Educate Yourself To Stay Healthy With Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

Written by BIH of Decatur on . Posted in Men, Menopausal Research, Uncategorized, Women

In medicine there are many avenues to health.  Many will encourage exercise daily.  And this is good.  Others talk about a proper diet is most important…..you are what you eat.  And this is also true.  Weight control is seen as very important to live a long healthy life.
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All these concepts are essential to live life to the maximum.

But our hormones have the most influence on your health.  As Suzanne Somers says in her book,  AGELESS: THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT BIOIDENTICAL HORMONES   “Hormones are our life force; the decline of hormones is the hallmark of aging.  Without hormone replacement, we will end up mere shells of our former selves.”

Too often we let others tell us what they think is best.  “Take this pill.” “Put on this cream.” “Join a gym.” “Meditate, and take vitamin supplements.” And we will try all these things to preserve, or regain the youth and health we once had.

A suggestion might be to educate yourself, and make your own decision.

When we  learn how extremely important hormones are, even essential to our health, the next question may be, “What do I do next?”

You can call our office for a free consultation to learn more.  In the meantime, there are many excellent books on this subject that will encourage one to take advantage of this “life force”, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy.

Books on Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy:
(suggested reading)

“The Hormone Solution, Stay Younger Longer” by Thierry Hertoghe
“Stay Young and Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement”   by Jonathan Wright
“Testosterone for Life”   by Abraham Morgentaler
“The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Testosterone”  by Elizabeth Vliet
“Women’s Hormones” by Pamela Smith
The Testosterone Syndrome”  by  Eugene Shippen
“Bioidentical Hormones 101”  by  Jeffrey Dach
“You Don’t Have to Live With It”  by  Gino Tutera
“Natural Hormone Replacement”  by Jonathan Wright
“Natural Hormone Balance”  by  Uzzi Reiss

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