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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Hormone Hell to Hormone Well

Are you having a hard time losing weight no matter what you do? Particularly if you are in your 40s or 50s you may want to keep reading. I recently finished reading an excellent, easy to read and understand book about how hormone imbalance affects your body. This is especially true regarding weight gain, typically women see this problem more often, but men can also have issues in this area that are hormone related. The book is "From Hormone Hell to Hormone Well" by CW Randolph. It offers an insightful look at the many issues that befall women and men as they age and how hormones play a major role in these concerns. The dangers of synthetic hormone replacement are pointed out while the efficacy of bioidentical hormone replacement (BHRT) are highlighted. You will also gain an understanding of how hormones work in your body and why there proper balance is so crucial, particularly as you age. All of this is done in a very understandable way, using language that is technical enough but not so technical that you feel you are reading a textbook. If you are looking for what may be the key to understanding your weight gain, mood issues, pms symptoms and overall feelings of well being you would do well to give this one a read. It's also full of very practical action oriented recommendations of which organizations, doctors, pharmacies etc. to talk to as well as a list of references and resources. Here is a link to the author's website

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