Liver Hacks for Health

2020-10-17T00:57:02+00:00Detoxing, Health|

Is it time for a liver hack? The liver is your primary fat burning organ. Therefore keeping your liver healthy is essential for weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight. One of the challenges I often see in my clinic and with clients is that certain lifestyle habits can prevent or slow down how effective the liver is working for us. This can lead to weight loss resistance and a feeling of stuckness in reaching your health goals. So, how well is your liver working for you? Here are 11 liver hacks to assist liver function, and help you burn fat and stay healthy.  Liver Hack #1: Hydrate with clean, filtered water This seems pretty straight forward, yet so

Can Intermittent Fasting Help You Lose Weight?

2020-10-17T00:57:33+00:00Fasting Techniques, Health|

You may have seen a recent study making headlines titled, Intermittent fasting doesn’t help you lose weight, claiming that “a 12-week UCSF study of 116 overweight people found no statistically significant difference in weight loss between people who restricted their eating to a specific eight-hour period every day and those who didn’t.” This is not the first time fasting has been challenged. Fasting is truly an art form, requiring a deep understanding of how fasting can be used as an effective health tool. So when articles like these come out, I like to dig deeper into the science and methods used by the researchers, to understand how they came to the conclusions they did.  Watch my full video where

Helping Adrenal Fatigue with Fasting and Detoxing

2020-10-05T03:00:17+00:00Health|

It’s common to experience adrenal fatigue at some point in your life. Your adrenal glands release cortisol in a daily rhythm, normally peaking in the morning, just before waking and continue to drop until bedtime. However stress causes cortisol to spike outside of this normal daily rhythm. The rise isn’t a bad thing (and actually could be a good thing, keep reading to find out why), as it helps us deal with recovery and ability to adapt following a stressful event.  What happens though, is that depending on what else is going on with your body, organs and toxic load, adrenals can become overworked and overwhelmed. This is when you may begin experiencing symptoms of adrenal fatigue.  Common symptoms

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