Hormone Therapy replaces Deficiencies due to Lifestyle, Environmental Toxin Exposure and Age.
- Human Growth Hormone Replacement
- Testosterone Replacement
- Estrogen Replacement
Offering hormone therapy by leading board certified anti-aging doctors in Tampa Bay (Temple Terrace) Florida, Louisville Kentucky, Costa Rica, TJ Mexico, and Panama City Panama.
What Influences Hormone Deficiencies?
- Obesity / Lifestyle Choices
- Exposure to endocrine diruptors in the environment (toxins)
- Age decline
- Menopause for Women
Environmental Toxins; one reason for Hormone Disruption. Few recognize the extent of its effects. It is often under-reported.
Over the past century, nearly 200 million tons of toxic substance have been introduced into our environment. We come in contact with many of these substances on a daily basis. The Center for disease control (CDC)reports it has observed at least 148 toxic substances in Americans of all ages.
These toxins effect us in a number of ways. Many disrupt our endocrine function. Others are linked to increased risk of cancer.
Although most chemicals are tested for cancer promoting effects, these tests are generally performed on one chemical at a time. New research suggests that two or more of these chemicals combined do more harm. In combination, the multiplicative effect of small amounts of environmental toxins is much more dangerous than once understood.
Endocrine disruption and cancers are now impacting the longevity of individuals and the quality of life (QoL) more than ever before.
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For those patients undergoing hormone replacement therapy in combination with our lifestyle modification programs, we teach effective methods everyone can do to reduce exposure to many of these environmental toxins. There are even tips in the Dirty Dozen eBook pdf file. Down load it and learn what you can do starting today.
Are Chronic Diseases Avoidable?
YES, many chronic diseases are avoidable. By making the right lifestyle modifications, many of us can avoid the leading causes of chronic disease. Many of which are our leading causes of death in the US.
New research shows that nearly 90% of type II diabetes is avoidable. Heart disease, stroke, and colon cancer are also largely avoidable with proper lifestyle changes.
While age is a factor in hormone secretion, it is only one factor. Evidence strongly suggests obesity and environmental factors are the two leading causes of hormone imbalance in modern times.
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Board certified doctors in Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Family Medicine.