Bio-identical hormones are identical to the human hormones that our body produces, but are made from a natural plant source like wild yams, soy, or peanuts. Synthetic or non bio-identical hormones are not identical to the hormones that are body makes. They are synthesized chemically or made from non-human sources like a
Hormone Replacement Therapy; the options, risks, benefits: who, why, and where to go for help? Bio-identical Hormones (BHRT) v. Non-bio-identical hormones (HRT) Both used to alleviate symptoms of hormonal imbalance Bio-identical Hormone Replacement also used to correct the imbalance causing the symptoms Bio-identical Hormone Replacement (BHRT) – what are they? Why all
BodyLogicMD, America’s largest network of highly trained physicians specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), fitness and nutrition, is pleased to announce the highly anticipated opening of the first Nevada-based practice, led by Jack Anstandig, M.D. Dr. Anstandig focuses his Las Vegas practice on addressing the overwhelming demand of women and men in their 30s and older seeking relief from the symptoms of hormonal imbalance and other signs of aging related to perimenopause, menopause and andropause (the male menopause).
Bioidentical hormones are an exact replica of the hormones that are naturally produced by the body; matching the body’s natural hormones molecule by molecule. They are referred to as “All Natural” because they are extracted from soy and yams. Bioidentical hormones are processed by a compounding pharmacist. Once the plant-based hormone is processed, its structure is identical to the estrogen, progesterone, and androgen hormones produced naturally by one’s body. This is why our bodies can metabolize them naturally as it was designed to do, with minimal or no bioidentical hormones risks or side effects.
The overwhelming response to Oprah, Suzanne Somers, Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw talking about bioidentical hormone therapy continues and in order to meet the increased demand, BodyLogicMD continues to welcome additional bioidentical hormone replacement therapy doctors to our national network. We have identified yet another extremely qualified practitioner who specializes in this exciting field of anti-aging medicine. Dr. George Solomon will be joining BodyLogicMD of Orlando and this will allow more patients afflicted by hormonal imbalances to find relief from fatigue, memory loss, hot flashes, mood swings, and more with bioidentical hormone therapy.
BodyLogicMD physicians attended the 17th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Tehcnologies to continue to stay on the cutting edge of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
More than 25 million American men between the ages of 40 and 55 are experiencing at least some of symptoms of male menopause. Find out what you can do about it and start feeling better now.
Bioidentical hormones offer menopause relief to many.
Dr. Alicia Stanton, Chief Medical Officer, BodyLogicMD of Manchester applauds Drs. Schwartz, Holtorf and Brownstein for clearing some of the confusion surrounding bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Stanton shares her thoughts on the Wall Street Journal article published yesterday.
Women with a constant low sexual drive, especially those in menopause or postmenopause, are two times as likely to develop chronic health issues of the mind and body.
Interested in learning more about natural bioidentical hormones for treatment of menopause, andropause, adrenal fatigue or thyroid disorders? Attend a free seminar in your area!
Dr. Landa BodyLogicMD Orlando addresses questions raised on Oprah regarding bioidentical hormones, the FDA and compounding pharmacies.
Dr. Thackrey BodyLogicMD Fort Lauderdale explains what is referred to as the "normal range in test results" used by traditional doctors and how a BodyLogicMD physician would utilize that information differently. He also explains the difference between the term "natural" and "bioidentical" hormones.
Oprah will be devoting her show on Thursday, January 15th to the discussion on Bioidentical Hormones. Tune in!