How your cortisol fluctuates and how it impacts your energy

Following from yesterday’s email about cortisol and that it is an important ingredient for your energy levels: Your cells need glucose, together with T3 hormones, to produce energy.  The glucose level in your blood is managed by cortisol. However, cortisol fluctuates during the day, and our quality of sleep also affects our cortisol levels.  Here’s how it works […]

The link between blood sugar levels, thyroid hormone levels, and your energy

Fatigue is a symptom that can have many underlying causes. While too little thyroid hormones (T4, T3 or both) could be cause, what if your thyroid hormones levels are “normal”?  What then? Hello cortisol. You may know cortisol as your stress-coping hormone.  Did you know that your cells contain mitochondria, which is like the cell’s energy […]