Dr. Stanton Responds to Recent NY Times Article: “Vigor Quest”

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A recent article in the NY Times follows the “Vigor Quest” of baby boomer, John Bellizzi (51), retracing his journey through the male menopause known as andropause and discussing how integrative and functional medicine helped him get his edge back and regain control of his health.

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Belly Fat & Hot Flashes

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The impact of diet on hormonal health is a popular topic in this community. Remember, all of your hormones work closely together – insulin, cortisol, thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – if one of them becomes unbalanced, it throws the others out of whack.

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Dr. Stanton on Let's Talk Live!

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BodyLogicMD Chief Medical Officer Dr. Alicia Stanton was recently featured on an episode of Let’s Talk Live, discussing how using bioidentical hormones to balance your hormones can aid in disease prevention. During the segment, Dr. Stanton talks about the damaging effects of environmental toxins such as pesticides, pollution and consumer products and how they can propagate hormonal imbalance, which can lead to further disease and ailment.

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Bioidentical Hormones Vs. Synthetic

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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.

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More on Big Pharm's Big Bust

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One of the main criticisms of bioidentical hormone therapy is that “there are no studies on bioidentical hormones.” In fact, there are many excellent publications that demonstrate the benefits of bioidentical hormone therapy. Some of the studies show a greater margin of safety with bioidentical progesterone over the non-bioidentical progestin, Provera. Those that support Premarin and Provera point to a number of studies that were done. However, 26 of them were biased and, what’s worse, the bias was covered up. If Wyeth needed to “give credit” to other physicians for their research on their own products, what were they trying to cover up? What did they know that they weren’t saying? Why weren’t there independent groups that could have demonstrated the benefits of Premarin and Provera?

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Prescribing Bioidentical Hormones

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Bioidentical hormone specialists, Dr. Alicia Stanton and Dr. Robert Rubin of BodyLogicMD discuss why traditional doctors do not prescribe bioidentical hormones.

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Bioidentical Hormones and "The Oprah Effect"

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Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Alicia Stanton was interviewed this morning on FOX regarding “The Oprah Effect” and the anti-aging industry. She also discussed bioidentical hormone therapy.

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