How you can avoid a one-size-fits-all approach to replace lost hormones

A one-size-fits-all approach rarely works. Maybe for work gloves. Maybe shower caps. Not much else.

But this is certain… It’s not a good way to solve a complex health challenge. And it’s a terrible way to replace lost hormones.

As Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., has explained in previous e-Alerts, there are three primary types of estrogen. That means three different levels.

Dr. Wright… “When hormone production slows during menopause, it’s important to replace all three estrogens in the same proportions your body would produce on its own.

“With natural hormone replacement therapy, these estrogens are used along with natural progesterone in proportions as close as possible to those produced in the body.”

You can find more information about bioidentical HRT here, in a free special report published by HSI.

Get urgent health alerts, warnings and insights delivered straight to your inbox