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Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #24

Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #24

Topic Description: Dr. Dale and Mark Alyn discuss latest health freedom issues related to our optimal wellness.

Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #23

Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #23

Topic Description: Dr. Dale and Mark Alyn discuss latest health freedom issues related to our optimal wellness.

Dr. Dale’s – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #22

Dr. Dale’s – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #22

Topic Description: Dr. Dale and Mark Alyn discuss latest health freedom issues related to our optimal wellness.

Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #19

Dr. Dale’s Dr. Dale – NATURAL HEALTH RADIO Week #19

Dr. Theresa Dale and Mark Alyn discuss how natural medicine can help Diabetes and other health issues.

Blog about The Wellness Plan

The Wellness Plan

Personal freedom evolves and depends on a still mind. The key to creation is simple, yet can seem wickedly evasive. This is especially true if you’re listening to those tapes playing in your head. The mind remains necessary, organizing your life and controlling your body. If you are in control of your mind, it will exist as your friend. If not, you’re going to have some very interesting experiences, to say the least.

What goals do you want to achieve in your life; on short term, and long term? What is holding you back?
I’ve created The Wellness Plan for you to help create your goals. I’m looking forward to receiving your feedback.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

Blog about Hormones

What is your experience with Hormones?

A hormone is a chemical messenger formed by an orchestra of highly talented players, such as the adrenal glands, the hypothalamus, the pituitary, the liver, the pancreas, the ovaries, and the thyroid. Hormones commute through your bloodstream via an information superhighway that connects the executive suites of your brain to the DNA managers working in your body’s cells.
Hormones communicate with chemicals, called neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, that are produced by our brains. These neurotransmitters greatly influence our energy levels, moods, and other bodily functions. Women’s bodies contain female hormones such as estrogen, as well as male hormones such as testosterone and androstenedione, which are made by various endocrine glands and are responsible for libido, energy, and well-being.

Really looking forward to your experience with Hormones.
Did you do the Female Hormone Self Test already?
You can leave your feedback in the reply box of the Members blog.

In Good Health, Dr. Theresa Dale

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