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OPTIMIZE YOUR HORMONES TO FEEL YOUR BEST
When hormones go wrong it can affect your entire life! And if you include ADD, depression, bipolar, or schizophrenia it's a recipe for disaster unless you are equipped with the tools you need. Understanding your hormones is key to managing your life, relationships and health.
TANA'S HORMONE VIDEOS
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TANA'S HORMONE BLOGS
OK girlfriend, it’s time to dump the dairy. I know what you’re thinking… “What? But milk does a body good!”. You have been told that if you have not “got milk” you are missing out on something. And you have seen a constellation of movie stars and celebrities smiling at you from beneath their milk…Read More
Ladies, I’m not talking about how the man in your life responds to your menopause. This is about the “mid-life change” that occur for men. It’s often referred to as “Andropause”. Male menopause may be a bit controversial medically, and certainly it isn’t the universal, predictable milestone that female menopause is, but truly, some guys…Read More
June is Men’s Health Month, an annual effort to get guys to focus on their health. Women are way ahead of men on this, which may be why we live longer (an average of 81.3 years compared to 76.2 years for men). It’s time to wake up men: in the battle of the sexes, women…Read More
We’re learning more and more about the surprising reach and power stress has over us. Would you have guessed that food high in fat and sugar (aka junk food) is worse for your health when you’re under stress? A new study from the University of California, San Francisco suggests that two women whose diets are…Read More
Here is some fantastic news for women: researchers in Europe have found that daily exercise cuts the risk of breast cancer, regardless of a woman’s age or weight. The “age” and “weight” findings are surprising and hugely important. We’ve known for years that exercise can reduce some women’s risk of breast cancer, but earlier studies…Read More