Ways to Activate Your Vagus Nerve

Why do you want to activate it in the first place? * Because the vagus nerve is connecting the brain to and controlling the most vital organs being the longest nerve in the autonomic nervous system (regulates the body’s unconscious … Continue reading Ways to Activate Your Vagus Nerve

5 Ways to Boost Progesterone Naturally

Progesterone is a natural antidepressant, it’s soothing, sedating. It calms you down, sets you at ease, neutralises any stress, raises body temperature, boosts metabolism. We have more progesterone in the brain than in the blood. Do you think we are … Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost Progesterone Naturally

Klara’s favorite

Klara (41) couldn’t sleep without socks, constipated, found her hair everywhere on the couch, by the end of the day she felt completely waisted, had a period in every 3 weeks, and she found the worst of all that she gained 5 kg in half year regardless how careful she though she was with food. Her blood test indicated low thyroid functions, and for her biggest surprise her specialist turned to her and said that she can try changing her lifestyle first, she has a little time before medication is necessary and gave her half year for the next check up. That’s how … Continue reading Klara’s favorite

For microbes in the breast tissue

The Human Genome Project (HGP) run by the American National Institutes of Health (NIH) between 1990 and 2003, intended  to identify all the genes of the human body, which they named the human genom. What they found was shocking. They discovered that only the 5th of the human genome is actually of strictly human origin. The rest of important genetic information comes from microbes! This discovery led NIH researchers to go a step further. They created the Microbiome Project (HMP) in 2007 to define the human biome, the “bacteria, bacteriophage, fungi, protozoa and viruses” that live “inside and on the human body.” Still it … Continue reading For microbes in the breast tissue