California Prop 65

This is the best breakdown of this prop and it’s meaning, benefits and harm. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE BY WELLNESS MAMMA “California Prop 65 Controversy Though the premise behind Prop 65 makes sense, there are some serious problems with the law. No (Easy) Distinction Between Substances Prop 65 doesn’t make a distinction between substances…

Progesterone to reduce anxiety

Progesterone is known as an anxiolytic, which actually reduces anxiety. What causes anxiety and panic attacks? Here is what Dr. Hotze has to say “5 COMMON CAUSES OF ANXIETY IN WOMEN” Written By: STEVEN F. HOTZE, M.D. Steven F. Hotze, M.D., is the founder and CEO of the Hotze Health & Wellness Center, Hotze Vitamins and…

Can Progesterone Cause Weight Gain?

Adapted from Wray Whyte,   Progesterone cannot cause weight gain. Estrogen causes cells to proliferate, including adipose cells, see here. These are also a source of estrogen, so excessive estrogen leads to excess fat, which in turn leads to excess estrogen, and so the cycle goes, see here, here, here and here. Estrogen also causes constipation by taking water…

Book Review – Depression after Childbirth by Dr. Katharina Dalton

Dr. Katharina Dalton was a pioneer in women’s health, coining the term “premenstrual syndrome” (PMS) and recognizing that progesterone may relieve PMS symptoms. She then turned her attention to the complicated issue of depression after childbirth. Her book Depression after Childbirth: How to Recognize and Treat Postnatal Illness was first published in 1980 and categorized postpartum depression…

Association between C-reactive protein, metabolic cardiovascular risk factors, obesity and oral contraceptive use in young adults

See Full Paper HERE   M J A Williams, S M Williams, B J Milne, R J Hancox & R Poulton International Journal of Obesity volume 28, pages998–1003 (2004)Cite this article 258 Accesses 0 Altmetric Metricsdetails Abstract OBJECTIVE: This study sought to determine the relationship between levels of the inflammatory marker, C-reactive protein (CRP), cardiovascular risk factors and oral contraceptive use in…

Estrogens, progestogens and thrombosis

F R Rosendaal 1, A Van Hylckama Vlieg, B C Tanis, F M Helmerhorst Affiliations expand PMID: 12871270 DOI: 10.1046/j.1538-7836.2003.00264.x Free article Abstract Hundreds of millions of women worldwide use either oral contraceptives or postmenopausal hormone replacement. The use of oral contraceptives leads to an increased risk of venous thrombosis, of myocardial infarction, of stroke and of peripheral artery disease, the risks…