Bioidentical hormones gave me back my sanity!

Since the first time I saw Dr. Archer and started on my hormone treatment, things may get me down for a day, maybe two, but that’s it. I started on my new hormones on June 1, 09. I have almost as much energy as I did in my 30’s. I can’t wait for the 20’s!! Today, I walked for the first time and I joined Weight Watchers one more time, but for the last time. I’m going to outlive Suzanne Somers!!! I’m handling the rejection which is something I’ve never been able to handle and I’m starting to really like me. I’m starting to paint again and starting to make my house beautiful which is why I got into this business 21 years ago.

BodyLogicMD Responds to AMA report that questions science behind using hormones as anti-aging treatment

As a consumer/patient (not as a physician), one of my first big realizations as I went through my own personal transformation was the tremendous differences there are in doctors. In the quality of care and education that they possess. That was the major mantra in forming BodyLogicMD – working with the most highly trained, AMA board certified physicians. This training requires our physicians to devote several hundreds of hours in additional training (all at their expense which is extensive) to understand and apply the most effective methods of treating the symptoms associated with menopause and andropause. To help their patients feel better. We have thousands of patients that would agree. As well, President Obama will address this very same topic on Monday.

Dr. Robert Rubin Interviewed on WFLA-Tampa About "The Oprah Effect"

Dr. Robert Rubin of BodyLogicMD was interviewed by Gayle Guyardo on WFLA-Tampa. He discussed “The Oprah Effect” on his practice and the Anti-Aging industry in general. He’s excited to see so many people taking control of their health and doing their research since Oprah started the conversation on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

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.