The Low Estrogen Myth – Should I Really Add Hormones?

Are you a female over the age of 25 and having hormonal symptoms?  Maybe a little more estrogen will do the trick right?  Or is it your progesterone that is too low?  Essentially every blood hormone test I have reviewed, (I don’t run blood hormones, which I’ll cover later.) shows low estrogen.  How is it …

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Vitamin E – Hormones and Pain

Vitamin E – Hormones, Health and Pain Vitamin E plays an important role in maintaining your reproductive and hormonal health, but much like Vitamin A, it was demonized by the media as being toxic in excessive amounts and it quickly lost its popularity. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that plays important roles in regulating …

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Hormone Replacement Therapy and Hormonal Imbalances

I get a phone call or two every week asking if I offer hormone replacement therapy. I don’t offer that or recommend it for 99% of the population even if they are “bio-identical” or “natural”. Now stay with me, as this may get controversial because even many holistic practitioners advocate HRT. You can be prescribed …

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Are Your Adrenals Ruining Your Fertility?

The adrenal glands sit on top of our kidneys and release both sex hormones and other hormones in response to stress. Any time you have intense emotions, over-exert yourself or get exposed to environmental toxins or allergens, the adrenal glands kick it up a notch.  This overdrive can lead to the unwanted side-effect of infertility. …

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