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The Big 2 Health Issues for Women
By Brazos Minshew, TriVita Chief Science Officer
I recently took a survey of the women I know over 30 years of age. I wanted to see which health issues (beyond hormone problems) prevent women from doing the things that matter most to them as they age. Below is a discussion of the Big 2: fatigue and pain.
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The sensation of physical and mental fatigue easily tops the list of health issues. Some of these complaints spring from the work ethic of women: A man works from sun to sun, but a womans work is never done. Often, women run out of energy before they run out of day!
Energy imbalances are like all other imbalances: they are created by injury, toxicity, stress and deficiency. Women over 30 share five deficiencies that can cause physical and mental fatigue:
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However, unrelenting fatigue may be a sign of a serious medical condition. Always have your annual medical examination and discuss the issue of physical and mental fatigue with your healthcare provider.
Pain may also be caused by injury, toxicity, stress and deficiency. Joint pain is most commonly caused by Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD). Beyond direct injury to your joints or low back, DJD is actually a sign of water and sulfur deficiency, often caused by toxicity. Joints may literally dry out and shrink, becoming unstable and painful instead of supple and supportive.
Common toxins in our environment require dietary sulfur to detoxify them. Dietary sulfur is found predominantly in Brassica vegetables: cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, mustard greens, turnip greens (and turnips), rutabagas and kohlrabi. These should make up several of the 7 (women) to 9 (men) vegetable and fruit servings you enjoy every day.
Pain and fatigue do not have to be part of aging if we address the common toxins and deficiencies that may underlie these symptoms. Eliminating toxins (take the Wellness Challenge to see how Nopalea can help), filling up deficiencies, and learning and living the 10 Essentials for Health and Wellness are the keys to vitality and longevity for both women and men!
Brazos MInshew is TriVitas Chief Science Officer, in charge of formulating the best new supplements possible. He is dedicated to bringing greater health and wellness to TriVita Members. He combines an extensive background in medical science, naturopathy, and alternative treatments to create lifestyle and nutritional solutions to prevalent health challenges.
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