1. Flu Vaccine Effectiveness

    Please review this article that shares some of my thoughts about the flu shot. This past weekend the report card came out about this years flu shot for adults . . . only 12% effective! My recommendation is a strong immune system to prevent the flu through out BHRT program. Taking Vitamin D3 and keeping your levels up is critical. Make sure we are checking that often. If you think you are getting t…Read More

  2. Perimenopausal depression explained in new study

    Perimenopause, which is generally defined as the time around which menopause occurs, has always been linked to clinical depression as a result of hormonal changes in the body. Mood swings, irritability, anxiety, and depression are just some of the mental health issues associated with a woman’s decline in estrogen. However, a new study has found a direct cause-and-effect link between depression a…Read More

  3. 6 secrets to living longer from long-lived people

    Okinawa, Japan is known as one of the world’s five Blue Zones -- regions in which people are known to live longer lives into their late 90s and 100s as a result of being physically and mentally healthy. The people of Okinawa generally tend to get plenty of exercise, eat a healthy diet, spend lots of time outdoors, and practice a certain positive mindedness that allows them to live happy, fulfill…Read More

  4. Five factors that affect testosterone in men

    Most American men will begin to experience a decline in testosterone when they turn 30 years of age. Lowered testosterone levels can cause fatigue, depression, low sex drive, and a number of other serious health problems. Although declined hormone levels are generally associated with the aging process, the truth is that healthy males should maintain normal testosterone development up to the day th…Read More

  5. Tips for choosing the best anti-aging sunscreen

    Excess sun exposure can lead to visible signs of accelerated aging and sun damage, and can even increase your risk for cancer. Over the years, there has been lots of controversy surrounding the safety of your skin in the sun, as well as the best types of sunscreen to use. New research has shed light on the differences between UV-ray types, and has uncovered facts about the efficacy of some of the …Read More

  6. Boost heart health with progesterone and BHRT

    For many decades, there has been ongoing controversy and debates about the safety and efficacy of conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) versus bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Both therapies are meant to correct problems with hormonal imbalance, especially in women who have undergone menopause, but recently, studies have emerged that link conventional, synthetic methods of…Read More

  7. Top 3 ways to reverse thinning hair problems

    Thinning hair and baldness is so common that many individuals attribute hair loss to the natural aging process. Alopecia, which is the medical term for baldness, is experienced by over 50 percent of all adult men and women in the United States. 30 percent of all people suffer from some type of hair loss before they turn 30, and 50 percent experience worsened thinning hair and balding by the time t…Read More

  8. Tips for managing your skin throughout menopause

    No matter where you are in the stages of menopause -- whether it be perimenopause, menopause, or postmenopause -- you’re most likely going to experience a series of changes related to hormonal imbalance. While hot flashes and irritability are a few of the more well-known symptoms of menopause, women may also experience redness, dryness, breakouts, and itchiness of the skin as a result of having …Read More

  9. Breakfast foods that can help reverse aging

    Throughout your life, you may have heard hundreds of times that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A healthy, hearty breakfast has been shown to have the ability to boost your body’s energy levels, as well as your mental clarity. Now, a collection of new studies are showing that breakfast can also slow down and reverse the aging process, and promote a longer, fuller life. Here are …Read More

  10. Tips for preventing ingrown hairs

    If you’ve been shaving your legs, underarms, or face for as long as you can remember, you’re probably already well aware that you either end up with soft, smooth skin or red, irritating bumps that normally signify the presence of ingrown hairs. Ingrown hairs usually occur as a result of dry shaving or clogged hair follicles, and can lead to infection when left untreated or treated improperly a…Read More