When we don’t eat regularly we can become cranky and turn into real monsters! Although during Halloween it is socially acceptable to turn into a zombie, ghoul or to flaunt your undead-ness, that’s not always the case the rest of the year. To help you in your time of need, we have matched up your symptoms with your likely monster and recommended a healthy approach to turning you back into normal, no exorcisms or dissections are necessary.



Feeling fat and a little green. To avoid feeling like Shrek and lose weight and feel fab. Try garcinia cambogia, a small tropical fruit which is also a popular weight-loss supplement. People say it blocks your body's ability to make fat and halts your appetite. Read about the great benefits this supplement.


Sleepless nights and feeling like the walking dead might be due to stress, a cold or flu, No wonder you have bags and dark circles underneath your eyes. If you have a sore throat, coughs, a raspy voice and stuffy nose, then get elderberries and crush them into a yummy tea.


If you feel drained and tired and you are craving the taste of human blood...then you are turning into Dracula. Jokes aside, you may be anemic, which means you are not getting enough iron. So, don’t turn into a bat and fly away and avoid the issue. Face it and eat some broccoli! Other iron-rich foods include:

  • Red meat, pork and poultry
  • Seafood
  • Beans
  • Dark green leafy vegetables, such as spinach
  • Dried fruit, such as raisins and apricots
  • Peas

Eating iron-rich foods will not only improve your mood, they will give you some color to your pale skin.


If you’re feeling like a witch, wrinkled, worts and varicose veins popping out, don’t fret. Putting creams with vitamin E on your face will help to keep it soft and supple. Taking supplements with Witch Hazel and Butcher’s Broom, will not only make you feel at home with your ghastly appearance, they will reduce inflammation, wrinkles and the bulging of your varicose and spider veins.

Mummy (Mom)


Any mummy-to-be must take a prenatal multivitamin that includes folic acid before and during pregnancy. Folic acid can help prevent birth defects of your baby's brain and spinal cord. Once, your little monster arrives. taking supplements with moringa oleifera is essential for increasing your milk supply. Turmeric tea with milk will be a welcome reprieve on those nights when your baby is crying and will also help improve your overall well-being.

Final Thoughts On NOT Turning Into A Monster

Rather than turning into a real monster this Halloween, buy a spooky top or a costume instead. Then, of course, take your kids trick-or-treating, throw a scary party or serve dinner from a boiling cauldron that is cooking a stew of eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat, and tongue of dog. Mostly, enjoy this holiday, candied apples, jack-o-lanterns and all.

Brought to you by our expert team at Authority Health.

Barrett is a clinical pharmacologist who studied at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas. He currently works in a chemistry laboratory in Columbia University (where he also lecturers occasionally) investigating how pharmaceuticals interact with our biological systems. He specializes in and is passionate about how medication used for treating ADD and ADHD may impact long-term cognitive abilities. He has written many papers and is often consulted in a number of lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies.

He follows a strict diet loosely based on the Keto principles and enjoys the science and chemistry behind food and preparing meals. He is an avid cyclist and cross country runner. His aspirations include only to be the best at what he does, whatever that may be.