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In those who experience adrenal fatigue, much of life can seem challenging. Between the struggles of balancing work, family and social life, the content of your diet can sometimes be little more than an afterthought.
The popularity of probiotics has grown tremendously in recent years. Study after study seem to link the right balance of bacteria in our gut to measurable benefits to our (physical) health. These benevolent bacteria can help you to maintain good health, and can also help to treat a wide range of health problems like oral health issues, irritable bowel syndrome, and even certain skin issues. But now research suggests probiotics may even help us to maintain good mental health!
In recent years, there has been a massive spike in organic food sales. As studies emerge on the potential health drawbacks caused by processed, modified, and enhanced foods, consumers are educated themselves on the consequences. The addition of genetically modified organisms in food has become an especially heated debate regarding whether or not they pose any danger to the health of the consumer. Fortunately, many companies have strived to produce quality products that are free of GMO’s.
Craving salt is a classic sign of adrenal fatigue. This craving often occurs in the advanced stages of adrenal fatigue. As our adrenal glands become unable to produce enough of the hormone aldosterone, our kidneys eliminate sodium from your body which leads to salt cravings.
When we consider what health means, many people think about fruit, vegetables, and exercise, and that’s it.
In truth, an optimal diet involves a lot more—and diet and physical fitness are only half of the story when it comes to health.
Low glycemic foods are a smart choice for good health. Even more so when you suffer from Adrenal Fatigue. Low-glycemic foods cause a steadier rise of blood sugar and the fiber in these foods will help you feel more satisfied between meals. read more
To a lot of people the word snack may sound like a bad word. But as you can read on our diet page and in our Adrenal Fatigue Recipes e-Book, eating the right snacks can be very helpful. Eating healthy snacks can help you with weight control, boost energy, curb cravings for unhealthy foods and it speeds up your metabolism.
We’re all being manipulated when we shop for groceries. Grocery shopping in grocery stores, start to finish, is a cunningly orchestrated process. Every aspect of the store, from floor plan and shelf layout to music, lighting, a free coffee corner and women in aprons offering free meatballs on sticks is designed to lure you in, keep you there, and seduce you into spending money.
Caffeine is a natural chemical that is found in the leaves and seeds of various plants such as coffee beans, cocoa beans, tea leaves, kola nuts, guarana and yerba mate. Caffeine is used in many common popular foods and drinks. It can be found in coffee, sodas, energy drinks, chocolate and even in certain medicines (further down this post I’ll provide you with a non-exhaustive overview to give you an idea).
Most of us enjoy sweet stuff (hopefully just occasionally). But, especially when you’re suffering from Adrenal Fatigue and want to recover from it, it is important to cut back on sugar. In order to do so it’s really helpful to be aware of the other names of sugar on food labels. Because without knowing it, you are probably consuming much more sugar than you would expect. Food manufacturers are savvy and have several tricks to hide sugar from you on their ingredient lists: read more
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