Category: Gut Health

Testosterone Therapy for Women: Debunking the Myths

Testosterone Therapy for Women: Debunking the Myths
Testosterone therapy is increasingly used to treat symptoms of hormone deficiency in pre and postmenopausal women. Testosterone is essential for physical and mental health in women as well as men. Although frequently thought of to increase sex drive, testosterone’s role in sexual function is only a small part of its physiologic effect in women.
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Is Hormone Replacement Safe?

Is Hormone Replacement Safe? 
Thoughts from Bob Wood, Consultant Pharmacist
Are we safe from ourselves?  There is no blame game.  It is up to each one of us.

I started consulting patients almost 16 years ago with a focus primarily on women (my practice now includes men and even teenagers) and the use of bio-identical hormones.

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Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Colds and Flu

Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Colds & Flu 
When it comes to cold and flu season, prevention really is the first line of defense. To keep your body’s defense system–the immune system–in peak condition, follow our immunity-boosting tips to help your body fight off the bugs looking for a host.
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Yoga for Your Plate: Mindful Eating

Yoga for Your Plate: Mindful Eating 
 The race is on: Cooking, cleaning, hosting, visiting, and tackling a holiday shopping list that is growing faster than last summer’s weeds. Before you know it, the table is set and you’re serving the holiday meal.
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Healing Acid Reflux Naturally

What’s New?
Stomach rumblings are caused by wave-like muscular contractions (peristalsis) at the walls of the stomach and small intestine. These are normal digestion movements, however the process is louder and more noticeable when the stomach is empty as the sound is not muffled.
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