How do you get rid of that stubborn belly fat? What does gluten-intolerance have to do with hormones? An in-depth and fascinating understanding of all the factors involved in balancing your hormones after age 35-40, for both men and women.
Audio Length: 1.5 hours
Transcript Length: 42 pages
Dr. Wendy Ellis and Jini Patel Thompson provide you with an in-depth and fascinating understanding of all the factors involved in balancing your hormones after age 35-40, for both men and women. Dr. Ellis answers questions like:
- How does gluten intolerance relate to hormone deficiency?
- How do I get rid of my belly fat?
- How long do I need to use hormones for?
- How are my hormones tested?
- Does this increase my cancer risk?
- What is the difference between compounded and pharmaceutical hormone replacement therapy (HRT)?
- What is the difference between natural and bio-identical hormones?
- What are some reasons to use bio-identical HRT?
Increase your understanding of all the factors involved in balancing your hormones after age 35-40, for both men and women and learn what to look for to monitor your own hormone balance.
ABOUT DR. WENDY ELLIS:
Dr. Wendy Ellis is a naturopathic doctor who also has a degree in medical biology. Dr. Ellis has apprenticed and continues to work with medical doctor Jonathan V. Wright. He’s an integrated physician who is very prolific and recently made even more so when Suzanne Somers wrote about him in a few of her books on hormone balance and anti-aging.
Before she joined Dr. Wright at the Tahoma Clinic, Dr. Ellis practiced medicine in Nicaragua serving as primary care physician for a rural community and focusing on women’s health, pediatrics and parasitosis. She also practiced medicine in Haiti where she worked extensively with HIV and tuberculosis programs.
Dr. Wendy Ellis now serves as focal doctor for Dr. Wright’s well-known bioidentical hormone therapy for women and sees conditions ranging from mineral deficiency, thyroid imbalance, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, detox, allergies and various other concerns.
If you want to get in contact with Dr. Ellis, you can reach her at http://drwendyellis.com