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Hi Lady Friends,

I wanted a central place to put as much information and links for you that are helpful in helping you regulate your hormones.  Yes we all have them and when they are not working their best, we have issues such as low energy, weight gain, bloating, and the list goes on.

I had the opportunity to listen to Dr. Purser, MD in person in Utah and this man knows women’s hormones he has so many studies, research and books to help you understand your hormones.  Before you do anything, I highly suggest having your hormones tested.  Dr. Purser has a female panel he suggests and this will be so helpful to you.  I have linked that female panel for you below.  After you have your testing  then work with a doctor you trust with alternative health.

I also share articles with helpful information about other tests recommended by YourLabWork.com

I hope this information below is helpful as I provide links saving you energy and time researching.

Lipoprotein(a): The one biomarker that could change everything

3 reasons why knowing your Lp(a) level is key to your health

Your blood vessels carry vital nutrients and oxygen to your organs, including your heart and brain, so keeping them healthy and clear is vital to ensure your body stays in top working order.

And, if you want to find out where you stand with your blood vessel health, having your cholesterol levels tested is a great place to start.

But what many people don’t realize is that a standard cholesterol test won’t give you a complete picture of how healthy (or not) your blood vessels are.

While knowing your cholesterol levels is important, there are a range of other biomarkers that can help you understand how well your vascular system is working.  Get the full story HERE.

Advanced thyroid testing: why checking your TSH level isn’t enough.

Make sure you get your full thyroid picture so you can live your best life.

Your thyroid hormones affect a whole host of vital body functions like your heart rate, metabolism, skin, growth, heat production, fertility, and digestion.

Importantly, T3 and T4 hormones regulate your heart rate and how fast your intestines process food.

This means if your levels are low, you may have symptoms like a slow heart rate and constipation or weight gain.

For example, some supplements like selenium and iodine can help prevent thyroid issues for more information Click HERE.

What are the best tests for thyroid function and why?    Click HERE.

What are the Best Tests for Adrenal Fatigue? My morning cortisol is low, what is wrong?

One way of evaluating your body’s response to stress is to look at cortisol and blood sugar levels.  Cortisol is a hormone that is like a long-acting adrenaline – it stimulates the heart and muscles, and provides energy to these in the form of glucose.  (sleep apnea is one of the most common causes of cortisol imbalances) and address the potential stressors in your life (including the obvious and the not-so-obvious, such as an inflammatory diet, over-exercising, or doing the wrong exercises for your body).  Check Out this article on Stress and Cortisol Levels Click HERE.

Dr. Purser MD Natural and Modern Medicine United DanPursermd.com

Dr. Dan Purser has written many books on Women and Hormones and this is the Detailed Female Panel he recommends for bloodwork Click HERE.

 

Here are a couple of his books I am reading now.  

 

If you have hot flashes, insomnia, weight gain listen to this video of Dr. Purser he talks about the Progessence Plus and Progesterone.

 

     

I use Young Living Progessence Plus serum and as post menopausal it has been great for me.  I did have to make adjustments in the beginning but now I sleep better, my mood is better, and I just feel better.  There are many testimonials out there of all ages helping teenage girls to women in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, to 100+.

Would you like more Dr. Purser information that is PRICELESS?  Click Here.

The blood tests for Sexy & Energy Click Here.

Learn More about the 5 R’s of Cellular Detox and Healing. Click Here

Ten worst Endocrine Disruptors Click Here.

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