Here’s an interesting paper I uncovered from the European Cardiology Society about estrogen and heart disease. I feel that it is really easy to read and pretty balanced. Of note, there’s epidemiological evidence that E may be cardioprotective, which may be true in ... Read More about Estrogen and Heart Disease
I have seen several posts recently about the use of intermittent fasting as a dietary practice. I think it's important to understand that calorie restriction is part of the bigger picture, and for many, particularly those with fatigue, it may not be the best ... Read More about Intermittent Fasting; Simplified
Estrogen dominance basically presents with two distinct body shapes, heavy and slender. Which are you? We know that the estrogen levels themselves don't define estrogen dominance, but the relationship of estrogen to progesterone. It's the ratio of the two hormones that defines ... Read More about Estrogen Dominance
Symptoms of adrenal fatigue in females are different from those in males. In many ways, the presentation between the two sexes overlaps. This blog will show you the ways in which a female may develop, and thus heal from, adrenal fatigue differently. But first, let’s discuss ... Read More about Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue in Females
I have been following posts about hormone replacement therapy in various Facebook groups, and have seen some unsettling comments. As a doctor, I have seen so many cases of women being put on what I believe to be the wrong hormones, at the wrong dosages, and for the wrong ... Read More about Hormone Replacement Therapy in Women
One of the common themes that I have seen in social media is the association of estrogen dominance with adrenal fatigue. Now, I don’t like the term adrenal fatigue because it’s not medically accurate, but I’ll use it here for convenience. The important thing is to understand ... Read More about Estrogen Dominance: Why, How and What to do About it.