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    Monday, August 13, 2012

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Iodine is VERY important for the body to convert pro-cancerous estone to the anti-cancerous estriol

    In this 3.5-minute audio clip Jonathan Wright, MD notes that consuming enough iodine is VERY important for the body to convert the pro-cancerous estrogen called estrone into the anti-cancerous estrogen called estriol (that protects against cancer).

    He notes that he found this by accident when giving women iodine and testing their hormone levels.

    He notes that he found that giving women iodine made such a difference in the estriol production.

    Iodine protects against breast cancer

    Iodine helps to protect against breast cancer

    He notes that because of this, iodine helps to PROTECT women against breast cancer, and that women who do not get enough iodine are at an increased risk of breast cancer.

    “If there is sufficient iodine present, [the pro-carcinogenic] estrone [gets converted into the protective] estriol. but if there is not enough iodine, that won’t happen,” Dr. Wright notes.

    He says that you can add iodine to your diet by adding kelp to your food, or eating seaweed like the Japanese do, but also notes that some women need to take an iodine supplement in order to get enough iodine so that their bodies will convert estrone into estriol.

    [Note: David Brownstein, MD and Guy Abraham, MD who have written much about the health benefits of supplementing with large doses of iodine. They also note that getting iodine from iodized salt is NOT the answer. There is also a great article by Dr. Brownstein about his clinical experience with large doses of iodine here.] You can read more about iodine supplementation here.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 11:29 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Iodine will eliminate fibrocystic breast disease 100% of the time, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this 3.5-minute audio clip Jonathan Wright, MD notes that “iodine, when applied properly, will get rid of fibrocystic breast disease 100% of the time.”

    He notes that he learned this from John Myers, MD.

    “I have found that Dr. Myers was completely correct,” notes Dr. Wright.

    “If we apply iodine correctly, no one needs to have fibrocystic breast disease.”

    You can read about Dr. Myers’ work with iodine here.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 11:20 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Cobalt is necessary for the proper retention of estrogen, testosterone, cortisol, Jonathan Wright MD

    In this 3.5-minute audio clip Jonathan Wright, MD notes that getting an adequate amount of cobalt is necessary for the proper retention of estrogen and testosterone and cortisol and other steroid hormones in the body.

    He notes that a very small amount of cobalt is essential for life.

    He notes that most people get enough cobalt in their diet, but a few people need to take a small dose of a cobalt supplement.

    He notes that without adequate cobalt, that excess amounts of these hormones are excreted.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 11:00 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    DHEA, thyroid, melatonin & growth hormone should be considered for hormone replacement, Dr. Wright

    In this one-minute audio clip Jonathan Wright, MD notes that when talking about hormone replacement, there is also a place for DHEA, thyroid, melatonin, and even growth hormone.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Aug 13, 2012 10:51 am | [0] comments

    Sunday, August 12, 2012

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bio-identical progesterone given orally reduces anxiety, improves sleep and PMS, Jonathan Wright, MD

    There is one exception to the rule that steroid hormones should never be swallow, and that is for progesterone notes Jonathan Wright, MD.

    In this one-minute audio clip he notes that for some women, taking half their progesterone orally and the other half applied inside the labia or inside the vagina (transmucosal administration), the oral dose goes to the liver and some of it is converted into naturally-occuring tranquilizers which help women sleep, help them if they are feeling anxious, and can help them with PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome).

    All other steroid hormones—estrogens, testosterone and DHEA—should NEVER be swallowed.

    They should always be rubbed into the skin—transdermal application—or better yet, applied to a mucous membrane—inside the labia or inside the vagina for women, or on the perianal mucosa for men (where a hemorrhoid would develop)—transmucosal administration—notes Jonathan Wright, MD.

    He notes that when these hormones are taken orally, they go straight to the liver, and the liver tries to get rid of them.

    By applying them to inside the labia or inside the vagina for women, or on the perianal mucosa for men, these hormones enter the blood stream in the same area of the body where they are normally released, and they travel to the heart, and then are distributed to all the cells of the body BEFORE going to the liver.

    This includes DHEA (another steroid hormone). It should NOT be taken orally either because it converts to estrogen.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sun, Aug 12, 2012 10:42 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Doses of bio-identical hormones; 50-100 mg progesterone, 1.5 to 3 mg estrogens, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip Jonathan Wright, MD notes that he gives 50-100 mg of progesterone to when who are well past menopause, and 1.5 to 3 mg of estrogens (80% estriol and 20% estradiol or 80% estriol and 10% estradiol and 10% estrone) as well as a small bit of testosterone.

    In his wonderful book, Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained (2009), he notes that he also gives DHEA.

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    Saturday, August 11, 2012

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bio-identical hormones should NEVER be swallowed, Jonathan Wright, MD

    Bio-identical hormones should NEVER be swallowed. They should always be rubbed into the skin—transdermal application—or better yet, applied to a mucous membrane—inside the labia or inside the vagina for women, or on the perianal mucosa for men (where a hemorrhoid would develop)—transmucosal administration—notes Jonathan Wright, MD.

    He notes that when these hormones are taken orally, they go straight to the liver, and the liver tries to get rid of them.

    By applying them to inside the labia or inside the vagina for women, or on the perianal mucosa for men, these hormones enter the blood stream in the same area of the body where they are normally released, and they travel to the heart, and then are distributed to all the cells of the body BEFORE going to the liver.

    This includes DHEA (another steroid hormone). It should NOT be taken orally either because it converts to estrogen.

    In another audio clip he mentions that there is one exception to this rule and that is with progesterone.

    He says that for some women, taking half their progesterone orally and the other half applied inside the labia or inside the vagina (transmucosal administration), the oral dose goes to the liver and some of it is converted into naturally-occuring tranquilizers which help women sleep, help them if they are feeling anxious, and can help them with PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome).

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    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bio-identical progesterone should ALWAYS be given with estrogen, Jonathan Wright, MD

    Bio-identical progesterone should ALWAYS be given along with estrogen in order to keep things as safe as possible notes Jonathan Wright, MD.

    Note: Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is NOT progesterone, and does NOT belong in women’s bodies, Dr. Wright notes elsewhere.

    Dr. Wright also writes about in his book that Provera (medroxyprogesterone) was found to cause most of the problems associated with conventional hormone replacement.

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    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Giving women bio-identical progesterone along with estrogen is VERY important, Jonathan Wright, MD

    Giving women bio-identical progesterone along with estrogen (and testosterone and DHEA) is VERY important notes Jonathan Wright, MD.

    Dr. Wright also notes that he always tries to copy nature, copying the amount of each hormone is naturally in a young woman’s body, and copying when these hormones are released during a woman’s monthly cycle also, some being released only during the first 25 days of a 30 days cycle; some being released during the last half of her cycle, and others being release throughout the cycle.

    He says we should always try to copy nature.

    Note: Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is NOT progesterone, and does NOT belong in women’s bodies, Dr. Wright notes elsewhere.

    Dr. Wright also writes about in his book that Provera (medroxyprogesterone) was found to cause most of the problems associated with conventional hormone replacement.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 11, 2012 10:10 am | [0] comments

    Friday, August 10, 2012

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Women given bio-identical hormones say, ‘I feel like myself again’, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that he has heard, over and over, from women who switched from traditional hormone replacement which includes Premarin (estrogens from pregnant horses) and Provera (medroxyprogesterone, which is NOT progesterone that is found in women’s bodies) to bio-identical hormones that are identical to those that are found in the body, these women would say, “I feel like myself again!”

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    Saturday, August 04, 2012

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Jonathan Wright, MD’s book on bioidentical hormone replacement is the BEST notes Dr. Mercola

    I am reading Jonathan Wright, MD’s fantastic book on bio-identical hormone replacement, Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained (2009).

    Dr. Wright is a pioneer in natural medicine and the doctor who started bioidentical hormone replacement in the US back in 1982 when he combined three bio-identical estrogens in the same ratio found naturally in young, healthy women into a compound called Tri-Estrogen or Tri-Est.

    I will post articles summarizing highlights from the book, but for now, I am posting a few audio clips from an interview on the same topic that Joseph Mercola, DO (Mercola.com) did with Jonathan Wright, MD.

    In this one-minute audio clip, Dr. Mercola says that this is the BEST book he has ever read on the topic.

    Dr. Mercola says, “It really is brilliant.”

    He goes on to say that “It is a phenomenal resource, and should be in everyone’s library who has any type of interest in this area, certainly any clinician who is taking care of women.”

    Dr. Mercola notes that when he first started practicing medicine, he was paid by the drug companies to fly around and give speeches to doctors to tell them about the benefits of hormone replacement therapy.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 1:30 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Women (and men) using bioidentical hormone replacement do better in every way, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that women who have been using bio-identical hormone replacement the longest, are in the best shape, compared to women who have not been using them.

    He notes that they are:

    • in better shape physically
    • in better shape mentally
    • have less cardiovascular disease
    • have less Alzheimer’s Disease
    • look younger than women of the same age not taking them

    He notes that they are not going to prevent death, “but we can stay a lot healthier for a lot longer than we could without them.”

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 1:25 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bioidentical hormone replacement does much more good than harm notes Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that bioidentical hormones, when used properly, with follow-up tests to ensure proper hormone levels, do much more good than harm..

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    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Not only do estrogen & testosterone drop, but DHEA, thyroid, & other hormones drop also, Dr. Wright

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that by the time that hormones are needed in both men and women, not only has estrogen and progesterone levels dropped, but he also notes that:

    • DHEA levels have dropped
    • thyroid hormones have often dropped (not always, but often)
    • and other hormones have dropped

    and ALL of these hormones, which all work together, need to be replaced.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 12:49 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    The Chinese used bioidentical hormone replacement a thousand years ago notes Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that bioidentical hormones were used in China a thousand years ago in the 11th Century from 1025 to 1833 AD.

    (In his book, he notes that they did this by collecting the urine of young people, evaporated or precipitated it to concentrate these hormones, and made them into pills which they swallowed.)

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 12:30 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bioidentical hormone replacement dramatically reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this three-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that bioidentical hormones reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease very significantly.

    The notes there are both Observational Studies showing this, that women having the highest estrogen levels in their 60’s are least likely to have Alzheimer’s.

    He notes that for men, the Princeton Men’s Study found that men with the highest level of FREE testosterone (NOT Total Testosterone) are least likely to have Alzheimer’s.

    He also notes that the Rockefeller University Study found that when neurons were cultured, when hormones were absent, they collected intra-cellular debris which is known to be associated with Alzheimer’s (beta amyloid, tau protein, neurofibrillary tangles), but when hormones were introduced at physiological levels, the amount of this debris was reduced DRAMATICALLY, by something like 80-85% (15 to 20% of normal).

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    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bioidentical hormones (and all other hormones) should NOT be taken orally, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this seven-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that bioidentical hormones (and all other hormones) should NOT be taken orally, but rather applied transmucosally (applied to a mucous membrane; inside the labia for women, and on the perianal mucosa for men (the same place a hemorrhoid would develop).)

    He notes that, for example, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are released into the blood stream, go to the heart, and then are distributed to the tissues BEFORE they pass through the liver.

    He notes that if we take hormones ORALLY, they go to the liver first, where it is the liver’s job to GET RID OF THEM.

    Dr. Wright notes that he ALWAYS tries to COPY NATURE.

    He said that he USED TO apply these hormones transdermally (applied to the skin), however, back in the 1980’s he had a woman tell him that the hormones were no longer working, and she had been rotating where on the skin that she was applying the hormones.

    When he checked her blood levels, he found that her hormone levels were FALLING.

    He had this woman switch from applying the hormones transdermally to a transmucosal administration, applying the hormones inside the labia, and using the SAME prescription, her hormone levels came back up to where they had been.

    After doing so, she said, “I feel better!”

    He notes that the same thing happens with men who apply testosterone on the skin.

    It works for awhile, and then hormone levels fall.

    So he has men apply testosterone to the perianal mucosa (the mucosal membrane around the anus, where a hemorrhoid would develop.)

    He notes that for men, this is the ONLY mucous membrane in the groin area, which allows testosterone to enter the body into the bloodstream in the same area that it normally comes from.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 12:10 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bioidentical hormones (and all other hormones) should NOT be taken sublingually, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that bioidentical hormones (and all other hormones) should NOT be taken sublingually (under the tongue) because studies have found that half (50%) of what is taken sublingually is swallowed.

    He also notes that, men should NOT take testosterone orally because a lot of it converts to estrone (an estrogen) in the liver.

    Audio Clip Here

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 12:00 pm | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    DHEA should NOT be taken orally; it gets converted into estrogen in the liver, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that DHEA should NOT be taken orally; it gets converted into estrone (an estrogen) in the liver.

    DHEA applied transmucosally helped normalize Dr. Mercola’s hormone levels

    Dr. Mercola notes that a very small dose of DHEA applied transmucosally has helped normalize his hormone levels

    Dr. Mercola notes that, as suggested by Dr. Wright, he has been taking a small dose of DHEA transmucosally (applied to the perianal mucosa, I assume, as Dr. Wright suggests for men) and “it has done amazing things to normalize my hormone levels”.

    “Don’t swallow it.”

    Audio Clip Here

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 11:50 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Provera is NOT progesterone, and does NOT belong in the body notes Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this four-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is NOT progesterone, but rather progestin, and does NOT belong in the body.

    He noted that Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is a synthetic chemical that the drug companies came up with so that they would have a patented drug to sell.

    Provera causes most of the problems

    Provera found to cause most of the problems with conventional hormone replacement

    He notes that Provera (medroxyprogesterone) was found to cause most of the problems in women receiving conventional, non-bioidentical, hormone replacement therapy.

    Provera is a FOREIGN molecule

    Provera NEVER existed on Earth before the drug companies synthesized it

    He notes that this molecule NEVER existed on earth before the drug companies synthesized it.

    Because of this he notes that it does NOT belong in women’s bodies. (Don’t take it!)

    He notes that Provera (Medroxyprogesterone) is the hormone which was found to cause most of the problems in the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) study.

    Premarin (conjugated estrogens) should NOT be taken either

    Premarin (conjugated estrogens) is NOT appropriate for human females either, and is NOT even appropriate for NON-pregnant horses

    In his book he also notes that Premarin (conjugated estrogens from pregnant horses) contains some estrogens which are NOT found in women’s bodies, and notes that the amounts of other estrogens found in Premarin are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT than what are normally found in women’s bodies.

    This is why Premarin (conjugated estrogens from pregnant horses) and Provera (Medroxyprogesterone) have caused so many problems (increased risk of cancer, etc.)

    In his wonderful book, he also explains that Premarin (conjugated estrogens from pregnant horses) is ONLY appropriate for pregnant horses, and is NOT even appropriate for non-pregnant horses, let alone human females.

    Would you put horse blood into a human?

    Would you transplant an organ from a horse to a human, or put horse blood into a human? Then why would anyone think it makes sense to give estrogens from pregnant horses (Premarin) to a human?

    In his book he makes the analogy that no one would think of putting horse blood into humans.

    And no one would think of transplanting an organ from a horse into a human.

    So why would anyone think that it makes sense to give horse estrogens (Premarin) to humans?

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 11:40 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Jonathan Wright, MD teaches a 3-day course on Bioidentical Hormone Replacement for doctors

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD notes that he teaches a 3-day course on Bioidentical Hormone Replacement for physicians to become certified on how to do this properly.

    Jonathan Wright, MD is the author of the fantastic book on bio-identical hormone replacement, Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained (2009).

    Dr. Wright is a pioneer in natural medicine and the doctor who started bioidentical hormone replacement in the US all back in 1982 when he combined three bio-identical estrogens in the same ratio found naturally in young, healthy women into a compound called Tri-Estrogen or Tri-Est.

    I will post articles summarizing highlights from the book, but for now, I am posting a few audio clips from an interview on the same topic that Joseph Mercola, DO (Mercola.com) did with Jonathan Wright, MD.

    Audio Clip Here

    The audio clip is posted here

    The audio clip from the interview is posted here.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sat, Aug 04, 2012 11:30 am | [0] comments

    JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD / BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    How to find a doctor who understands proper use of bioidentical hormones, Jonathan Wright, MD

    In this one-minute audio clip, Jonathan Wright, MD tells how to find a doctor who understands how to properly administer bioidentical hormone replacement (and is likely to have taken Dr. Wright’s 3-day course on how to do this).

    You can find a doctor by searching for a doctor in your area on the website for the

    American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM)
    8001 Irvine Center Drive, Ste 825
    Irvine, CA 92618 USA
    949.309.3520 phone
    949.309.3538 fax
    Email them through their website
    Locate an ACAM Physician

    Jonathan Wright, MD is the author of the fantastic book on bio-identical hormone replacement, Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained (2009).

    ONLY go to a doctor who knows what they are doing

    In 2004, in Suzanne Somers’s book, The Sexy Years, her doctor was using these hormones WRONG

    On page 268 of his book, Dr. Wright notes that:

    “While Suzanne Somers has brought an enormous amount of public attention to BHRT (Thank you very much, Suzanne!) the use of 1 milligram or more of estradiol daily (without estriol, as described in The Sexy Years in 2004) may have put her at unnecessary risk.

    “But after we discussed estriol for her 2008 book Breakthrough, I suspect she may be balancing her estradiol with estriol now.

    “Most women can achieve the same effects with considerably smaller quantities of estradiol along with estriol, which offsets the carcinogenic tendencies of estradiol (and in some cases estrone, which the body naturally forms from estradiol).”

    I, [Larry Hobbs], assume that Suzanne Somers, who lives in Malibu, California (north of Los Angeles) was getting her bioidentical hormone replacement from a well-known doctor in Los Angeles.

    However, it seems that this doctor did NOT know what he was doing at the time.

    That is why it is ESSENTIAL that you find a doctor who knows exactly how to use bioidentical hormones and who has taken Dr. Wright’s 3-day course on the topic to get certified that they know what they are doing.

    In the book, Dr. Wright goes on to state that “100% Bio-Identical Estradiol Products Are Risky”.

    In other words, make sure you find a doctor who knows what they are doing when it comes to bioidentical hormone replacement.

    ONLY go to a doctor who knows what they are doing

    In 2004, in Suzanne Somers’s book, The Sexy Years, her doctor was using these hormones WRONG

    I would ONLY go to a doctor who has taken Dr. Wright’s 3-day course on how to properly administer bioidentical hormones and do the follow-up tests required to ensure proper hormone levels.

    I would call and ask if they have taken this course, and even ask to see their certificate BEFORE choosing them to help you with this.

    I would start by looking for doctors near you on the ACAM website, and then call and ask them if they have taken Dr. Wright’s course.

    If they have NOT taken his course—even if they tell you they have given hormones to thousands of patients—I would look for another doctor who has been certified by Dr. Wright who is the foremost expert in this area.

    Remember, Suzanne Somers, who I assume was going to a famous doctor in Los Angeles, who may have been treating lots of movie stars and famous people, did NOT know what he or she was doing, and was doing it WRONG in 2004, and may have been putting Suzanne Somers at risk for cancer and other problems.

    Don’t be a Guinea pig.

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    Wednesday, February 28, 2007

    BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT

    Bioidentical hormone replacement and weight loss

    In an interview with Life Extension Magazine, Suzanne Somers said that, since taking bioidentical hormones, that weight has not been an issue for her. Read the entire article | Email this article
    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Wed, Feb 28, 2007 3:58 am | [2] comments

    BIOIDENTICAL HORMONES

    20/20 claims there is no difference between bioidentical hormones and Premarin. This is wrong.

    On February 16th, 2007, the television newsmagazine program 20/20 interviewed Suzanne Sommers who has written about the benefits of bioidentical hormones, but 20/20 claimed that "there's no significant difference" between bioidentical hormones and traditional estrogen drugs such as Premarin. This is not correct. Read the entire article | Email this article
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