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?
Audio Clip Here
The audio clip is posted here
The audio clip from the interview is posted here.
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