Monthly Archives: July 2017

A Few Myths of Testosterone You May Not Know

Steroids certainly have a stigma associated with them despite their prevalent use for medicinal purposes. Some of it may have to do with high profile instances in professional sports or its sometimes negative portrayal in pop culture. In reality, steroids have been used for decades to treat conditions from arthritis to stunted growth in children. …

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Beating the Testosterone Decline with Bioidentical Hormones

Testosterone deficiency is not a thing to be ashamed of.It doesn’t make a statement about your masculinity.It doesn’t interfere with your value as a person.And it definitely doesn’t reflect that you’re weak.You actually don’t have direct control over the hormones your body produces, any more than women have control over the onset of menopause. Your …

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Don’t Let Your Looks Define You — Define Your Looks!

Your looks don’t define you.Never let anyone tell you that they do.What defines you is something much deeper:Your wit.Your sense of humor.The things you’ve worked to accomplish.Your intelligence.Your sense of peace in the storm.The way you make others feel at ease.The beautiful soul inside you.But what if you could define your looks?It’s a funny thing, …

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Sex Hormones: What Are They and What Do They Do?

What are sex hormones?“Sex hormones” is the colloquial title covering the group of hormones that affect our sexual drive and desire. The purpose of these hormones is to carry messages between your organs and your cells, ultimately keeping your body balanced and functioning optimally. These include estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, pregnenolone, and DHEA. “That’s a lot …

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Progesterone Vs Progestin

Are progesterone and progestin really interchangeable? What is the difference between the two?Today we seek to answer these questions and bring some clarification on an often confused subject.In HRT, the main purpose of taking a progestogen (progesterone or a progestin) along with estrogen is to oppose the effect of estrogen on the endometrium and prevent …

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