Getting deep, restorative sleep is a concern if you are always tired. Did you know that digestion can affect your ability to achieve a calm and restful sleep? There are many possible reasons for your lack of energy. Stress, adrenal fatigue, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, pain – all of these conditions can cause you to be tired. There is an answer to your fatigue… but you won’t find it in a can of Red Bull or a 5-hour Energy bottle.
Traditional medical advice told me there was no cure…
After suffering for years from fatigue related to 2 autoimmune disorders, and seeing several medical and “non-traditional” doctors, I decided to work with a nutritionist to see if that might help. I found Gay Riley on the internet, as no local nutritionists were taking new patients. Gay reviewed my records, then recommended a gluten free diet—2 weeks before Christmas! It has been a difficult journey, but she held my hand (over the internet!) and supported my journey with compassion and wisdom. After 6 months, my endocrinologist saw the thyroid antibodies decline significantly…very interesting, as traditional medical advice told me there was no cure, only treatment of symptoms. Granted, I’m not cured of the autoimmune disorders, but I have experienced more energy as a result of the dietary and supplement regime that Gay proposed. I am deeply grateful for her expertise and ongoing support.
~Kathryn, San Francisco
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Getting deep, restorative sleep is a concern if you are always tired. Did you know that digestion can affect your ability to achieve a calm and restful sleep?
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If you are unable to handle the demands of a busy schedule, there may be other factors that need to be considered?
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We are learning more everyday about the role our genes have in our health and development of disease.
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These days it seems as if everyone offers nutrition advice. The oceans of conflicting food, diet and supplement information can become overwhelming.