“Pain is a signal from your body that it is time to give yourself attention. Join me and start the journey of healing at the source.”
A diagnosis of PCOS is an opportunity to improve your metabolic health, and build a lifestyle that allows you and your future children to thrive.
The California wildfires are spreading with unprecedented devastation. Though the severity of the current wildfires is unprecedented, they are hardly unexpected. Longer fire seasons and greater areas at risk were forecast years ago, with rising global temperatures from climate change (1, 2). Today we have a number of studies on the effects of air pollution to inform us on the best ways to protect ourselves.
Women are disproportionately affected by thyroid disorders, fibrocystic breast disease, breast pain and ovarian cysts, all of which are symptoms of iodine deficiency. Iodine supports the balanced production of thyroid hormones, as well as the health of breast, and ovarian tissue.
When it comes to fertility, your genes can provide valuable insight into what diet and nutrients are critical for you.
When you have suffered from chronic pain for many years, it can be hard to imagine what it would be like if you lived pain-free. But, that is exactly what is necessary to create the space for permanent, deep healing.
In a time when we are all being called on to increase creativity with our resources, and our self-reliance, I wanted to share what I keep in my home natural medicine kit.
Breath-work nourishes our autonomic nervous system, which works behind the scenes in response to physical and mental stress. Breath-work has a multitude of benefits for the body including: balancing cortisol levels, increasing resilience to stressors and boosting immunity.
Topical castor oil has been shown to increase circulation and promote elimination and healing to tissues and organs. Below are the traditional directions for a castor oil pack, followed by Dr. Soni's Shortcut directions to save you time in implementing this therapy
Immune boosting soup is great to make and share with your family during cold and flu season.
Hot foods, soups and stews, and teas are a great starting point for boosting your immunity.
Imagine waking up refreshed, and looking forward to the coming day with good energy and focus. A good night's sleep can do just that, and more with benefits spanning heart, immune, and hormone health. We spend about one-third of our lives sleeping. During sleep, our brain and body stay remarkably active, removing toxins that build up in the brain while we are awake.
Being well hydrated boosts your immunity, decreases your perception of pain and improves mood. Here's what you should know in order to safely increase your water intake.
One of the main goals of nutritional intervention is to block and or decrease excess estrogenic stimulation. By doing so, the aim is to help manage pelvic pain and augment other treatments tackling associated infertility.
Homeopathy was developed by a German physician who sought to investigate why the poisoning symptoms
Environmental toxin exposure is a growing health concern. Precocious puberty in children and new onset autoimmune disease in adults, are just a few of the consequences. Below are recommendations to limit our exposures as a community.
Whether your menstrual cycle is regular, irregular or missing, seed cycling is a nutritional intervention that you can incorporate to support healthy periods. Benefits span from increasing intake of anti-inflammatory fats, to optimizing hormone balance with natural phytoestrogens.
With the help of targeted supplementation and a healthy lifestyle, you can mitigate your risk for estrogen dominant cancers.
The menstrual cycle is a time when underlying nutrient deficiencies can manifest as pain, fatigue and mood swings. A diet rich in organic, nutrient-dense foods can serve to extinguish chronic inflammation and pain associated with menstrual cramping.
Start your morning with a contrast shower and take advantage of one of the oldest
The most common nutritional deficiency worldwide is iron (1) Even without anemia, iron deficiency affects
Seed cycling is an old yet novel approach to naturally restoring a regular menstrual cycle. Although the mechanism of action is unclear, seed cycling appears to correct potential nutritional deficiencies, rebalance the HPA axis, reduce inflammation, and provide healthy essential fatty acids.