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Comprehensive Blood Panel for Women Interested in Hormone Replacement Therapy


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 16th, 2021

Video Download: Comprehensive Blood Panel For Women Interested In Hormone Replacement Therapy Video Stream: Comprehensive Blood Panel For Women Interested In Hormone Replacement Therapy Providing our patients the best possible care is of the utmost importance to the HRT Specialists at our Hormone Therapy Clinic. Hormone Therapy is low-risk and highly effective when prescribed and administered correctly. Before we offer Hormone Treatments to our patients, we conduct a thorough investigation of the patient's health with the help of a Comprehensive Blood Panel. We work with industry leaders LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics to fulfill the preliminary requirements for diagnosis and treatment. The following is a list of blood tests we conduct for women interested in Hormone Replacement Therapy. Estradiol Test Estrogen is one of the most essential hormones associated with women's health. Around the time of Menopause, Estrogen Levels enter a state of erratic fluctuation before dropping precipitously. Estrogen Therapy can help women overcome the health issues that can crop up during this challenging time in a woman's life. Estradiol Testing allows doctors to design a Hormone Therapy Protocol built to fit your age and your current needs. Pregnenolone Test Pregnenolone is a base hormone that the body uses to construct … Continue reading


Retaining Muscle Mass When the Gym Isn’t an Option


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 15th, 2021

An example of muscular sermorelin benefits 300x200These days, in the midst of the Covid-19 Epidemic, it is ridiculously tough to maintain a quality exercise regimen. Thousands of gyms around the country are closed, and millions of men and women are rightly wary of heading to the gym during the pandemic. All is not lost, however. There are some smart ways that you can protect and preserve your gains and maybe even get a little stronger during these difficult times. A Healthy Diet to Protect Your Strength If you're not working out as much, this should be reflected in your meal plan. If you're not burning as … Continue reading


Chronic Stress is a Major Factor in Causing Hair Loss


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 15th, 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


Omnitrope is a Great Option for Men or Women with HGH Deficiency


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 14th, 2021

omnitrope is a great option for hgh deficiency 300x277Are you feeling overwhelmed by all of the different options available to treat human growth hormone (HGH) deficiency on the market these days? Now that HGH deficiency is becoming more accepted by doctors as a real medical/hormonal issue, multiple pharmaceutical companies have developed their own version of human growth hormone injections. Here, we will discuss one of these products in order to give you general information on what you can expect. The product is Omnitrope (somatropin), developed by Novartis/Sandoz and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). What is Somatropin? Somatropin is another term for synthetic human growth hormone, … Continue reading


Sleeping Well to Boost HGH and Enhance Hormone Balance


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 9th, 2021

a man having trouble sleeping squeezes a pillow around his ears for some peace and quiet_Ht0bpVdASo1 300x200Sleeping Well Facilitates Optimal HGH Production HGH is most active during childhood and during puberty, but Growth Hormone keeps being important throughout your adult life. Growth Hormone dynamically motivates cellular metabolism. In larger volumes, HGH is responsible for growth; but in adulthood, Growth Hormone maintains well-being and vitality. Medical specialists recommend getting around seven to nine hours of good sleep each night in order to feel maximally rested and to ensure peak Growth Hormone Production. HGH is produced during Phases 3 and 4 of deep sleep. The brain enters this phase of sleep between 15 minutes and an hour of … Continue reading


Comprehensive Blood Panel for Men Interested in Hormone Replacement Therapy


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 9th, 2021

a female sermorelin doctor with a folder isolated on white background  201x300Below is a list of tests that are included in the Male Diagnostic Blood Panel: Comprehensive Blood Work Tests for Men Seeking Hormone Replacement Therapy Testosterone Deficiency Tests Total/Free Testosterone Tests These tests determine the amount of Bio-Available Testosterone present in your bloodstream in both Free and Bound forms. Total Testosterone refers to all Testosterone present in the bloodstream. Free Testosterone refers only to Testosterone that is not bound to Sex hormone-binding Globulin. The Total Testosterone Test determines the approximate volume of Testosterone in the bloodstream. The Free Testosterone Test estimates how much of that Total Testosterone is currently bio-available for use. These … Continue reading


Testosterone Replacement Therapy May Help Cure Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 8th, 2021

testosterone therapy may reduce NAFLD 300x281Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is a disease that is on the rise in the United States, mainly due to increased obesity rates and Americans who do not watch their fat intake or lifestyle as well as they should. Just because you aren’t consuming alcohol on a daily basis doesn’t mean that your liver is A-OK. There are other factors that affect the functions of the liver. It is estimated that cases of NAFLD will increase 21% by 2030. NAFLD Linked to Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes Not surprisingly, NAFLD is more commonly found in people with type-2 diabetes, who are obese, … Continue reading


Using Sunlight to Remove Hormones From Our Water


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 6th, 2021

we can use sunlight to remove hormones from drinking water 300x200Steroid Hormones Contaminate Water Worldwide Like we said, hormones are one of the biggest pollutants. Considered a micropollutant, steroid hormones are a worldwide water issue and pose threats to our health and the environment, even when present in small quantities. This is because hormones very easily react and cause biochemical changes in our bodies, as well as other species’ bodies. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a very efficient or sustainable method that easily removes hormones from our drinking water – until now. Now there is a new chemical process that has been developed by scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology … Continue reading


Peptide YY Function and Therapeutic Potential


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 31st, 2021

Video Download: Peptide Yy Function And Therapeutic Potential Video Stream: Peptide Yy Function And Therapeutic Potential Pancreatic Peptide YY is one of many hormones involved in digestive activity. It is produced by L-cells along with a handful of other hormones. These cells are primarily located in the ileum and colon. Also referred to simply as Peptide YY, this important hormone is released in response to eating. Peptide YY is responsible for sending signal from the digestive tract to the brain in order to signal the feeling of fullness. When Peptide YY acts on the brain, it induces the sensation of fullness and suppresses appetite. Peptide YY also operates within the digestive system itself, slowing down the rate by which food passes through the Gastrointestinal Tract. Peptide YY is released in tandem with Glucagon-like peptide 1, which is very important to glucose management. Modulation of Peptide YY Peptide YY is intricately involved in digestive activity. The digestive system releases the hormone as food enters and passes through the GI Tract. It responds strongest to the presence of protein and fat, and it is less responsive to carbohydrates. Peptide YY activity is positively correlated with caloric consumption. Calorie-dense foods release more Peptide … Continue reading


B12 Injection Therapy as Part of Hormone Replacement Therapy – Video


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 30th, 2021

vitamin b12 300x200B12 Guide – How to Inject Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 is one of the many essential nutrients that the body needs to operate at its fullest capacity. Vitamin B12 is responsible for facilitating a process related to the body's most basic form of energy—ATP. Without ATP, human life would not be possible. B12 activates the mitochondria in our cells, which then produce ATP. Vitamin B12 Deficiency is one of the more common forms of Vitamin Deficiency. It is not only caused by malnutrition, but also by digestive issues which prevent the proper absorption of Vitamin B12. This can occur to … Continue reading


Buy Sermorelin: How Can I Legitimately Get a Sermorelin Prescription?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on May 30th, 2021

medical research 300x200That's great to know, so where can I buy Sermorelin Acetate? And how do I get a legitimate Sermorelin prescription for it? If you are interested in purchasing low-dose bioidentical hormone therapy medications and treatments online, specifically a physician monitored protocol of Sermorelin Acetate injections, but don't know where to go or how to start, you came to the right place.  Buying sermorelin is as easy as filling out the contact form on our Sermorelin clinic website, and then giving our clinic a call to speak with a patient adviser. We can go over every question you might have and tell … Continue reading


Omnitrope HGH Treatments for Growth Hormone Deficiency


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on May 30th, 2021

graphicstock fitness man demonstrates bicep looking at bicep in studio isolated dark background_S_2Fav2Snl 300x200Omnitrope is one of the many effective treatments for HGH Deficiency. Omnitrope is a product of Novartis Pharmaceuticals and is distributed via the brand Sandoz. Sandoz is the organizational unit of Novartis responsible for the production of Bio-Identical Hormones such as Human Growth Hormone along with other Biosimilars. The Sandoz division is also responsible for the production and distribution of generic medications for Novartis. Who Benefits from Omnitrope HGH Therapy? Omnitrope is specifically designed for the treatment of Growth Hormone Deficiency in children and adults. Omnitrope is also prescribed as a medical therapy for AIDs-Related Cachexia, a condition that leads … Continue reading


Nevada Sermorelin Prescriptions for HGH Deficiency


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 30th, 2021

Nevada 300x169Chronic Growth Hormone Deficiency Rampant Throughout Nevada HGH Deficiency is widespread all over the United States, and it's seriously affecting the lives of men and women all across the nation. Nevada is not immune to the issues associated with HGH Deficiency, but there are far too many people that don't seek treatment that could help them live a happier and healthier life. Suppressed HGH Levels in adulthood are associated with the aging process known as Somatopause. It represents the period in a man or woman's life when Growth Hormone Decline starts to impact wellness in a significant way. Sermorelin Acetate … Continue reading


Keto Diet Shows Promise Helping Overweight Guys Boost Testosterone


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 29th, 2021

overweight and obesity_zkY63LPO 300x200A recent study aimed to assess the potential for a low-cal ketogenic diet to help men overcome obesity and boost Testosterone. While small in scope, the results were promising. Participants lost weight and experienced a significant increase in both Testosterone and SHBG (Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin) Levels. Obesity and Low-T are strongly correlated. Testosterone is not only important for sexual function, but it plays an important contributing role in metabolism, especially in men. Obesity impairs Testosterone production because body fat naturally converts Testosterone into Estrogen, which then signals the brain to produce less Testosterone. Obese individuals are also at enhanced risk … Continue reading


Five Exciting Breakthroughs in Life Extension Medicine


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 28th, 2021

3d rendering of some red circular cells_HYmMHO0ri 250x300Regenerating Tissues to Repair Organ Damage Organ failure is another major issue that greatly diminishes Lifespan and increases mortality risk. While transplants are effective at improving and extending the lives of the patient, the long-term goal is to repair existing organs so that full transplants aren't needed. Dr. Eric Lagasse of LyGenesis is working to solve the problem of organ repair—first the liver, then hopefully the pancreas, kidney, and thymus. Though this technology is still in the animal stages, Dr. Lagasse has shown that it is possible to generate new and healthy liver tissue in the lymph nodes of various … Continue reading


Night Sweats are an Important Indicator of Hormone Imbalance


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 28th, 2021

night sweats indicate hormone imbalance 300x200Sweating in general is a way that the body regulates temperature, specifically by reducing body temperature. When exercising vigorously or walking outside in the blazing sun, excessive sweat is to be expected for most people (except for those lucky ones who never seem to never break a sweat!). However, waking up in the middle night, while lying still in bed, and breaking out in excessive sweat is not normal. We can define night sweats as sweating in excess of what is required by the body to properly regulate the body temperature. Underlying Health Issues May Be Cause of Night Sweats … Continue reading


Hormone Imbalance a Major Factor in “Brain Fog” Symptoms


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 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


The Health Benefits of the Amazing Strawberry


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

health benefits of strawberries 300x200Strawberries Contain LOTS of Antioxidants First off, strawberries have antioxidant properties, which means that they help to limit the breakdown of our body’s component parts – specifically, they contain lutein and zeathancins. It’s been found that the antioxidants in strawberries may help to prevent cataracts – the clouding over of the lenses of our eyes that can sometimes occur as we age, and in some of us get so bad that it actually causes blindness. The “free radicals” caused by exposure to sunlight, specifically the ultraviolet component of sunlight, can damage the protein in the lens, making it cloudy. The … Continue reading


Sermorelin Acetate FAQ and Wiki Guide


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on May 25th, 2021

hormone replacement sermorelin therapy for men 300x300In what drug form, and how does injectable Sermorelin Acetate therapy come? Depending upon what you individually order, you will receive either a 2mg, 3mg, 6mg, 9mg, or 15mg vial of Sermorelin in the mail via FedEx, simply sign for it. The jar will contain a white tablet inside of lyophilized powder that looks like a circular breath mint. It is a freeze-dried Sermorelin acetate peptide in this powder disc containing N-micrograms of the molecule drug. The vial is in a vacuum-sealed state by the pharmacy to keep the product fresh and to preserve the quality of the peptide matter. … Continue reading


Stem Cells Found For The First Time In The Pituitary


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 24th, 2021

brain stem cells 300x180In a ground-breaking new discovery, Stem Cells have been found within the Pituitary Gland Science Daily A group of scientific researchers who were under the guidance of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory have located stem cells within the brain that were at this point only theorized to exist. These cells are found within the pituitary gland and in animal testing have shown the capacity to encourage the pituitary glands of laboratory rats to grow and repair even beyond the period of fetal development. Scientists have deduced that these stem cells are different than the majority of other stem cells in … Continue reading

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