The Women’s Health Blog Series

Welcome to the second installment of the ‘blog post series’. Whether you are a new subscriber or just happened to stumble on this site through a google search or a referral, the blog post series is a collation of  3-4 prior posts that not only have a common theme but also provide the reader with some very important information.  

I have found this to be quite useful when I have to refer clients or people asking me questions about common topics.

Blog post 1

It is not uncommon after the age of 50 to develop a low acting thyroid. At times some of the symptoms a woman may be experiencing may be easily confused with menopausal symptoms and rightfully so. In this blog post, I provide you with information in an easy to understand format about the symptoms of thyroid disease What every woman needs to know about thyroid disease.

Blog post 2

Currently, the leading cause of liver failure and the need for liver transplant is not alcohol abuse, but a condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This article highlights what you need to know about NAFLD including common things that can place you at risk of developing this condition. I highly recommend that if you have ever been informed in the past by a healthcare provider that you have ‘fat in your liver’ that you take this information very seriously.

Blog post 3

We speak figuratively of how something broke our heart. But do you know that stress can literally lead to a form of heart failure and that women are at an increased risk? This article in the series highlights the impact of stress on a woman’s heart.

Blog post 4

One of the leading causes of infertility in women is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). It is closely linked to metabolic syndrome. By working closely with a functional healthcare provider, this condition is reversible.

I trust that this will provide a useful resource to reference articles on this blog.

As always I welcome your comments, questions or suggestions.

To your health and wellbeing,