Reduce Menopause Misery! With Diet and Lifestyle Changes

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Published by: Vitalité Quebec | October 2011 Issue
Written by: Marita Schauch, ND

Menopause represents a natural but major transition period in the lives of most women. The average age of menopause is 51 with most women entering menopause between the ages of 45 and 55.  Up to 80 per cent of women will experience mild to moderate menopause symptoms, while 10 to15 percent will suffer severe symptoms. Symptoms include: anxiety, hot flashes, night sweats, sleep problems, brain fog and memory problems, mood swings, irritability, depression and weight gain. Read More

On September 21, 2011, posted in: Published Articles , Women's Health

Adrenal Fatigue: Why am I always tired?

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Every day in practice I see patients who complain of unrelenting fatigue.  They wake up unrefreshed, drag themselves through each day, and if given the opportunity could nap in the afternoon.  Some patients sleep through their alarm every morning only to hit snooze a half a dozen times and then nurse themselves with coffee all day so that they can function and feel “normal”. Read More

On September 12, 2011, posted in: Adrenal Fatigue , Published Articles

A Natural Approach to Hormone Health

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Published in: Vitalité Quebec | May 2011 Issue
Written by: Marita Schauch, BSc, ND

Healthy hormonal balance is essential for a woman’s quality of life during her reproductive and menopausal years.  Disruptions in hormone balance can lead to menstrual disorders such as irregular bleeding and heavy bleeding, symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), as well as menopausal symptoms later in life.  It is estimated that 30% of all women experience symptoms of PMS during their reproductive years. Read More

On May 1, 2011, posted in: Published Articles , Women's Health

The Adrenal Stress Connection - Book


Adrenal fatigue is a very common and quickly growing problem of modern life. The stressors we are faced with on a daily basis, such family and financial problems, increased work load, lack of physical exercise, insufficient rest, poor diet, environmental toxins all contribute to more stress on the stress adaptive organs, the adrenal glands. Adrenal stress has left millions of people suffering from a problem that mostly goes unrecognized and untreated. Not only does the Read More

On January 1, 2010, posted in: Adrenal Fatigue , Published Articles