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Mother’s milk is the best choice for your growing newborn. It contains all the nutrients necessary to ensure healthy development, including antibodies to protect your baby against infectious and chronic illness. It’s the only nutrition your child needs for the first six months.
Menopause is a natural process that happens when menstruation ends—the ovary no longer produces eggs, and produces less estrogen and progesterone. This usually occurs around the age of 50. A woman is considered menopausal after one year without a period.
Inflammation is a natural part of the body’s immune system. It can be a response to a foreign element, such as a virus or bacteria, but it can also repair damaged tissue. When this normal healing process is disrupted, however, inflammation can become chronic.
Hypoglycemia occurs when blood sugar levels are too low. It’s most common among diabetics who inject insulin or take oral diabetes medicine, but it can happen to anyone if they haven’t eaten in a while or after a meal high in carbohydrates.
Hypertension results when the pressure the blood exerts on the arteries while it is being pumped is too heavy. It is important to treat hypertension because blood pressure that is too high can cause damage to blood vessels and even increase the risk of a cardiovascular event.
Celiac disease—also known as gluten intolerance—is an autoimmune disease trigged by eating gluten, present in wheat, rye and barley. The body’s immune system responds abnormally to gluten, damaging the lining of the small intestine and reducing absorption of certain nutrients.