Disease Prevention

Baby Boomers on Testosterone

Why does testosterone make for a great Father’s Day? Or Grandfather’s Day?  Mike Clark, Ph.D., J.D., MBA, FAARFM, ABAAHP, Certified in Brain Fitness Countless studies have shown that testosterone has significant benefits for  cardiovascular risk factors including improving obesity, metabolic syndrome and erectile dysfunction. It is also protective of the brain and has a positive …

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Sermorelin, a bio-identical hormone that stimulates Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH)

Many of our clients (men and women) are using Human Growth Hormone (HGH) for its many benefits including the following:  Faster healing of any type of injury, fracture, or wound 15% average decrease in fat over  6 months 8% to 10% average increase in muscle and lean body structures Improved skin texture with fewer skin …

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Eat Fat and Die? Not Really.

The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease “Saturated fat does not cause heart disease”—or so concluded a big study published in March in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. For years we have been told that saturated fat is bad for us because it raises cholesterol and causes heart disease. During the anti-fat crusade, …

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Progesterone: Why you can’t live without it!!

“The linchpin of the family is the mother, so when her life becomes a misery each month, and the disturbances of the premenstrual syndrome recur, the consequences affect the whole family.” Part I: What is Progesterone Progesterone is the hormone produced at the time of ovulation to prepare the uterine cavity for implantation of an …

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The Truth About Hormones – Part IV

  The purpose of this multi-part article is to present some basic truths about hormones and explain why hormones are critical to our health. It is hoped that all readers will open their minds to the possibility that they might need hormones and to seek the truth (science) about hormones and the incredible benefits they …

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The Truth About Hormones – Part III

This is part three of the truth about hormones. We examine how hormones decline as we age and their effect on aging and chronic disease. We also described how young females and young males can have early hormonal deficiencies of progesterone and testosterone. For the past 15 years, we have treated thousands of these individuals …

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The Truth About Hormones – Part II

This is part two of the truth about hormones. We examine some of the common myths and half-truths about hormones and breast cancer, prostate cancer, testosterone, bioidentical hormones for men and women. Some common myths and truths about hormones. Myth: Testosterone causes prostate cancer. Truth: No study in the past 50 years has demonstrated that treating …

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The Truth About Hormones – Part I

The purpose of this article is to present some basic truths about hormones and explain why hormones are critical to our health. It is hoped that all readers will open their minds to the possibility that they might need hormones and to seek the truth (science) about hormones and the incredible benefits they can provide.  …

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NOT taking estrogen increases the risk of premature death

 “Thousands of postmenopausal women have died prematurely over the past decade because they avoided estrogen therapy after hysterectomy. The most conservative estimates placed the total number of deaths at 18,601. The toll could be as high as 91,610…. “The finding is so dramatic — reporting thousands of women dying every year — if this gets …

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