if we will use XYZ cream or cosmetic our skin will return to its youthful radiance and glow. All we have to do is apply it morning and night and almost if by magic we will regain that youthful appearance that many pay thousands and thousands of dollars through surgery to obtain. How many of us have been caught in that trap by believing that just maybe that have something here only to find out that we wasted our money on yet another so-called “magic bullet”?
Prostate issues are one of the most common health concerns in men over forty. Prostate cancer is of course of great concern, but a much more typical problem is Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH), which is non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate tissue, leading to a host of symptoms — most of which are urinary in nature. Statistically, about 60% of men over 50 are afflicted with BPH. Many people — even in the medical field — consider BPH and its associated symptoms to be a normal part of aging. Despite the high incidence of BPH, this is simply not the case. There are several natural, preventative measures that can greatly reduce one’s risk of BPH.