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Hormone Blog

Dr. Liz shares her knowledge about how hormones impact your everyday health & wellness, how hormones relate to cancer, and even how hormones affect your sex life. Not sure where to start? Take a look at Dr. Liz’s artical on The Major Hormones That Affect Your Weight or read her guide for how to Balance Your Hormones to Improve Your Sex Drive.

Love, Sweet Love!

Love, Sweet Love!

“Looooove is a many splendored thing…” Then why are so many of us so bad at it? It's estimated that half of all people who get married in the U.S. will end up divorcing. How can this be? Webinar on...

Lifespan Vs Healthspan

Lifespan Vs Healthspan

“Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.” - John Lennon It’s January when most people make new plans – or re-commit to old plans – about their health. Last month I went to...

PNP Sandwich

PNP Sandwich

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsCkOPxYYHI&feature=youtu.be “If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.”— Jack Kornfield Who is your harshest critic? I criticize myself...

Fragility of Life & Sukkot

Fragility of Life & Sukkot

My marriage survived putting up our sukkah ... 🙂 https://youtu.be/fEV6qhyMB0k Happy World Menopause Day! Happy Sukkot! We are now in the time of year of a lot of Jewish holidays. The Jewish...

True Risk of Breast Cancer

Have you heard that the average woman’s risk of breast cancer is 1 in 8? This is the risk as understood by most doctors and that I have often quoted to others.

The Village Clinic – Safari Doctors

https://youtu.be/TBRAPZ05FC0 It was a blessing and privilege for me to help Safari Doctors on Pate Island, Lamu archipelago, Kenya in July 2019 I wish you could have been there. The clinic looked...

5 Tips to Stay Healthy During Summer

5 Tips to Stay Healthy During Summer

Summer can either be a time to work on your health or to let it go completely. Because I like happy mediums, here are my thoughts on how to strike a balance. Tip #1 – Get some extra sleep. Many of...

Help me name the baby

Help me name the baby

Don’t worry, I’m not having a real baby! That factory closed a while ago ☺ [Click here if you want to skip to the 2-question survey on which book title is better!] My first "baby" My first “baby”...

Gratitude Boosts Your Health

Gratitude Boosts Your Health

Over the years, I have been fascinated by the physiology of emotion. Everyone has experienced the negative impact of emotion on your own physiology. For example, you might feel a “knot in your...

5 Health Benefits of Coffee

5 Health Benefits of Coffee

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. Thanks to its high levels of antioxidants and beneficial nutrients, it also seems to be quite healthy. Studies show that coffee drinkers have a...

Support Your Adrenals

Support Your Adrenals

Fall is falling, the days are getting shorter. My “baby” is now 17 years old and has started his senior year of high school. Quiet Summer is in my rear view mirror and a busy Fall is now in full...

Self-Care is Not Selfish

Self-Care is Not Selfish

You can’t pour from an empty cup. As we get ready to wind up summer and send our kids back to school, I am here to remind you to take care of yourself as well. Maybe when I say that, you say to...

Sleep helps you lose weight

Sleep helps you lose weight

Why didn’t I become a school teacher? My friend Sue is making wonderful plans for her summer break from her job as a special needs teacher for our public school district. I’m jealous. OK, even...

Dr. Liz on AM 1100 KFAX San Francisco

Listen to Dr. Liz's fun and informative interview. She was interviewed by E.L. Corey of Old is New and Healthy Too Podcast If you have any questions on hormones and balancing hormones, feel free to...

Vitamin D – the Sunshine Hormone

Vitamin D – the Sunshine Hormone

Vitamin D is misnamed. It’s not a vitamin – it’s actually a hormone. It is literally shaped with the same basic steroid hormone frame that comes from cholesterol. And unless you are a 20-year-old...

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