220 – Are you running on Emergency Hormones? w/Dr. Rose Hollo

Could ADHD – Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder  actually just be ADHD – ADRENALIN DOMINANCE HORMONE DYSFUNCTION?   Dr. Rose Hollo is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor and a Licensed Ecclesiastical Holistic Practitioner. She practices traditional naturopathy. It’s an approach that supports the whole person: mind, body, and soul, using the healing power of nature. It does…

210 – Cortisol the Killer and Cortisol the Life Saver w/ Georgi Dinkov

Can’t live with it can’t live without it. Balance is the key to this essential hormone. Georgi Dinkov sheds light on the mystery behind stubborn weight gain. Find Georgi here: http://haidut.me/ https://raypeatforum.com/community/ Shop Georgi’s products HERE Also mentioned in the podcast Home Use coupon code WISH for 10% off https://media.blubrry.com/stuff_your_doctor_should_know/p/open.acast.com/public/streams/5a6ccd0271623fec34e30d92/episodes/62745929c2d4b800132efda7.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |…

205 When some women don’t like progesterone w/Pharmacist Carol Petersen

Carol Petersen is an accomplished compounding pharmacist with decades of experience helping patients improve their quality of life through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy and is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner. Her passion to optimize health and commitment to compounding is evident in her involvement with organizations…

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…

Progesterone therapy in women with epilepsy

Abstract Background: Progesterone with its anti-seizure effect plays a role in the pathophysiology of catamenial epilepsy which affects 31-60% of epileptic women. In this study, an attempt to treat women suffering from catamenial epilepsy with progesterone, as an adjuvant drug, was made. Methods: The treatment was given to 36 women aged 20-40 years (mean age: 30.75±6.05) with…

Progesterone vs. synthetic progestins and the risk of breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis

This is a fantastic link that not only acknowledges there is a scientific difference between Synthetic Progestin & Natural Progesterone but also the breast cancer risk associated with synthetic progestin.     Progesterone vs. synthetic progestins and the risk of breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis Abstract Background: Use of menopausal hormonal therapy (MHT)-containing estrogen…