Education

This section includes educational content on common and often misrepresented health conditions.

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Why Do We Develop Allergies?

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After I have shared with you my Nickel Allergy Journey, I began to wonder. Why do we develop allergies? What causes them? And are there any ways to prevent them? This is the topic of today’s post 🤩. What Does It Mean To Have An Allergy? Allergies occur when your […]

An overview of What's in My Nickel-free Make-Up Bag
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What’s In My Nickel-free Make-Up Bag

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For the last few weeks, I have shared with you my nickel allergy journey. If you are interested, I first shared how I came to my diagnosis and how difficult it was to find answers in My Nickel Allergy Journey – Part 1. Last week, I shared what nickel is, […]

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My Nickel Allergy Journey – Part 2

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Last week, I told you my story about finally being diagnosed with my nickel allergy. If you have not read it, you can do so here. This week, I want to share with you the “aftermath” of said diagnosis. Because as elated as I was for a second, I soon […]

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My Nickel Allergy Journey – Part 1

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If you are part of my newsletter community, you know that I share one thing time and time again. If your health does not “feel” right do not stop pursuing answers until you find them. That is the reason why I am sharing with you my nickel allergy journey – […]

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Sleep and Stress

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So after covering why sleep is important and the link between sleep and nutrition this final week in this series focuses on the linkage between sleep and stress. Lets’ dive in. What do I mean with “Stress”? In short, stress is a state of the sympathetic nervous system where we […]

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Sleep and Nutrition

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Last week, we covered why sleep is important. If you have not read that one, I urge you to go back and read it prior to this one – it is a goody and this post also largely builds on the previous one. This week, we are talking more about […]