Dr George Yu Shares His Insights and Experience using Bioidentical Hormones to Address Imbalance through Menopause and Andropause
Last week, in what was a unique and empowering opportunity, I had the pleasure of interviewing the esteemed Dr George Yu.
Dr Yu has been practicing medicine and surgery for 35 years in the institutional and private sectors. He is senior physician at Aegis Medical & Research Associates in Annapolis, Maryland, and Clinical Professor of Urological Surgery at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Presently he practices medicine focusing on sex hormone endocrinology, nutrition and digestion, and preventative medicine.
Dr Yu’s impressive CV can be downloaded from his website TotallyYu.com.
The following podcast with Dr George Yu was recorded by Catherine Rollins in Melbourne, Australia on October 19, 2015
Women and men today are enjoying longer lives than they did in the past. We can, at Menopause (and Andropause), look forward to roughly another 30-40-50 years on this planet. So how we manage our aging will dictate the quality of life we enjoy during this time.
What part, therefore, does hormone balancing (using bioidentical hormones) play in protecting our bones, breasts, prostate, muscles, brain and heart health in the big picture of disease prevention.
Discussion topics include:
- Dr George Yu – An Introduction
- Testosterone Safety in Prostate Health
- Natural Menopause/Andropause, and Testosterone Replacement for Women
- The Part Progesterone Plays in Breast Health
- Promoting BHRT, Raising Awareness of Men’s Hormonal Health
- BHRT Safety, Practitioner Upskilling, Giving Women A Choice
- Physiological Dosing, Tailored Care, and BHRT Delivery Systems Available
- Hormone Supplementation, Importance of Liver Care and Colon Cleansing
- Recognizing & Treating An Underactive Thyroid
- Mobilizing Toxins in Fat Cells Using Niacin, Sauna & Activated Charcoal
- Benefits of Caloric Restriction, Intermittent Fasting, and Nutrition
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Supporting Medical Citations
- Bibliography of Important Issues on Testosterone and Prostate Cancer
- Endogenous Estrogen, Androgen, and Progesterone Concentrations and Breast Cancer Risk Among Postmenopausal Women
- Steroid Hormone Levels during Pregnancy and Incidence of Maternal Breast Cancer
- Serum progesterone and prognosis in operable breast cancer
- Preventing Endometriosis with Progesterone
- Progesterone & Prementrual Syndrome – Double Blind Cross Over Trial
- Trimester P4 Antiproliferative Effect
- Test Heart Smooth Muscle
- Gerald Phillips- Citations
- Estrogen – Citations
- Clinical Studies – Androtherapy
- Effect of Testosterone on Heart Muscle and Cardiovascular Smooth Muscle
- Testosterone Treatment & Heart Health
- Testosterone Modulates Cardiomyocyte Ca2+ Handling and Contractile Function
- The Effect of Testosterone Replacement on Endogenous Inflammatory Cytokines and Lipid Profiles in Hypogonadal Men
- Endogenous testosterone increases L-type Ca2. channel expression in porcine coronary smooth muscle
- Sex Differences of Endogenous Sex Hormones and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
- Androgens and Coronary Artery Disease
- Endogenous Sex Hormones and Progression of Carotid Atherosclerosis in Elderly Men
- Low serum testosterone and increased mortality in men with coronary heart disease
- Testosterone Deficiency – A risk factor is cardiovascular disease?
- Induced testosterone deficiency: from clinical presentation of fatigue, erectile dysfunction and muscle atrophy to insulin resistance and diabetes
- Androgen deficiency and mitochondrial dysfunction: implications for fatigue, muscle dysfunction, insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease
- Testosterone and Penile Erections Tells Us About Our Cardiovascular Health
- Abrupt Decrease in Testosterone Following an Oral Glucose Load in Men
- Increasing Insulin Resistance Is Associated with a Decrease in Leydig Cell Testosterone Secretion in Men
- Relationship Between Testosterone Levels, Insulin Sensitivity, and Mitochondrial Function in Men
- Nutritionally Dense and Caloric Restriction Diet (CR =1200- 1500 calories / day) Have an Impact on Patients with Widespread Cancer Disease
- Testosterone Therapy and Hormonophobia – Cardiovascular Risk, the Media, and the Authorities
And as always, if you have any questions – I’m here to help.
In love & appreciation,
Catherine P. Rollins
Founder & CEO
Ethically Supporting Women’s Choice of BHRT Since 2001
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