Here are a few examples of questions I have recieved.
I'm no professional by all means, but what I can recommend from learning about different forms of natural hormone balancers is Maca for both men and women! I am dealing with PCOS, so I've been incorporating different kinds of natural foods and supplements into my diet to boost estrogen and progesterone - the two primary hormones needed to allow your body to naturally ovulate. Those are Omega's, Vitamin D, Magnesium (taken before bed), a good quality Probiotic, lots of fruits and veggies, good lean proteins, brown rice, quinoa and gluten-free Tamari. I have been against Soy for many years as I had no choice but to cut it from my diet due to sensitivities, but now that my health is on track, high-quality Soy-based products aren't the worst thing for women wanting extra estrogen; to produce hormone balancing!
First, I would say, stop picking your face. That is the number one cause to make your face break out. Ease up inflammatory foods, i.e., refined carbohydrates, dairy, sugar, artificial trans fat, vegetable and seed oils, excessive alcohol, smoking, processed meat or any food for that matter. Eating a natural whole foods diet allow your body to relax and detox anything it may be holding onto. Your face is a clear indicator of what's going on internally. Make sure that your facial cleanser isn't oil-based if you're breaking out. Use a mild to non-fragrant soap. Thayers Rose Petal Facial Toner is very gentle on the skin plus has antioxidant and anti-ageing properties. Then a high-quality hyaluronic acid with Vitamin E & C will help calm the skin. I make my own serum with Now Almond Oil (high in Vitamin E), lavender & tea tree blend, eucalyptus essential oil and then mix some hyaluronic acid in!
If you want to lose weight, it starts with what you are consuming, how much you are consuming and how often. It's beneficial to eat every 3-4 hours to allow your metabolism to keep firing throughout the day. Eating too little is detrimental as your body will go into "starvation mode" and start storing fat. Causing you to gain weight when you want to do the opposite. It could also deprive your body of essential nutrients to function correctly, make proper decisions, have significant mood swings, and struggle with what to eat, leading to sickness like anorexia. From my own personal experiences with this topic, I cannot stress enough how important a balanced diet is and not be afraid of eating. Eating good, natural food is so crucial for your body to function at its most total capability. Yes, there is overeating, but once you learn to control your portions. The habit will continue to form, and you'll become more aware of what's healthy and not healthy. If you have more questions regarding anything Health-related, Contact Me! Everybody is different, so it helps if I get to know you a little, that way I can give specific advice to your needs!
Being in many of these kinds of relationships, I can tell you it's honestly not easy. Once you are in a toxic relationship, it doesn't matter how long it's almost like you're instantly sucked into their world, feeling like you cannot escape. One of the most important things to do when leaving a toxic relationship is to remind yourself that you're worthy and good enough. There will be many harmful words or possibly actions done but know how to protect yourself before it happens. Make sure you stay present within yourself and don't allow the other person to manipulate you out of any decision that is your own. If you feel you deserve better and want a healthier life, then you have every right to take that step in your life. No one else has the authority to do so. It's always scary at the thought of it or while it's happening, but love yourself harder and know you're not alone. There's always light on the other side and people to talk to. I'm here to speak about any sort of abuse either you or a loved one is going through. I've been through a lot; I've seen a lot and heard a lot. It's my honour to help others that are in need to have a healthy life. I didn't think it was possible for over 10 years, but once I made that switch in my mindset, things started aligning. It all comes down to you, your perspective and how much you love yourself. Your relationships are a reflection of you. So what do you feel you deserve? Reach out to me, and let's talk!
Simply manipulation makes you believe/think that your thoughts aren't your own or valid, and the person doing the manipulating wants you to live in their reality. Mainly to control you and to get what they want. Usually, manipulative people are very skillful in what they do. It's very enlightening once you learn more and become aware of these tactics. I think it's one of the most essential things to decipher, so you don't continue down the rabbit hole of manipulation in all kinds of relationships.
Narcissistic behavioural traits indicate one being selfish and have a lack of empathy towards others/loved ones. Excessive need for admiration and attention, chronic feelings of emptiness and boredom, vulnerability to life changes, can't handle "reality," and need to cope with substances to "feel." They live in their own fantasy, addictive personality, passive aggression, long-help grudges, and envy. Abuse makes you feeling insane, and you often question yourself. Eventually, you lose trust in everyone and feel the narcissistic person is the only one that deems you worthy. You often will feel insecure or ashamed of being creative and wanting to express yourself. Usually, people with these traits wish to bring you down and not let you outshine them. If you ever feel this heavy feeling around certain people, they don't want what's best for you. Then you should probably rethink who you are surrounding yourself with. Abuse in any aspect is hard to break free from, but you will feel an overall lightness within and around you once you do. If you have any other questions relating to Toxic/Abusive Relationships, please Contact Me!
A perfect regime for me usually involves yoga, deep breathing, meditation, listening to high-quality Binaural Beats to ground myself on busy days. I love tuning into beneficial podcasts like the Aubrey Marcus Channel and books on Audible. Taking moments out of the day to be grateful for everything I have and being aware of the present moment.
I like to explore outdoors, exercise and have much-needed downtime, reflecting, meditating, reading and journaling in my free time. I love to snowboard in the winters and in the summer for all kinds of outdoor activities like camping, hiking, travelling to new places, biking, skateboarding, anything fun and adventurous!
I figured since I've personally been through a lot that I have the wisdom to share through my own personal experiences. I've always loved helping people and getting to the root cause of things, so it's a passion that has eternally lived inside me. If you have any questions or simply want to connect don't hesitate to Contact Me!