Hormones

Hormonal Acne

How to Balance Hormones to Reduce Hormonal Acne

  If you’re struggling with adult acne, you’re not alone. The American Academy of Dermatology reports that acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. One of the leading causes of acne is hormonal imbalance, especially for women. Hormonal acne tends to appear along the …

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Hacking Hormones

How Hacking Hormones Can Bring You More Joy

When we’re feeling down in the dumps, we often look outside of ourselves to feel happier. However, looking inside first and understanding the science behind hacking hormones can actually provide more effective results. Biologically, we experience four different kinds of happiness based on neurotransmitter activity in the brain. The four pleasure hormones are dopamine, serotonin, …

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The Relationship Between Hormones and Weight Loss

Leverage natural hormones to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Hormones are like behind-the-scenes roadies. They set the stage for the a person’s metabolism to perform brilliantly, they swap out the backdrops to mirror emotions, often without warning, and they certainly do some heavy lifting when it comes to weight. Learn how to leverage hormones …

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Why Viagra for Women Is Not The Answer

What is being touted as Viagra for women or the female Viagra, is a tiny pink pill called Flibanserin that has little if any effect on the sexual drive (libido) of women at any age. The answer to the question, “Why do I have no sex drive,” is that females, just like men, often have …

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Hysterectomy Has Consequences

Have you had a hysterectomy? Did you gain weight after your hysterectomy or become depressed? Were you prescribed anti-depressants? Do you have headaches, poor sleep quality, or PMS? Maybe you were told everything would be great after your hysterectomy. So why do we see so many women in our Natural Bio Health clinics in Austin, College Station …

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15 Myths About Testosterone Replacement Therapy

There are many myths about the various forms of testosterone replacement therapy especially pellet therapy, which is an alternative delivery method for testosterone and estradiol.  Other forms of therapy include the use of testosterone creams or injectibles, and estradiol pills or creams.  If you are on one of those treatments and happy with your results …

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Angelina Jolie Removes Her Ovaries. Right or Wrong?

Is surgical menopause preventative medicine? In a recent published letter, Angelina Jolie discusses her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed because she carries the rare BRCA1 gene mutation. This gene mutation put her in a high risk category for both breast cancer (she has had a mastectomy for the same reason) and …

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Seeking solutions for health challenges. Untreatable Conditions.

At Natural Bio Health, we take pride in our knowledge of hormones and medical weight loss. However, we also take pride in our search for knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas that, while not directly related to or caused by hormones or excess body fat, are important to the health of our clients …

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The Science of Hormones.

Dr. Joe Feste and Mike Clark attended a 3 day seminar discussing the latest scientific studies on bioidentical hormones. Below are just a few of the findings that further support what the staff of Natural Bio Health has been saying for years: Bioidentical Estradiol Danish Trial: A ten year randomized study of 1006 women using …

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My doc said I did not need progesterone. Wrong!

A client recently advised me that she had stopped taking her progesterone because her Ob-gyn had advised her she did not need progesterone. The reasoning by her doctor was that since she had a hysterectomy she was not at risk for uterine cancer. Her doctor was trained in medical school that progesterone protects against uterine …

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