Stephanie shares her journey and struggles with thyroid health and how Thyroid Strong helped her through it. She discusses dealing with anxiety, changing diet, finding the right support from loved ones, and proper exercise.
Norma Huffman, shares her journey to health after a lifetime of thyroid problems. She talks about what she’s learned along the way and how the Thyroid Strong program led her to confidence and newfound strength.
Nutritional therapy consultant and a medical exercise specialist Adina Rubin explains the importance of adapting each workout to the individual. Working out and dieting incorrectly can lead to many problems. Adina describes how she helps her clients find the routines that are just right for them.
Many of the clients that I see have been to several other practitioners already. That might be because their previous practitioners just looked at them as data and test results. Today, I’m speaking with someone who redefined how we approach our patients to actually make sense of the data they provide.
Every single one of us has been affected by this pandemic. Likely, plans you’ve made will not come to fruition because of it. That’s certainly true for me. However, there is still hope for us if we can recognize it.
Even after mold remediation, people still get sick. That’s because mold is extremely hard to vanquish for good. And mold affects so many of us. As many as 40 percent of the population is mold sensitive. That’s why it’s crucial that you not only identify its presence but get rid of it too.
It’s no secret that muscle mass decreases with age. Maintaining it is one of the central elements of longevity. Even though muscle loss mostly affects the elderly, preventive action needs to take place as early as age thirty.
Many of us work, play, and train at full throttle. But when we overdo it, we create problems whose solutions go beyond massage, adjustments, and ultrasounds. Today’s guest helps her clients rehabilitate through a conscious and comprehensive strength training approach.
People often think of exercise as a time-consuming task that takes over your whole day. New research is showing that this doesn’t have to be the case. As many of us spend more time at home, exercising in short spurts can be what we need to do to keep our muscles from wasting away.