Food can make you happy, and food can make you sad. The reality of the situation is we each have a unique relationship with food and the way that we eat it. Some people have a regimented approach and make sure to keep on track with their diet to stay within a specific weight range and body image. For these individuals, the regimen can become more stressful to follow during difficult times. Others can keep their figures regardless of what they eat. Some people are engaged in yo-yoRead More
In the last article, we talked about when to eat for better energy throughout the day (and less overall food fatigue). Just a recap: Food fatigue is the term we use for what happens when your meals contribute to a tired feeling rather than an energized feeling. Food fatigue is becoming more common as people’s body’s and digestion are thrown off track by stress and other lifestyle factors.Read More
Did you know that it’s not only what you eat that matters for good energy levels, but also when you eat it? The body needs nourishment at certain times more than others, and sometimes lifestyle factors can push us into the habit of eating when the body doesn’t need it, and not eating when the body does.
A clock hangs on your wall to tell you when it’s time for lunch and dinner, but there’s also an internal clock thatRead More
After eating a meal, you expect to feel energized and ready to be active. Then why is it that many people feel tired and ready for bed after eating food? To some extent, digesting food takes energy. If you are regularly tired after eating meals, however, it may be time to ask your body what it’s trying to tell you.
“Food fatigue” is becoming more common as people’s digestive and adrenal systems are working overtime toRead More
The words “Weight Gain” immediately click in the brain as something we do not want to see with our health. The words “Adrenal Imbalance” don’t necessarily have this swift effect. Let’s explore how adrenal imbalance and weight gain can be connected.
The adrenal glands are located above the kidneys and they produce the stress-related hormone called cortisol. Cortisol is a hormone that helps make sure weRead More