If we can do something to prevent disease and sickness, (and 75 years of global medical literature suggests that we can) just think of the quality of life benefits for millions of people and cost savings to our health care system. I’m talking about things like Heart Disease, Breast & Prostate Cancer, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, Osteopenia & Osteoporosis, and Type II Diabetes just to mention a few. Pellet therapy protects the Heart, Brain, Bone, and Breast, and while it is doing that it also alleviates the symptoms of Fatigue, Depression & Anxiety, Brain Fog, Mood Swings, Low Libido, Insomnia, and a whole host of other symptoms that affect both Men and Women in our culture today.

When you use Human-identical hormone, and you use an individualized dose that is determined by the patients lab work, symptoms, and medical history, and then deliver that hormone in a way in which the body is used to receiving hormone then you have a Safe & Effective therapy which is helping hundreds of thousands of people all across the country right now.

The therapy starts with extensive lab work, and then it is about consulting with a physician that has the training and a passion for getting to the root cause of why the symptoms are showing up in the first place. How many times have you been to the doctor only to find out that everything looks “normal”, and you continue to not feel great? You may have been hoping that they would find something wrong because it can’t just all be in your head and you are tired of not feeling good. This is where hormone optimization comes in…It’s not about being normal because that is what it feels like to be you today, and when you can optimize hormonal balance it will be a life changing experience for most people. Best advice I can give is to have some lab work done and get a baseline to see where you are at today, but you need a physician that will look at your lab work with a new set of eyes. Here’s to your Healthy Aging so you can have a Happier Life.

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