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Overview: BioIdentical Progesterone

Overview: BioIdentical Progesterone
February 1, 2018 Writing Department

Overview: Progesterone

Progesterone is the Master Hormone in women and an important hormone for men.

Progesterone is a hormonal balancer, particularly of estrogens. It enhances the beneficial effect of estrogens while mitigating the problems associated with estrogen excess (estrogen dominance).

Natural Progesterone also helps regulate healthy apoptosis (programmed cell death). Progesterone also helps create a balance of all other steroid hormones. It also has intrinsic calming and diuretic properties.

Progesterone is the “Pro-Gestational” hormone and plays a critical role in conception, full-term pregnancy and delivering a healthy baby.  While it is important for all women, it’s importance in men for the maintenance of prostate health has been recently established.

It is vitally important that we accurately evaluate the effects of estrogen, & progesterone on:

it is necessary to identify the sources of these two primary female hormones.

Distinguishing safe & natural hormones from those that are foreign and carcinogenic will enable you to make informed choices that will benefit future health and quality of life.

Additionally, this information will help educate you about the unwanted effects of low or no progesterone relative too much estrogen (estrogen dominance) and the subsequent unpleasant symptoms associated with Menopause, PMS, and the conditions of infertility & osteoporosis.

Other major disorders, including breast cancer, stroke, & heart disease have also been shown to be contributed to by a hormone imbalance.

Problems arise, however, when foreign estrogens, petrochemical compounds, and synthetic hormones are introduced into the body.

Why?   These chemicals insidiously interfere with natural hormone production and normal thyroid function and suppress the function of your most important hormone, progesterone.

What are the sources of these foreign hormones or xeno-estrogens and why do they create an imbalance of my hormones?

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