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Begin by taking our Liver Quiz. Learn your health risks and discover what health areas you may need to improve.

Take the Liver Quiz

Next, take our Hormone Quiz. Hormone balance is critical for good health. This quiz will help determine any imbalances you may have.

Take the Hormone Quiz

Sure, it’s tiring, but everyone knows you feel good – emotionally and physically – after you work out. What you may not know is that it improves your thinking capacity and can slow the aging process both physically and mentally.

There is strong scientific evidence that exercise:

  • Reduces risk of premature death, heart disease, stroke, diabetes high blood pressure, colon cancer, and breast cancer
  • Reduces depression, anxiety, and stress
  • Helps control weight
  • Helps build and maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints
  • Decreases the likelihood of falling
  • Enhances self-image and promotes psychological well-being
  • Increases energy
  • Reduces the risk of cognitive decline
  • Stimulates creative thinking

Exercise gives you energy and improves your mood. When your heart beats faster, blood flow to your muscles increases. Your blood vessels open to receive more oxygen and carry away waste. You’ll even experience an increase of endorphins, those natural molecules that help relieve pain, reduce cravings and decrease stress. In other words, you’ll simply feel better. When you feel good, you’re in a better mood and your outlook on life shifts. Regular exercise will even help you sleep more deeply, so you wake up more refreshed and ready to greet the day.

Exercise can also cause injuries, adds oxidative stress and do the opposite of the above. Work with a health coach and get a free consultation to find out how you may be able to work out smarter, not harder. 

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