A Woman’s Guide to Natural Hormones Book Review

From alleviating symptoms of PMS and menopause to protecting against breast cancer and osteoporosis, the benefits of natural hormones are countless. And because natural hormones offer all the advantages of synthetics without the negative side effects or long-term health risks, more and more doctors are recommending them to their patients. For women of all ages and all stages, this book offers answers to … Continued

The Wisdom of Menopause Book Review

The book starts with Dr. Northrup’s personal journey through school, marriage, childbearing and divorce. It allows us to see her fears, obstacles, successes and shortcomings. We realize that she has been through many of the same things we all go through which gives even more credence to her message. The spirit and the body are … Continued

What Your Doctor Might Not Tell You About Menopause Book Review

Over a decade ago, Dr. John Lee first published his startling conclusions about conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT): synthetic hormones don’t work as predicted and, worse, they pose a health threat to women. His findings touched off a storm of controversy. But years later, research has proved him right. Now millions of women concerned about … Continued

The Thyroid Solution Book Review

It’s sometimes called a hidden epidemic: One in ten Americans — more than twenty million people, most of them women — has a thyroid disorder. At any given time, millions of people have an undiagnosed thyroid disorder and experience a chronic mental anguish that almost certainly arises from the very same source. Yet many primary-care … Continued

The Testosterone Edge Book Review

It’s a fact. As men age their testosterone levels drop. But it’s not just age that can cause a decline in the male hormone. Hyperthyroidism, diseases of the adrenal glands, even stress and anxiety can cause severe testosterone loss to men in their twenties and thirties. And low testosterone levels have been linked to muscle … Continued

The Testosterone Syndrome Book Review

Testosterone therapy can improve the overall health and feeling of well being of aging men, improving sex drive, mental functions, and energy levels and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Sex hormone therapy has likewise proved beneficial to menopausal and postmenopausal women.

The Testosterone Advantage Plan Book Review

Question: After years of trying to enjoy all those unappetizing low-fat foods that were supposed to be our salvation, why are we men fatter than ever before? For that matter, after decades of joint-pounding aerobic exercise, why do so many of us look so sloppy and out of shape? The authors of this book wondered … Continued

Natural Hormone Replacement Book Review for Menopausal Women

For the first time, women facing the dilemma of whether to use synthetic hormone replacement therapy have an alternative. New information about natural replacement hormones offers effective alternatives in the treatment of menopause. This must read book includes an appendix of all compounding pharmacies where natural hormones are available Typical hormone replacement therapy for menopausal women … Continued

The HRT Answers Book Review About Hormone Replacement, Menopause and Andropause

Although only available through her personal publishing company at www.healthyliving.meta-ehealth.com , this book takes a candid look at menopause, hormone balance, and natural hormone replacement. Dr. Pamela Smith, a natural hormone replacement physician for over 15 years, is nationally known for her expertise in hormone replacement therapy for women and men.

Grow Young with Hgh Book Review about supplements, exercise and hormone therapy

In Grow Young with HGH, Dr. Klatz introduces to the public the never-before-revealed, wide-ranging benefits of this extraordinary hormonal therapy that has been proven in human studies to reverse aging. Here, Dr. Klatz explains why HGH is such an amazing medical and scientific advance and how its youth-restoring benefits are available to everyone; he shows … Continued