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Hormones have a profound effect on our mental, physical and emotional health! 🤪

Many people have symptoms that ultimately reflect a hormonal imbalance. Our modern fast-paced lifestyle means we have less time and reserves to recuperate, whilst simultaneously being exposed to an unprecedented array of endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Many people spend years struggling with symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, low energy, concentration problems, low libido, low mood, insulin resistance, breast tenderness, painful or heavy or irregular periods and many others related to hormonal imbalance. Treating the symptoms won’t fix the core issue, but looking at your hormones can.

If you would like more information hormone balancing, please contact me. 🌿xo

Your gut is one of the hardest working systems in your body.💩

Meal after meal, it hustles to digest your food and extract the nutrients required to sustain you.🥦

Despite it’s solid work ethic, your gut can experience occasional performance hiccups, leading to digestive symptoms. While many of these are normal, others may indicate something more serious. Read our blog post “Bloating, Flatulence, Constipation, Diarrhoea? How to Know When to Get Help” here – https://blog.metagenics.com.au/bloating-flatulence-constipation-diarrhoea-how-to-know-when-to-get-help/

To discover what your symptoms say about your gut and ways to improve them. If your gut symptoms are troubling you, speak to me about a comprehensive plan of attack.🌿

Does this sound like YOU!🤔💩

A lot of people don’t realise they have gut issues, as some signs and symptoms are difficult to diagnosis. Especially as they can effect many parts of the body.

Your gut plays a VERY important role in YOUR HEALTH. 🌿

To find out more about how I can help YOU, please contact me. 💚xo

Did you know that the health status of males in most countries, including Australia, is generally poorer than that of females?🤔

Men take their own lives at four times the rate of women (that’s five men a day, on average). Accidents, cancer and heart disease all account for the majority of male deaths. Men are also less frequent visitors to general Practitioners. Men’s Health Week runs from the 15th to the 21st of June. This week provides a platform for challenging and debating key issues in men’s health and to raise the profile of men. It aims to bring awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. We encourage you to visit menshealthweek.org.au to find out more about Men’s Health Week, and how you can get involved.💙