Hormone Health


Two thirds of our nation are overweight. Processed food, hidden sugars, high stress, and poor lifestyle eventually wipe us out and our hormones become imbalanced.  We replace them with medication, but we continue to worsen or not improve at all.

Those with Type II Diabetes will spend on average of $6000 per year, year after year and may not improve.

Some of those on testosterone replacement feel better, but for a short term, with possible adverse risks.  The question of why is testosterone low should be asked.

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