Dr. Jen Joins Dr. Oz to Give you the Solutions to Fatigue

Feeling tired? Can’t find a solution? Dr. Jen has the answers. Tune in Monday, March 4 to see Dr. Jen Landa on the Dr. Oz Show! Millions of Americans struggle with endless fatigue and most people can’t seem to find a solution to their energy deficiency. Tomorrow, on The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Jen shares … Continued

7 steps to aging gracefully

Healthy living is within your reach, starting today. Sure, healthy living is a long-term commitment, not a flash-in-the-pan fad. But there are steps you can take right now that will make today healthier than yesterday and pave the way for healthy living tomorrow, too.

Newsweek Attacks Oprah, BodyLogicMD Speaks Out

Newsweek recently published a scathing article about Oprah titled “Why Health Advice on Oprah could make you sick.” In it, Weston Kosova and Pat Wingert criticize Oprah for having Suzanne Somers on her show as the “expert” on bioidentical hormones. Dr. Alicia Stanton, CMO of BodyLogicMD shares her thoughts on Kosova and Wingert’s criticisms.

Dr. Oz calls it "Male-o-pause," we call it Andropause

I applaud Dr. Oz’s answer on Oprah show regarding andropause or as we like to call it Man-o-pause! For men Testosterone reaches a peak at around age 25-30 and then goes down at a rate of 1-2% per year which is why as Dr. Oz points out that the onset of symptoms is very slow and not very obvious to men. The changes with menopause tends to happen over a shorter period of time so women are more aware of the changes. Men may notice a lack of energy, declining memory, increased moodiness, a decrease in libido and/or erections and a loss in muscle tone, increase in fat and a loss of stamina. Levels of testosterone are easily checked in a blood test and can be corrected with testosterone therapy. In addtion to improving all of the above symptoms, replacing testosterone also decreases the risk of heart disease and alzheimer’s disease and can improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels among many other benefits. Many of the changes that men tend to chalk up to aging can be improved with testosterone therapy.

Dr. Oz Discusses Male Menopause and Anti-Aging Foods on Oprah

BodyLogicMD continues to stay ahead of the curve in the medical community, discussing the importance of andropause awareness and anti-aging wellness before any popular medical figures or media outlets. Dr. Mehmet Oz, a trusted authority in medicine for the daytime TV world recently discussed “male menopause” and aging on primetime with Oprah, lending his support … Continued