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Last night, I was with a friend who had been reading my last few newsletters…

She mentioned that the adrenal program we just released sounded great, but she was struggling with one thing.

She didn’t know what the adrenals were, or what they did.

When she said that I realized that maybe some of you didn’t know either.

So today’s newsletter, I’m going to share with you what the adrenals do (for beginners) and then share the most effective way to help rebuild them (for the experts and beginners!). I’m also going to address why coffee, cacao (chocolate) and green teas may not be so great for you.

First, the time is getting short for the 50% off deal on “The Complete Adrenal Health Program.”

This is a complete program that will help you determine how your adrenals are functioning, help you decide what tests to take, and give you the protocols – including herbs, foods, and supplements – to help you take control over your own personal health.

This is a comprehensive audio and PDF course on how you can successfully correct many adrenal issues and give your body the support it needs to improve your health.

It also gives you access to Dr. Williams’ own proprietary testing protocols and regimens to help identify certain common adrenal issues that many doctors misdiagnose.

This program, until December 22nd, is almost 50% off.

So please be sure to take advantage of this deal and treat your adrenals kindly, your health relies on it!

Here’s where you can read more and get this program now…

Now on to the newsletter…

First things first – what are the adrenals?

The adrenals are rather small glands that sit above the kidneys. They are part of the endocrine system that acts as the body’s messaging system.

Your endocrine glands secrete hormones which tell your body to do certain things.

The adrenals help regulate your fight or flight response and also produce pre-hormones that help build hormones in your body like DHEA, progesterone, testosterone, estrogen and others.

In a perfect world, the adrenals wouldn’t work so much – meaning that the fight or flight mechanism wouldn’t need to be fired.

But in our stress-filled environment, our adrenals are ridiculously over taxed. This overuse causes the release of excess adrenaline and cortisol, plus can slow the production of the pre-hormones that are necessary for the creation of your other feel good and sex hormones.

The release of these adrenal hormones causes acidity in the body, salt and sugar cravings, cardiovascular issues like hypertension, metabolic issues like weight gain or weight loss, and can strain the immune system.

Eventually, after time and continued stress, the adrenals can become increasingly sluggish which actually drops the levels of cortisol and slows the entire endocrine system.

As you can see, it makes sense to keep these little guys healthy.

If you’re constantly sick, struggling to lose weight, drinking teas or coffee or eating chocolate all the time, are unable to sleep, or having trouble getting out of bed then chances are your adrenals are overworked.

The good news is that you can do something about it.

Right now, I’m going to share 5 things that are effective for adrenal support…

1. Elimination of stressors.

Get the stress out of your life.

Stress can come from many sources like commuting, TV, relationships, your job, pressure to perform, money… if you’re stressed about it, you’ve got to deal with it and take it out of your life.


You have to realize that stress is emotionally and physically created by you.

It’s not the issue you’re dealing with that is causing the stress, it’s you that’s creating it around the issue.

2. Drop the stimulants.

The major stimulants are coffee, caffeinated teas, cacao or chocolate, and sugars.

Each one of these substances causes a strong adrenal reaction and increases the stress on you adrenals.

Removing these from your diet, will ensure you a more balanced and calm lifestyle.

3. Get mineralized.

Your adrenals need minerals.

Your body does too.

If your adrenals are overtaxes, you’ll need to balance your body’s acidity with extra minerals.

A high quality mineral supplement will help.

We like Liquid Light from Sunwarrior.

4. Exercise gently.

Too much high intensity exercise can lead to adrenal stress.

I’m sure you’ve seen the marathoners who are still young but have graying hair and wrinkled skin.

Depending on your levels of adrenal stress, you need to modulate your exercise routines.

Too much exercise for the overstressed is not a good formula for optimal health.

5. Do it with herbs.

As you know, the adaptogenic herbs are some of my favorite and most versatile.

Adaptogenic herbs like rhodiola, Siberian ginseng and holy basil are some of the best.

Hope this helps with understanding the adrenals better as well as help with what you can start doing now!

In “The Complete Adrenal Health Program,” Dr. Williams covers these topics in detail as well as about a dozen more herbs, supplements (plus how much you should take) and changes you can make to put your adrenals back into great health.

The program is available now for almost 50% off, so be sure to get it at this great discount. (Until Tomorrow!)

Here’s where you can get it and read more now…

Talk to you tomorrow!

Live Awesome!

Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.

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