1. Balance your hormone levels using exercise

    When engaging in physical activity, your body will produce and release a number of different hormones; including endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, estrogen, and testosterone. Even when you’re working on correcting a hormone imbalance through bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, it’s important to exercise regularly to maintain the production of your body’s most vital hormones and chemical…Read More

  2. Everyday chemicals that can trigger hormone imbalance

    In the United States, chemicals are used in a surprising number of routine, everyday tasks, such as cleaning, bathing, makeup application, and cooking, and can even be found in municipal water supplies. Since chemicals are so widely used, many often disregard the fact that the consistent use of and exposure to most types of chemicals can be hazardous to our health. Additionally, many don’t know …Read More

  3. Foods that naturally balance hormones and brighten skin

    Your body’s hormones control more than just your reproductive system, and are also responsible for your mood, energy, libido, digestion, metabolism, and the appearance of your skin. When your hormones become imbalanced, one of the best ways to start getting your hormone levels back on track is to eat healthier foods that promote healthy and normal hormone production. For optimal hormone producti…Read More

  4. Hormone pellet therapy aids in weight loss

    Hormones play a vital role in a person’s overall body weight and body composition. When a person’s hormones become imbalanced, they can experience weight gain due to having lower energy levels and increased fat deposits. Adversely, people who become overweight can also experience hormone fluctuations as a result of suffering from symptoms related to metabolic syndrome. Hormones and your weigh…Read More

  5. Heavy sodium intake leads to accelerated aging and shorter telomeres

    According to the American Heart Association, excessive sodium intake can increase your risk for major life-threatening diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, and cancer, and can even cause you to experience puffiness, bloating, and weight gain. Now, a new scientific study is showing that heavy sodium intake can also accelerate the aging process and shorten a person’s …Read More

  6. Bioidentical hormones can improve thyroid function

    The thyroid is a gland in your neck that secretes hormones into your bloodstream, and is partly responsible for controlling your overall metabolism. When your thyroid activity becomes low and your body fails to produce the amount of hormones it needs, your metabolism will be affected and you can begin to experience fatigue, dry and thinning hair and skin, weight gain, and even depression. Low thyr…Read More

  7. What telomeres can tell you about your true biological age

    As we become older, sometimes it can be difficult to determine a person’s true age based on physical appearance. People with the same chronological age (such as two people both aged 65) can often be extremely different from one another in both appearance and health based on the lifestyle choices each has made. For example, those who have smoked their entire lives may suffer from health condition…Read More

  8. Bioidentical hormones can improve heart health; company responds to misleading study

    Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a natural and safe method for treating hormone imbalances in men and women, and has been linked to relief of depression, improved sex drive, restoration of sleep patterns, and other positive health benefits, including a lower risk for heart disease in men. Earlier this year on January 29, a peer-reviewed medical journal known as PLoS One published…Read More

  9. Tips for choosing the right bioidenticals physician

    Making the decision to undergo bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is one of the smartest decisions you can make when it comes to doing what’s right and healthy for your aging body. If you previously worked with a doctor who offered conventional means of HRT, sometimes figuring what to look for in a physician who offers BHRT can be a bit overwhelming. Here are some tips you can follo…Read More

  10. 6 top causes of hormone imbalances in women

    Hormones are responsible for regulating and controlling our normal, everyday bodily functions. When our hormones become imbalanced, we can often experience a number of uncomfortable and unhealthy side effects, such as moodiness, low libido, low energy levels, and more. In women, hormone imbalances and menopause can lead to problems with sleeping, hot flashes, migraines, incontinence, and other adv…Read More