Category: BioTE Pellets

Biodentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Denver

Quiz for female hormone imbalance

Quiz for Female Hormone Imbalance

What Are Hormones? Before taking your quiz for female hormone imbalance, what are hormones? Hormones act as chemical “messengers” that allow different parts of the body to communicate and even increase or decrease different actions carried out by our glands and organs. Produced by the endocrine glands, these include the Thyroid, Testes, Uterus, and Pancreas,…
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How Much Does Biote Cost?

How much does Biote cost? Also, what is Biote therapy? Biote is the manufacturer of high-quality Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) pellet. Biote therapy is very similar in cost to other types of hormone replacement therapy.  Integrative Health and Rehabilitation in Denver, Colorado charges $355 for female pellets, which usually last for 4 to 6…
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Testosterone Levels and Sleep Apnea

Testosterone Levels and Sleep Apnea

Testosterone levels and sleep apnea. These can be closely connected. People in Denver with imbalanced hormones can often experience difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Low-T can cause serious problems like sleep apnea. When you think of hormones, you probably think of hot flashes in women and erectile dysfunction in men. However, hormones actually affect…
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Alma Duo for ED in Denver

Alma Duo for Erectile Dysfunction

What is erectile dysfunction? Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition which prevents men from getting or maintaining an erection firm enough for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED can be a short-term or a long-term problem. Alma Duo for ED is a non surgical and non pharmaceutical treatment for ED. You have ED if you can… get…
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BHRT Research

The History of BHRT

The Origins of Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) The history of BHRT goes back thousands of years. The first recorded use occurred in Ancient China. Older female members of the Chinese ruling class would take dried young women’s urine to offset problems linked with menopause. The idea behind this was that young women’s urine had…
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BHRT Questions

Top 6 Questions About Starting BHRT

Talking about Hormone Optimization can be a little scary and the idea of starting Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) can be scary. Often, our doctors open the discussion with patients as way to address their concerns. Here are the top 6 questions about starting BHRT that our patients ask. 1. Can I afford BHRT and will my…
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Ddenver hormone therapy for women

What Hormone Protects Women From Heart Disease?

What hormone protects women from heart disease? Estrogen does and it’s only one of estrogen’s many benefits. Produced by the ovaries, adrenal glands, and fatty tissue, estrogen is mainly associated with women’s reproductive cycles and puberty. Most people rarely think about their hormone levels until they have an illness or disease. Maintaining Healthy Hormone Levels…
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Woman needing hormone optimization

Feel like you’ve “lost a step”? Come to our FREE informative Biote seminar!

Feel like you’ve “lost a step”? Come to our FREE Biote seminar!  If you’ve been feeling like you’ve “lost a step” it could be because of your hormones.  Every muscle, gland and organ in our bodies serves a purpose and these body parts take their directions from the endocrine system. This system uses “hormones” to…
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BioTE pellets are very small

How Big are Biote Pellets?

How big are Biote pellets? It’s amazing that something so small, can make such a HUGE difference! There are 2 different types of pellets used in Biote hormone replacement therapy. Estrogen pellets are made from soy and are about the size of a grain of rice.  Testosterone pellets are made from wild yam and are…
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Do women need testosterone supplementation?

Is Testosterone For Women Too?

Is Testosterone for women too? Studies show that higher testosterone levels in men have powerful anti-aging effects.  Men with low testosterone levels tend to have higher levels of body fat (aka “beer belly”) and less muscle mass. Low testosterone levels are also linked to heart attacks, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis, and depression. While doctors recognize the benefits…
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