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  Tips About Sexuality For Women by Dr Christiane Northrup What You Need To Know Sexuality is an organic, normal, physical, and emotional function of human life. And women are capable of sexual function and pleasure throughout their entire lives. It’s realistic and entirely possible to create the sex life of your dreams, one that includes nurturing, intimacy, love, passion, and a spiritual connection—if that’s what you desire. In order to do this, you have to distinguish between your own personal truths about sexuality and the distorted views we’ve inherited from our culture. Here... (Read More ...)

The Power of Being Guided To What is Best For You The paragraphs below are taken from Dr Northrup’s site about her revised book, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. Check it out! This is not how we were raised obviously, to pay attention to our feelings. – It would benefit us to pay attention to what feels good so we can go toward that and what does not feel good so we can go away from those things that give us those feelings. Dr Northrup writes: “It is possible to thrive in a female body instead of simply waiting for disease to happen. It boils down to this: Regardless... (Read More ...)

The Practice of Gratitude Can Make You Healthier In November, our thoughts turn to gratitude. The health benefits of gratitude, which is really the same thing as love, are an amazing example of just how sturdy the bridge is between the mind, body, and emotions. When you find one thing, however small, to be thankful for and you hold that feeling for as little as 15–20 seconds, many subtle and beneficial physiologic changes take place in your body. For example: -Stress hormone levels of cortisol and norepinephrine decrease, creating a cascade of beneficial metabolic changes such as an enhanced... (Read More ...)

Vitamin D Can Help Prevent Certain Cancers New research shows if women in the United States had optimal levels of Vitamin D, thousands of cases of breast cancer could be prevented every year! Did you know, according to thefitbay.com, Vitamin D can prevent certain cancers as prostate, breast, ovarian and colorectal cancers?  It also helps support the immune system and protects the bones. A blood test is what is needed to find out your levels of Vitamin D.  Today the healthy range is considered to be 32-100 mg/ml.  ( Take note that a normal level is much different from an optimal level.) Dr Northup... (Read More ...)

The Gardasil Vaccine When the Gardasil vaccine was approved back in November of 2006, Dr Christiane Northrup was advising mother’s against having themelves and their daughters vaccinated for this the human papilloma virus (HPV) . Merck, the makers of Gardasil set up a media campaign using fear (what else do they use?) with a focus to have every female in America, from the ages of 9 to 26 be vaccinated. They claimed it would prevent cervical cancer. Some states even mandated every girl entering middle school (even those not sexually active) to be vaccinated. This does not make sense, since... (Read More ...)

When looking for a cream or lotion for vaginal dryness, I made a list. The list consisted of creams I had read about that were recommended to menopausal women.  I looked at the local drug store first, thinking that they were all about the same.  I came to the conclusion they were not all about the same.  And there was quite a difference in pricing. I wanted to make sure whatever I chose, I would be happy with. But how do you ever know that unless you have someone recommend one to you they have used and are happy with? I started to look at the ingredients. For some reason, I ended up not buying... (Read More ...)

A study was done on over 200,000 Norwegian women, ages 50-64 over 2 consecutive 6- year periods. Half of the women received regular mammograms and/or periodic breast exams. The other half had no regular screenings for breast cancer. The researchers, H. Gilbert Welch, M.D., Perh-Henrik Zahl, M.D., Ph.D., and Jan Mehlen, M.D., Ph.D. found that the women who received regular routine screening had 22 percent more incidents of breast cancer than the other women in the study. It was concluded by Dr. Welch that the second group of women (who had no regular screenings) had just as many occurrances of breast... (Read More ...)