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Healthy and vibrant lives can be achieved through bringing hormones and nutrients back into healthy balance.

Restoring optimal function to your cells and organs so that they do what they are suppose to do” – Professor Carl Sagan, Cornell University

Hormone imbalances cause symptoms and disease….

  • Energy
  • Sleep
  • Weight gain
  • Sex drive
  • Anxiety/
  • Depression
  • Cholesterol/ Diabetes
  • Bowel disease
  • Memory
  • Arthritis/Osteoporosis
  • Psoriasis
  • Cardiac dysfunction

As healthcare practitioners we need to look for Look for optimal levels not “Normal” * (REF)

Mental and physical stress deplete the body’s reserves:  nutrients & hormones and additionally  Every year our organs produce less hormones

Thyroid ↑ Estrone E1

↓ Testosterone ↓ DHEA

↓ melatonin

↓ Progesterone

↓ GH ↑ Insulin 

↓ Estradiol E2

↓ Estriol E3 Cortisol

So no wonder Hormone deficiencies contribute to SYMPTOMS DISEASES
Hot flashes Osteoporosis
Vaginal atrophy Colon cancer
Urinary incontinence Heart disease
Sexual dysfunction Cognitive decline
Sleep disturbance Alzheimers
Decreased well being Stroke
Depression/ mood swing Tooth loss
Skin atrophy Macular degeneration
/ stamina decline


BIO-Identical hormones


–          FOR WOME


–          There are three groups of related hormones, each with a unique profile of activity: Estriol (60-80%), Estrodial (10-20%) and Estrone (10-20%).

–          The balance shifts in menopause

–          Often prescribed in combination to re-establish normal physiological balance. The use of one of more of these hormones is referred to as Estrogen Replacement Therapy (ERT).

Loss sexual desire Heart disease
Erectile dysfunction Osteoporosis
Anxiety Diabetes
Depression Cognitive decline
Loss motivation Alzheimers
Loss confidence Stroke
Muscle loss/fat gain Tooth loss
Brain fog/ loss focus Stamina decline Macular degeneration


Measure of Hormone is only 1/3 of the picture – Humans need Nutrients

Nutrient deficiencies prevent action of hormones

•Zinc is an essential part of the Estradiol, testosterone and growth hormone receptor

•Cobalt is necessary for E function (cyt P450)

•Chromium is needed for ovarian P production

•Boron is needed for Estrogen and testosterone

•B6 is needed for clearing E2 from receptor

•Methyl donors (MSM, folic acid, DMG ) needed for E1 metabolism

Progesterone, estrogen, thyroid dysfunction could be from hormone or nutrient deficiency, i.e. B-6, Se, Zn, Iodine- rule these out

•Iodine and selenium

–Meinhold, H., et al., “Effects of selenium and iodine deficiency on iodothyronine deiodinases in brain,  thyroid and peripheral tissue,” JAMA 1992; 19:8-12.

–Gardner DF, Centor RM, Utiger RD. Effects of low dose oral iodine supplementation on thyroid function in  normal men. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 1988 Mar;28(3):283-8


–Nishiyama, S., et al., “Zinc supplementation alters thyroid hormone metabolism in disabled patients with  zinc deficiency,” J. Am. Coll. Nut. 1994; 13-62-7.

•Vitamins A, B2, B6, B12

–Brownstein, D., Overcoming Thyroid Disorders. West Bloomfield, MI: Medical Alternatives Press, 2002


Nutrient deficiencies cause disease & DNA Damage


Eur J Nutr. 2012 Apr;51(3):261-79. doi: 10.1007/s00394-012-0318-4. Epub 2012 Feb 24.Effects of micronutrients on DNA repair.Collins AR, Azqueta A, Langie SA.SourceDepartment of Nutrition, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Blindern, PB 1046, 0316, Oslo, Norway.


Most common deficiencies

B-12 and folate

Vitamin D


Ferritin (in women)