Cancer Scare Tactics – Where’s the Evidence?

30 May 2013
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Cancer Scare Tactics – Where’s the Evidence?

The Art of Intimidation Last month I visited a local medical surgery to have an annual check-up, order a bunch of tests (cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, etc). I requested, in this consultation, an ultrasound of my ovaries and uterus. I like to have my “women’s bits” checked out every 2 years just so it’s not a guessing game on my part! I mentioned in conversation I was using bioidentical progesterone and that it’d been a few years since my last test results. In a heartbeat, this doctor fires up, all outranged and flustered and shouts at me “don’t you know those creams cause cancer? I’m not having anything to.

Self-Help Ebook: Progesterone & Polycystic Ovaries

28 May 2013
Self-Help Ebook: Progesterone & Polycystic Ovaries

Download your ebook HERE A 60 Day User Guide PCOS has been around as long as there have been infertile women. In fact, it is believed that it affects 5-10% of women of reproductive age regardless of ethnicity, and is the leading cause of infertility. It tends to be most common in women less than 30 years of age. Women with PCOS are at a higher risk for a number of illnesses, including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer of the uterus (endometrial cancer). If the follicle migrates to the outside of the ovary, but does not “pop” the egg and release it, the follicle becomes a cyst,.

Sunlight Robbery – Deficiency of Sunlight and Vitamin D

27 May 2013
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Sunlight Robbery – Deficiency of Sunlight and Vitamin D

Sunlight & Survival Most people in Britain and other northern industrial countries have a level of vitamin D in their bodies that is insufficient for optimum health, especially in winter. These low levels of vitamin D are now known to be associated with a wide spectrum of serious disease much of which leads on to premature death. The diseases associated with D deficiency include more than a dozen types of cancer, multiple sclerosis, diabetes type 1, heart disease, high blood pressure, and schizophrenia as well as the classic bone diseases: rickets, osteoporosis and osteomalacia. Evidence that these diseases are caused, at least in part, by a deficiency of sunlight and.

An-home Vitamin D Blood Test

27 May 2013
An-home Vitamin D Blood Test

Vitamin D deficiency is a risk factor for many diseases Researchers are beginning to discover that vitamin D deficiency is a risk factor for many diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Furthermore, researchers are discovering that vitamin D deficiency may make some diseases more severe. Even more, researchers are discovering that vitamin D can be an important piece in the treatment of some illnesses and diseases. 25-hydroxy-vitamin D or 25(OH)D is the circulating form of vitamin D and routinely used to diagnose vitamin D deficiency. The Vitamin D Council recommends 25(OH)D levels be between 50 and 80 ng/mL, year around. These levels assure vitamin D metabolism is normalized. Furthermore, levels.

PCOS, pregnancy and using progesterone

25 May 2013
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PCOS, pregnancy and using progesterone

Hi Catherine Last night I received my e-book and I have already read it. I love it! It pretty much sums up all the research I have been doing myself over the past two years. Thank you for all the great information packed in that e-book. My partner and I have been trying to conceive for a little over two years now. I have been diagnosed with “unexplained infertility”. I have a 4cm cyst on my left ovary and a fibroid (7-8cm) on the “right side” of my uterus. I’ve had surgery for the fibroid twice (embolization). Unfortunately, without great success. I have just started taking progesterone cream, as I.

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