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  1. There are really only two opinions you should have to worry about: 1. Getting your hormones tested is worth it. 2. Getting your hormones tested is not worth it. My take? Get the test. It is relatively inexpensive especially if you have insurance. Whether or not you agree with Ben or with SweetJade, you'll know for sure if you have a problem. And if you're one of the people in which hormones are a problem, you'll be very grateful you finally figured it out. If you're not, no big deal, now you
  2. Acne can be caused hormonal imbalances. When you change your diet, you are changing one of the most powerful hormones in your body, insulin. This is why diet works for some people. Steroidal medications like hydrocortisone (common in skin creams), cortisone, prednisone, birth control, thyroid drugs, and asthma drugs can cause all kinds of hormonal changes. Long-term use of low doses and any use of high doses can cause permanent changes. If you have ever been on any of these kinds of drugs, I st
  3. For those of you who are interested in the connection between your adrenals and insulin:
  4. I found some good looking products at Aubrey Organics. Anyone tried their stuff before?
  5. I believe I may have serveral food allergies and intolerances and I'd like to get them tested by a doctor. What are the best tests to ask for? Thanks!
  6. To improve my health as much as possible, I am removing all chemical cleansers from my regimen. However, I am having trouble finding good all natural ones. Any recommendations? I'm looking for facial cleansers, body washes (liquid or bar) and shampoo. Organic is always a plus. My skin is also extremely dry because of a course of Accutane I had many years ago, so extra sensitive and moisturizing stuff is best. Thanks!
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