It has always been my intention to tap into the body’s innate wisdom. I feel strongly that communication with the genetic blueprint is possible if…and this is a big if…our hormones are in balance. By focusing on the hypothalamus which directs all the hormones including neurotransmitters and immune cytokines, I was able to get my own hormones in balance and hundreds of others over the past thirteen years.
Welcome to the Hormone Queen Blog
If you’re having trouble getting pregnant and want to know which hormones could be causing your infertility
Then this video is for you.
It’s sad how many patients I’ve seen over the past thirty years who have spent so much time and money on infertility treatments before addressing their hormonal imbalances.
If you know which of these four hormones are causing your infertility and address the imbalance, then you’ll save yourself a lot of heartache and have a healthy pregnancy. [Read more…] about 4 Hormones That Induce Infertility
If you want to know how to breakthrough insulin resistance and lose that belly fat —Then this video is for you.
If you follow these five easy Hormone Healing steps, you’re going to reverse insulin resistance, reduce inflammation, and get your trim waistline back. [Read more…] about 5 Tips for Insulin Resistance – Lose That Belly Fat
Your hypothalamus controls your moods.
Feed it and your underlying emotion emerges.
Your moods fuel your behavior. But behavior is learned and can be changed.
When I was in grad school, working weekend night shifts at UCLA as a float nurse, raising a medically challenged two year old, trying to pay our first mortgage, my husband and I separated. It was my choice. We had been together since high school and needed a break. I had fast tracked my life.
Super serious, valedictorian, the perfect girl syndrome which manifested as an eating disorder…led to college graduation, career, marriage, a mortgage, a baby, grad school…all in a two year span. Add the death of my grandparents, the divorce of my parents, and my husband becoming a cop…well, kind of stressful.
But Super Deborah handled it all! Or did she? [Read more…] about Your Hypothalamus Controls Your Moods…Not Your Behavior
If you want know want to know if you might be insulin resistant Then this video is for you.
insulin resistance sign #1, You have an insulin meter
Insulin resistance just means your cells are not letting sugar in except your belly fat cells. Yes, that roll of belly fat may indicate that you could be insulin resistant. Insulin’s job is to escort sugar to your cells for energy production. So why would your body become insulin resistant. We’ll make a fist. That’s the size of your healthy heart. Any bigger and it would not be an efficient pump for your body. Your heart can only use all that sugar floating around in your blood stream to pump faster or grow. If you’re not running away from a tiger, then your heart closes the doorways to sugar. That’s called insulin resistance. Your belly fat always keeps the doors to insulin and sugar open. [Read more…] about Insulin Resistance Explained | 3 Signs You Need to Know
Your immune system’s job is to protect you. Your bone marrow produces the soldiers – your White Blood Cells (W.B.C.). These young W.B.C.s must be trained, so they go to the thymus for boot camp. Then your trained W.B.C.s travel around your body looking for invaders.
They depend on your tonsils, appendix, and lymph nodes to hold onto any suspicious organisms.
Once your W.B.C.s capture the invaders, they travel to your spleen. In your spleen, your W.B.C.s are debriefed. The information regarding the safety of your body is then communicated to the thymus via cytokines – the tiniest of hormones.
The white blood cells are specifically programmed by your thymus to know the difference between you and other.
Your hypothalamus controls your immune system. At night your hypothalamus triggers your pituitary gland to produce a hormone called prolactin. Prolactin triggers your thymus to program white blood cells known as lymphocytes to know the difference between you and other. [Read more…] about Your Body Tries To Protect Itself