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A Tale of Two Friends — Hormone Deficiency Testimonials


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on March 30th, 2022

hormone deficiency testimonial 300x184I have two friends who suffered from adult-onset hormone deficiency. Their stories are very, very different. But they start out the same. Let’s call my friends Fred and Art (not their real names). Both were in their mid-40s when all this started to happen. The 40s should be a great time in a man’s life. You’re mature enough to know yourself, and leverage that knowledge into confidence and wisdom, and success with a career and success in love. And women can sense that maturity about you, coupled with plenty of pure animal energy that almost all healthy men in their … Continue reading

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More Muscle = Better Cancer Fighter


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on March 16th, 2022

more muscle better chance to beat cancer 300x200Working out, losing weight and building muscle is great for overall health and longevity, but keeping those gains could mean more than just improved health – it could literally save your life from cancer. In this article, we’re going to talk about the exciting result of a recent study on cancer. Cancer is still a scary diagnosis for everyone and anything that can help to beat that diagnosis is a serious win in our book. Let’s learn how muscle mass is significantly associated with better survival rates among patients with advanced cancer. Higher Muscle Mass Correlates with Improved Survival The … Continue reading

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Why Does the Middle East Have the Lowest Cancer Rates Across the Globe?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Published on January 31st, 2022

middle east lowest cancer rates around the world 300x199Cancer, unfortunately, has still not been cured as of yet, despite our best efforts. It is still something that pretty much everybody fears hearing as their diagnosis, or the diagnosis of a loved one. We know that some people are more genetically prone to developing certain cancers (for example, breast cancer) and some are caused by lifestyle choices (for example, lung cancer). One interesting finding as of late is that the people of the Middle East or West Asia, have the lowest cancer rates around the world. Why is this? Also, how can this be when they consume the highest … Continue reading

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13 Natural Ways to Increase Longevity and Quality of Life


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on December 24th, 2021

old age longevity improved quality of life 300x200Just because one or several of your parents or grandparents passed away at a young age or earlier than was expected doesn’t mean that you have to either – or live a life that is less than optimal if you do reach the ripe old age of 90-100. Your longevity is not solely based on your genetics and there are several things that you can do now to increase your longevity and quality of life as you age. Environmental factors, such as diet and lifestyle are actually the keys here to a long, happy life. Habits to Adopt for a … Continue reading

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Chronic Stress is a Major Factor in Causing Hair Loss


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on December 22nd, 2021

chronic stress causes hair loss 300x200Have you noticed as you’ve gotten older that your hair is thinner and less lustrous? Maybe it’s prone to split ends and is dried out all the time. All these issues are probably linked to your stress level and mainly hair loss. Researchers from Harvard have found a link between chronic stress and hair loss. Read on to learn more! Stress Hormone Inhibits Hair Follicle Activity The study described in this article was conducted by some big players. The researchers were from Harvard, MIT, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, Massachusetts General Hospital, and University Hospital … Continue reading

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Testosterone Therapy and the Heart. Is It Worth the Risk?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 18th, 2021

cardiogram with red heart shape_zy5VJYod_L 300x225Testosterone Hormone Therapy continues to grow in popularity. In fact, over the last decade, the number of patients using Testosterone has tripled in size, and the Low-T Treatment industry is a huge national and international enterprise, with over two billion dollars spent on Testosterone Therapy Products in the United States alone. How Many Men Use Testosterone? As of 2010, 1.3 million people in the United States were prescribed Low-T Therapy. In just three years, this number grew to 2.3 million. This suggests that patients and their doctors believe in the potential benefits of Testosterone, in spite of the fact that … Continue reading

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Crazy-Making Hormone Problems


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on December 15th, 2021

no diet or exercise plan can totally fix hormone imbalance 300x231The hormone problems that drive people crazy are usually the ones that they don’t know are hormone problems. And that’s a large percentage of the total. Many people never get regular check-ups, and much of the time a regular check-up doesn’t include hormone testing. So getting tested by hormone specialists, like those at our clinic, is the key to knowing what’s going on with your all-important endocrine system. An example: You’ve been trying to lose weight. You’ve tried exercises of all kinds, jogging, other cardio workouts, strength training, power lifting, mountain climbing, even signing up for strenuous sports. Yet the … Continue reading

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Can Drinking Alcohol Affect My Hormone Levels? Part 1


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on December 3rd, 2021

the effect of alcohol on hormones and hormone balance 300x200The hormones in your body are part of a delicately coordinated system that has evolved in symbiosis with the environment and with all of our body’s internal systems over millions of years. Each system, and each part of the system, is coordinated with and depends on the rest. Our hormones send chemical messages to our organs and tissues and skeletal system to keep us healthy and functioning properly for our current environment and age. We spent most – almost all – of our evolution in an environment where we never, or almost never, consumed alcohol. So alcohol is, in evolutionary … Continue reading

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Hormone Imbalance a Major Factor in “Brain Fog” Symptoms


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on November 25th, 2021

hormone imbalance major factor in brain fog symptoms 300x178That feeling of...forgetfulness...fogginess...how am I going to get through the next several hours at work?...I can’t concentrate on this project...why did I come into this room? Many of those thoughts are experienced by people suffering from “brain fog” and the decreased ability to focus on what they’re doing. Unfortunately, these symptoms can get worse with aging, but are especially prevalent in people who have a hormone imbalance. Hormone imbalances themselves are a more common occurrence as one ages, but not always – younger people suffer from “brain fog” and hormonal issues as well. Why do our brains suddenly not function … Continue reading

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How to Limit Your Exposure to Phthalates


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 23rd, 2021

how to avoid pthalates 300x225Phthalates are ester compounds used to change the characteristics of plastic products and products containing plastic. Depending on the type and concentration of Phthalates in the product, it alters the malleability and strength of the product. Phthalates are in a wide variety of products. In addition to being “plasticizers” that impact the structure of plastics, they also act as lubricants in skin products like make-up. Phthalates are incredibly useful and good at what they do. The problem is that they can be very bad for you. Phthalates belong to a class of chemicals known as Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals. These are … Continue reading

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Ask the Experts: How Do I Live Longer?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 10th, 2021

young hispanic people and male beauty metrosexual man applying lotion for anti aging t SBI 330621399 300x200While there are some people that are dedicated to “having a good time, but not for a long time,” most people are interested in living long, healthy, and productive lives. Longevity and Anti-Aging researchers are dedicated to revealing and highlighting the best path to a long life. While Covid has led to a slight, temporary reduction in life expectancy, the average American was expected to make it to nearly 79 in 2019. Are you interested in making it to your 80s, 90s, or beyond? Longevity specialist Sergey Young outlines some crucial factors that can help you keep the good times … Continue reading

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Perimenopause is a Real Thing – and Women are Trying to Bring More Attention to It


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on November 9th, 2021

perimenopause is a real thing 300x225Everyone knows what menopause is, but did you know that many women start the process of menopause years, even ten years, earlier than the true start of menopause? This period of time is now being called perimenopause and more and more women are experiencing this medical phenomenon. Experts are unsure as to whether this is a normal phenomenon or if it has just been somewhat ignored this whole time with women remaining silent about their struggles. Basics of Menopause Menopause is basically a huge hormonal shift for women and the cessation of their fertile period of life. It typically happens … Continue reading

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