Dr Frank Aieta's Naturopathic Formulas™ Supplements Blog
From cholesterol in the diet and cholesterol manufactured in the liver originates many of the major hormones that fuel the human endocrine system.
Cholesterol is essential for the body's production of pregnenolone, progesterone, cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, estrone, estradiol and estriol.
Most people when asked about cholesterol simply equate it to heart disease yet they don't realize that cholesterol is actually vital for human life.
The thyroid is a small gland located in the neck and is responsible for producing hormones that regulate the rate at which our cells utilize the fuel that we take in from our diet. These thyroid hormones can have a major impact on how we feel on a daily basis. A dysfunction in this gland can lead to a wide array of negative signs and symptoms.
The following are a few signs & symptoms of low thyroid production (hypothyroidism):
* weight gain
* puffy face
* decreased sexual interest
* cold intolerance
* cold hands and feet
* brittle nails
* swollen legs, feet, hands or abdomen
* rough dry skin
* menstrual irregularities
Thyroid hormones can have a major impact on how we feel on a daily basis.
1) How to detox your liver 10,100
2) How to detox your body 5,700
4) How to detox your body from mold 4,100
5) How to detox 3,200
6) How long to detox from alcohol? 3,000
7) How to detox from weed 2,000
8) How to detox from alcohol 1,700
9) How to detox from sugar 1,600
…and that’s just people putting things into their bodies, intentionally for the most part, wanting to find and undo “button” or reverse the affects of too much fun.
But what about the toxins we don’t knowingly ingest or absorb?
On a daily basis in my practice I get asked the question, "Dr. Aieta, what supplements do you personally take every day to maintain overall good health?"
My answer is that I change my supplement plan quite often based upon what symptoms I may be experiencing, the time of year, and my changing nutritional needs.
Summer is finally here! With the nice weather comes increased activity and that can mean achy joints and sore muscles for some of you. Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder in the United States. It primarily affects those over the age of 60 but it can also occur in people in their 40's and 50's, or even younger.