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5 Myths About Women and Testosterone

5 Myths About Women and Testosterone.  Testosterone is important for women’s health and is found in abundant amounts. Women’s testosterone levels can begin to decline as early as 20 years old and begins to drop even faster beginning around age 35. Optimizing testosterone levels can have many benefits for women’s health and is a very…
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Reverse Aging Through Hormone Optimization

Join Integrative Health and Rehabilitation and Emy Banulos, a certified Biote educator, to learn how to reverse aging through hormone optimization. Hormones help build strong bones, prevent cardiovascular disease, erectile dysfunction and much more. Aging affects hormone production and how our body responds to them. This causes dangerous hormonal imbalances. Menopause is the most widely known…
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What hormone protects women from heart disease

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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Optimized Hormones Improve Libido in Older Women

Optimized hormones improve libido in older women. A recent survey published in the journal Menopause found that older women are less satisfied with sex.  Above all, optimized hormones improve libido and many other conditions that affect men and women’s sex lives. According to the author of the study, Helena Harder, “There is still a stigma…
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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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