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Published: 12 years ago
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Re: Hormones

 "If we should leave well enough alone, does that apply to all the hormone producing glands in our body or just some of them? Should we try to rev up the adrenals and not worry about the ovaries or rev up the thyroid but not worry about ... whatever.

Are some glands [and use the word loosely here for lack of a more specific one...whatever is producing hormones!] supposed to slow as we age and if so, why shouldn't we let 'nature' take it's course and not fiddle with it?"

Very sound and cogent point, Marci. I currently believe that ALL systems of the physical body can be held in optimum (or close to) functionality.

This "natural transitioning" is a faulty premise, imo.

The problem again is that we have done so much to disrupt our endocrine system. So we have to address these disruptions and try to restore balance. But this is not done with synthetic hormones, which will just create more imbalances and dangerous side effects. It is done with phytoestrogens and glandular support from diet and herbs. This will allow the body to generate the hormones it requires rather than overloading the hormonal system with dangerous DHEA, estrogen replacement or progesterone creams.


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