Progesterone Replacement in Women

Ladies, what if I told you there was a medication that you could take that could control your PMS, balance your moods, improve your cholesterol, improve heart health, decrease bloating, all with one pill. 

Would you be interested in that?   

This post is all about progesterone replacement in women.  I'm going to give you the three most important things you need to know and understand about progesterone, and the two conversations that you need to have with your doctor today. 

Testosterone Replacement In Women

Testosterone replacement in women prevents osteoporosis, Alzheimer's dementia and heart disease. 

It also improves sex life and turns back the clock of aging without needles filled with Botox or fillers

It's one of the most important hormones for preventing disease and making you leaner, stronger and more vibrant. 

I'm also going to give you three very important conversations to have with your doctor about testosterone replacement. 

Estrogen Replacement In Women

What if I told you that the symptoms of menopause didn't have to happen?

And what if I also told you that by treating the symptoms of menopause with bioidentical hormones you could not only feel better, but you could live longer?

Well, it's true.

Symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia, moodiness, and weight gain..... GONE.

In this post, we're going to discuss one of the most controversial topics in women's health, estrogen therapy for postmenopausal women. 

And, I'm going to give you three conversations to have with your doctor about estrogen replacement.  

Testosterone Replacement In Men

What if I told you there is a drug for men that reduces risk of heart attack and stroke, makes you faster, stronger, leaner, better in bed, more creative and clearer thinking, and reduces your risk for Alzheimer's and dementia? 

Is that something you'd be interested in?

I'm excited to share with you a seven-part deep dive into hormone replacement therapy, beginning with testosterone replacement in men. 

An Intro To Bioidentical Hormones

The human experience is that we peak around 25 years old, then we stay relatively steady for about a decade only to slowly and steadily decline over the next 40 or 50 years.

This is the narrative that we've all come to accept as normal because it's common.

But do we have to? 

In today's episode I'm going to be giving you the two most important reasons why you need to replace your hormones, the two biggest misconceptions about hormone replacement, and a few conversations that you need to have with your doctor about hormone replacement.