I really want to do everything in my power to get healthy in the coming New Year. I’ve started working out here and there and I’ve also eliminated certain foods from my diet that were likely doing more harm than good. I used to take a women’s multi-vitamin, but a girlfriend of mine recently told me that I should be careful when using supplements/vitamins, because many are not as effective or safe as the manufacturers claim. What are some supplements that you would recommend for a menopausal woman?
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I am very happy on my BHRT! It has been life changing for me. My husband on the other is a little concerned that I’ve been using hormones for too long of a time. And it got me thinking… How long will I have to be on hormones? Will I need to take bioidenticals forever? When is it a good time to stop using hormone therapy and are there any long-term risks associated with using bioidentical hormones indefinitely?
A recent article in USA Today discussed the findings of a study from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, regarding testosterone therapy in women with congestive heart failure. The study published in the Oct 12th issue assessed the effect of testosterone supplementation on functional capacity and insulin resistance in female patients with chronic congestive heart failure (CHF).
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