Tag: pcos

2018 EN Topic Index

Month, page number are in parentheses

Beverages

Coffee Creamers, a Review (Dec, 5)
Coffee, Good for You? (Mar, 3)

DAIRY, EGGS, FISH, MEAT

Fishing for Good Health (Jan, 6)]
The Future of Protein (Sept, 6)

DIET AND DISEASE PREVENTION / MANAGEMENT

Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome and Diet (May, 3)
Antioxidants (Mar, 1)
Can Diet

How to Recognize High Cortisol Symptoms

How to Recognize High Cortisol Symptoms

The crippling effects of high cortisol symptoms are extremely common but all too often ignored. What is cortisol? It’s a vital hormone produced and secreted by the adrenal glands. Cortisone is released in a rhythmic fashion, with levels peaking in the morning (to help wake you up) and steadily declining

What’s Causing Your Hair Loss?

What’s Causing Your Hair Loss?

We all lose about 100 hairs a day without noticing any obvious hair loss. If you have been noticing more “loose” hair than usual in your hairbrush or on your pillow when you wake in the morning, or your hair feels thinner when you wash and style it, genetics could

Surprising High Blood Sugar Symptoms

Surprising High Blood Sugar Symptoms

Why do some women grow mustaches while some men grow breasts and start crying at movies? You may be surprised to know these embarrassing traits are typical high blood sugar symptoms.

PCOS: Diet’s Role in This Women’s Health Threat

About one in 10 women have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a health condition that affects women and girls from adolescence to the post-menopausal years. PCOS receives significant attention because it’s a top cause of infertility. A research review in the October 2015 issue of Endocrine Reviews found that PCOS is

2. Food Chemistry and Cardiovascular Disease

In the 4th century BCE, Greek physician Hippocrates transformed medicine with his holistic understanding of health and disease. Whereas previous generations of healers attributed illness to demons and cures to magic, Hippocrates based treatments on experimentation and rational evaluation of evidence, however limited on both counts. He saw the human

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