A compound known as DIM—naturally occurring in broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and other cruciferous vegetables—has an amazing ability to treat estrogen dominance and help the body detoxify xenoestrogens. DIM helps estrogen …Read More
Q. Dear Terry, “After my second pregnancy, I developed varicose veins in both legs. I am pretty active and eat well, but I’m wondering if there is anything else I can do to help reduce the appearance and mild discomfort from the varicose veins?”
Q. Dear Terry, “My mother developed early-onset osteoporosis and it’s greatly impacted her life. I’m in my early 40s and don’t want the same to happen to me. I’ve been doing strength training with a physical therapist. What else can I start doing now to prevent osteoporosis in the future?”
Q. Dear Terry, “After a recent illness, my hair started falling out. My doctor said this is normal and it could take three to six months for my hair to start growing back. Is there anything I can take to make my hair grow faster?”
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