Since the 1970s, frozen yogurt—“froyo,” as it’s known—has been a popular alternative to traditional ice cream because it typically contains less fat and fewer calories. If you look closely at the nutritional content of some of the most loved brands, however, you’ll find that frozen yogurt can also be high
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Are you besieged by fatigue plus one or more nagging other problems, such as insomnia, weight gain, or depression? If so, you could be suffering from adrenal fatigue.
Specific lab tests are available to confirm an adrenal dysfunction problem, but just knowing the typical adrenal fatigue symptoms is often quite
5 Top Reasons You Might Have Leaky Gut Syndrome and Feel Tired All the Time or Have Depression Symptoms
The lining of your gut is directly related to the health of your whole body. If you’re depressed and feel tired all the time, learn how to tell if leaky gut syndrome is to blame.
There’s nothing like suffering from debilitating chronic fatigue symptoms AND digestive issues. Unfortunately, many people suffer from both. It’s not at all uncommon to be dealing with fatigue and bowel problems, like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), simultaneously.[1,2] In this article, you’ll learn how taking probiotics helps chronic fatigue symptoms and can
As a doctor, I hear this question a lot. When a patient asks me, “Why am I tired all the time?” I think of inflammation. It may surprise you, as it does many of my patients, that you could have a problem with inflammation and not even…
Ferrous sulfate is the most commonly prescribed form of iron supplementation recommended by conventional healthcare providers. However, manynaturopathic physicians will often recommend other forms of supplemental iron…
A recently published study indicates that doctors may not be ordering the right test—and patients with chronic fatigue symptoms may therefore…
You’re always tired but you haven’t been able to pinpoint the reason. You think about embarking on a campaign to get to the bottom of your fatigue, but—sad to say—you don’t have the energy to follow through. Don’t feel bad; even the medical community doesn’t fully understand what causes fatigue.
If you’ve been wondering “Why am I tired all the time?” you may be chronically sleepy, or fatigued, or both. If you truly want to understand why you’re so exhausted, and find a solution, it helps to know the difference between the two. Often some detective work is needed before