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27 Sep 2020

A natural transition every woman goes through at some point in her life, menopause signifies the end of a woman’s menstrual cycle. It also brings a plethora of changes in the body which are often followed by menopausal symptoms. The symptoms and the overall transition can be uncomfortable at times, but with proper nutrition, they can be made easier to cope with.   Eat more plant-based foods rich in phytoestrogens Introducing more plant-based foods high in phytoestrogens into a diet can be a great way to alleviate some of the…

09 Sep 2020

By Jennice H. Spence [spacer height="20px"] Thank you for your consistent participation in this health blog. As a mother of two, this platform is used to uplift anyone who may be hurting from any health concerns they may have with their family. I specifically target causes and effects of eczema, but it’s clear that most of the tips can give insight and in some cases even resolution to most autoimmune diseases that plague the body. [spacer height="20px"] In my last two blogs I wrote about my favorite products to use…

27 Aug 2020

[spacer height="20px"] By: Jennice Hamilton Spence Welcome back to my blog, and as promised, I have the continuation of the last article discussing some of my favorite products to use while dealing with my daughter and my husband’s dry skin and eczema. In this article we will talk about some of my Don’ts and give you some reasonable explanations why I choose to keep away from these products. For the sake of the internet I would like to say that my statements are my opinions based on my observations and…

23 Jul 2020

What if you can go on eating all the foods you love without worrying about an enhanced waistline? What if your tummy always stays flat even if you do not follow any diet and exercise? It is only a dream; in reality, whatever you eat, will show on your body, particularly in the midsection. Protruding belly, broad waistline, and heavy hips are the common problems of most people.    You need to stay away from the C-R-A-P or cocktails, refined products, additives, and preservatives along with it.     Say ‘NO’…

23 Apr 2020

      by Jennice Spence March 22, 2020     Well, it officially happened. We are under a lock down. Schools and daycare centers are closed and all non essential personnel are working from home if they are able. The Coronavirus (COVID 19) strand has shut down the world, mostly China and Europe at first but now is affecting the United States. This is scary not because of how many cases are known in America, but the unknown symptoms and threat it has on various people in our community.…

21 Apr 2020

Proteins are one of the three most essential micronutrients, along with carbohydrates and fats. They play a crucial role in building and supporting blood, skin, muscles, and bones. Besides, proteins also build & repair tissues, vital hormones, enzymes, and other chemicals required by the body.   Following the importance of protein, health experts and dieticians have developed various protein diets. The main focus was to fuel the body with significant amounts of protein, which is highly beneficial to healthy development. Of the many protein diets, Protein-sparing Modified Fast grew to…

02 Mar 2020

Source: unsplash.com (free to use and share)   Inflammation is basically a natural response of your immune system to danger. Your body activates it to protect itself from injuries, toxins, and infections by releasing chemicals (proteins and antibodies) and increasing blood flow in the affected area. The process takes a few hours or days. This acute inflammation is, therefore, good for you.   However, in cases of chronic inflammation, this response keeps your body in a perpetual state of alertness, leaving a negative trace on your tissues and organs. Some…

09 Feb 2020

  Source: depositphotos.com (free to use and share)   Maintaining your physique is about more than appearances. It is equally a matter of health.   As a frequent traveler, you will face a lot of physical and mental stress that will affect your immune system, but using every opportunity to fortify your musculature can be challenging when you’re swept up in work or pleasure.   If you’re having a hard time scheduling your exercises during the trips, here’s how to maintain your physique and stay in shape when traveling.  …

09 Jan 2020

  Live Healthy One day at a Time     by Jennice H. Spence, Jan. 1st 2020 Hello again, and welcome to the new year. 2019 presented plenty of challenges and obstacles that have made my family and I stronger than ever.   This past year my family and I have been able to do so much more physically since Jenna's first birthday. Her independence has allowed Isaac and I to travel, go on more dates and keep with a strict To Do list. However, in the midst of everything…..we…

03 Sep 2019

Candida, the scientific name for yeast, is responsible for one of the most common forms of infections in human beings. This organism naturally lives in the mouth and intestines and aids the digestive function. But when their number grows excessively, you may experience a leaky gut and several other health issues. If you come across digestive issues, oral thrush, genital infections, seasonal allergies, and mood swings persistently, you are probably suffering from Candida overgrowth.   When you experience such symptoms, you must see a doctor immediately and start the right…

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