Bio-Identical Hormone Balancing
Hormones, such as testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, thyroid, and adrenal hormones, can affect your metabolism; imbalances can cause weight gain, as well as fat deposits in specific body areas, such as hips, breasts (in males), and abdomen. Hormone imbalances can cause water retention, reduction of lean body mass, cellulite appearance, sagging skin, other body shaping problems, as well as systemic issues.
Advanced Thyroid Testing: We offer the Thyroflex and Thyrodine technology for “in-house” thyroid evaluation (for more info visit www.thyroflex.com). It has been reported that about 90% of the U.S. population is iodine deficient. Subclinical hypothyroidism is a condition that affects millions of people and is difficult to be diagnosed with standard blood tests; the person has the classical symptoms of hypothyroid (dry skin, thining hair, weight gain, fatigue, and more) but common lab testing might not reveal any problems. With this advanced technology,with no needles, no blood, and no pain, we can evaluate your thyroid function in minutes and can help you restore it back to balance.
Specialty Laboratory Assessment: we have contracted with the most innovative laboratories in the country to provide assessment and bring insights to different problems. Food sensitivities, heavy metal toxicity, other toxic substances, candida, vitamin and mineral whole blood analysis, dysbiosis and hormonal testing are just a few. We help you identify these problems and treat them with the most effective and most natural methods possible. We use the natural form of hormones known as bio-identical hormones, to correct hormone imbalances, as well as different botanical, amino acid, and natural preparations to help your body correct the problems.
Correcting your hormone imbalances, while being on a weight loss regiment, helps you achieve better results faster and easier while you are bringing your body’s health to optimum state. At the same time, you are increasing dramatically your chances of maintaining your optimum body weight after you achieve your weight loss goal.