4.5 stars. I finally feel like I may know what's going on in my crazy body! I now have talking points with my doctor and husband as well as some strategies to implement to help with all the chaos. for me, it will be a matter of balancing work and home and self-care- isn't that everyone's battle though. she made this so easy to understand and talk about. great book to learn more for those of us who are easily confused by medical jargon. I will share this resource with others who have been diagnos ...more
Dr. Erika is world renowned for her expertise and leadership in the conventional use of bioidentical hormones for women and men; supplements; patient advocacy; integration of diet, exercise, and lifestyle; stress and relationship management; and spiritual growth in all patient care. She is a firm believer the doctor’s role of serving the patient and the crucial importance of patient-centric healthcare must be measured in excellent outcomes. She lives in New York City. 
This book takes a hollistic approach to treating womens health issues. Includes a 14 day detox diet to help pinpoint foods that cause inflammation and ruin hormonal balance, as well as beneficial food lists. I like this book overall, but it fell short because it lacked citations of sources so that readers could take the book with a little more credibility to their Western doctors when they are seeking diet-based treatment vs drugs and surgeries.
Just one conversation with this whimsical woman can touch your heart and nourish your body in equal measures – what a talent! ‘Michele’s new book is a refreshing way to get your head around the often confusing subject of hormones and how ,at any age , male or female, they affect our weight, mood, sleep, and energy and how we can reset just with our fork!
Conservative cardio workouts are also recommended – about four times a week for 30 minutes. The idea is not to overdo it, since excessive calories combined with overexercising only increase the negative effect on a thyroid hormone deficiency, which slows down metabolism. Interval training is recommended over long endurance training. So exercise gently, and gradually make strength training part of your routine, which will maintain the muscle that you are building.
Dr. Norman has been the recipient of awards that include a Fulbright Fellowship, 1970; Public Health Service Career Development Award, 1970; Mead Johnson Award, American Institute of Nutrition, 1977; Ernst Oppenheimer Award, Endocrine Society, 1977; Visiting Lecturer Australian Society of Endocrinology, 1978; Visiting Faculty Member, Mayo Clinic, 1981; Prix Andre.

With over 60 recipes and a simple Pick-4 guide that allows you to create hormone-optimizing meals, smoothies and salads, Dr. Turner ND’s program ensures the right balance of carbs, fat and protein at each meal. The Hormone Boost/The Hormone Fix also features: simple steps to prep your home and body for a hormone boost, daily tracking aids, a weekly workout plan emphasizing strength training, supplement advice, and inspiring success stories from people who have experienced the benefits of this unique program.


For instance, if you are someone who routinely gets PMS, pre-period acne, bloating, crankiness, etc., those are all symptoms of a hormone imbalance. When our bodies are working at 100% discomfort prior to and during your period should be almost non-existent. If you have really heavy periods, flows with a lot of clots, a really short or long cycle, or mid-cycle bleeding there is something a bit off. Your first course of action should be to go to the doctor. Get examined to be sure there isn’t another underlying cause for your symptoms. But most women will get “normal” test results or nothing found that is of concern, and you’ll be told your problems are just that, “normal”. Normal might be “normal” but that doesn’t mean it’s good. It doesn’t mean you have to live with those symptoms and problems, and I hope that through the experts I’m going to introduce you to in this post, you can find your solution.
This book answered questions that I didn't even know were related to PCOS. I now have a list of different test I want the Doctor to run to see if I can remedy some of my symtoms. I also realized why my insulin spike after I started taking Mircette BCP but my doctor at the time said it would help with some of my symptoms and instead it made me 20 times worse. But now that I am informed I can do something about this.
Home saliva test kits, from a reputable company like ZRT Labs, are an accurate and ideal way to check hormone levels, as blood serum levels are not always dependable. Schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your concerns. If you are a woman, your gynecologist or obstetrician may be a good person to help. Having your blood hormones checked is often a good idea. Bio-identical hormone supplementation is a natural way to help ease symptoms of menopause-induced imbalanced hormones.

Drawing on current research and the programs she has developed and used to help thousands of women, she offers clear, concise action plans for what to remove and add to our daily diet to regain hormonal balance, including guides for specific conditions and more than 125 easy-to-prepare, flavorful, and anti-inflammatory recipes that are free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn, and nightshades and low in sugar.
Circadian rhythms are generated by an endogenously organized timing system that drives daily rhythms in behavior, physiology and metabolism. In mammals, the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of the hypothalamus is the locus of a master circadian clock. The SCN is synchronized to environmental changes in the light:dark cycle by direct, monosynaptic innervation via the retino-hypothalamic tract. In... [Show full abstract]
Cortisol is known as “the stress hormone,” and nature designed it for the needs of prehistoric man, who had to fight for survival on a daily basis. If a cave man saw a big, ferocious bear, his adrenal glands responded to the perception of stress by pumping cortisol into his system, pushing him to flee this life-threatening situation. However, cortisol is very inflammatory, and its secretion was supposed to last for about two minutes, provided he wasn’t eaten by the bear.
On top of all the testosterone advantages I’ve already mentioned, study after study shows that testosterone is literally a lifeline for women who undergo hysterectomy. One particular research article published in 2000, in the Journal of Women’s Health & Gender-Based Medicine, sums up the ordeal patients face. The author states that estrogen is not enough after hysterectomy, because many women also suffer undiagnosed testosterone deficiency. Symptoms of that deficiency, such as loss of libido, sexual pleasure, and a sense of well-being, go untreated. Adding testosterone to estrogen supplementation also helps prevent osteoporosis and may protect the heart.

SARA GOTTFRIED, M.D. is the New York Times bestselling author of The Hormone Cure. After graduating from the physician-scientist training program at Harvard Medical School and MIT, Dr. Gottfried completed her residency at the University of California at San Francisco. She is a board-certified gynecologist who teaches natural hormone balancing in her novel online programs so women can lose weight, detoxify, and feel great. Dr. Gottfried lives in Berkeley, CA with her husband and two daughters. Visit her online at www.SaraGottfriedMD.com.

I believe anyone can change the way they eat, making adjustments that provide healing. Often your body sends you sacred messages that your food plan needs to change. Perhaps binges, breakouts, or bloating are plaguing you. I have a “food first” philosophy and passionately believe that food is the small hinge that swings the biggest doors when it comes to your health.
If you are currently struggling with a problematic cycle, PMS issues or even adrenal fatigue I hope you will look into some of these books, or at the very least check out the authors who have written them as it’s likely you have a hormone imbalance. Most (if not all) have free resources on their websites to help you identify what your problems may be, and you might be surprised at how a few tweaks to your lifestyle can make such a huge difference in how you feel, and how your body works.
New to this Edition: Hormones, 3rd Edition is organized with two introductory chapters followed by 15 chapters on selected topics of the molecular biology of the major endocrine systems operative in humans. Coverage, for the first time of the following hormones; ghrelin, oxyntomodulin, kisspeptin, adrenomedullin, FGF23, erythropoietin, VIP and extended coverage of NO. Coverage of the hypothalamus has been integrated with the anterior pituitary because of the intimate functional and relationship between the two. Consideration of the role of hormones in cancer has been integrated into the chapters on the relevant hormones. Each of these areas occupies a unique niche in our understanding of the biological world and is part of the universality of signaling systems and how they govern biological systems.
Many of us experience signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalance every day. Do you have trouble dragging yourself out of bed in the morning? Ever have an uncontrollable sugar craving at 3 p.m.? Chronic headaches? Lack of energy? Do you get stressed just sitting in your office? Our bodies are wired to send us signals when something isn't right, but often we're too busy to hear them. Compound ing the problem is a lack of understanding about the consequences if these symptoms are left unaddressed. Without hormonal balances, we are more likely to succumb to many diseases and illnesses.
I’m going to show you how to stimulate your body to manufacture and balance estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and other hormones naturally—and to make the hormones you do have as productive as possible. My mission is to empower you to take charge, to do this on your own—safely and without a visit to the doctor—and to show you why testosterone is the missing link for optimal energy and wellness.
When women hit 40+, they often gain weight (particularly around the midsection), become more sluggish, and begin thinking they can’t possibly look and feel the way they did in their twenties or thirties. Instead, they start disrespecting their bodies and, in turn, make poor decisions (i.e., choosing cookies over kale; pouring one too many glasses of red wine at dinner, etc.) These poor decisions snowball into misfiring hormones and a broken metabolism.
I also explain that our years of perimenopause and menopause are associated with more significant physical changes than at any other time of life, except puberty. Loss of energy is only one of the issues. Unless an MD has taken additional education in integrative medicine or anti-aging (as I have), he/she can easily miss the very real problem of hormone imbalance. Why? Because the traditional medical education that I and other physicians received focuses on diseases and how to treat them, rather than on how to create and maintain wellness.
This phase incorporates some of those foods back into your diet while paying attention to how your body responds to them. However, the diet recommends an ongoing avoidance of “hormone-hindering” foods. These include high fructose corn syrup, fish with high mercury levels, non-organic meats, non-organic coffee, raisins, dates, and peanuts. The full list is in the book “The Hormone Diet.”

This book answered questions that I didn't even know were related to PCOS. I now have a list of different test I want the Doctor to run to see if I can remedy some of my symtoms. I also realized why my insulin spike after I started taking Mircette BCP but my doctor at the time said it would help with some of my symptoms and instead it made me 20 times worse. But now that I am informed I can do something about this.
This book takes a hollistic approach to treating womens health issues. Includes a 14 day detox diet to help pinpoint foods that cause inflammation and ruin hormonal balance, as well as beneficial food lists. I like this book overall, but it fell short because it lacked citations of sources so that readers could take the book with a little more credibility to their Western doctors when they are seeking diet-based treatment vs drugs and surgeries.
Cooking for hormone balance. The founder of the popular Hormones Balance online community, holistic nutrition coach, Magdalena Wszelaki knows this firsthand. Developing hyperthyroidism and then Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue and estrogen dominance propelled her to leave a high-pressured advertising career and develop a new way of eating that would repair and keep her hormones working smoothly.
Dr. Stephanie Faubion, a leading women’s health expert, addresses common questions, suggests healthy lifestyle changes, and explains treatment options for menopause symptoms. If you don’t know what to expect during the change, “The Menopause Solution” has a full explanation of what happens to your body. The book also includes updated information on over-the-counter medications, supplements, and hormone therapy.
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New to this Edition: Hormones, 3rd Edition is organized with two introductory chapters followed by 15 chapters on selected topics of the molecular biology of the major endocrine systems operative in humans. Coverage, for the first time of the following hormones; ghrelin, oxyntomodulin, kisspeptin, adrenomedullin, FGF23, erythropoietin, VIP and extended coverage of NO. Coverage of the hypothalamus has been integrated with the anterior pituitary because of the intimate functional and relationship between the two. Consideration of the role of hormones in cancer has been integrated into the chapters on the relevant hormones. Each of these areas occupies a unique niche in our understanding of the biological world and is part of the universality of signaling systems and how they govern biological systems.
Just one conversation with this whimsical woman can touch your heart and nourish your body in equal measures – what a talent! ‘Michele’s new book is a refreshing way to get your head around the often confusing subject of hormones and how ,at any age , male or female, they affect our weight, mood, sleep, and energy and how we can reset just with our fork!
Cortisol is also responsible for dumping sugar into the bloodstream (you need immediate energy for the fight-or-flight response). The trouble is that sugar makes our bodies produce insulin to deal with it. Insulin is secreted by the pancreas and released into the blood when glucose levels rise, such as following a meal. The insulin lowers the glucose level in the blood by transporting the glucose to the cells. When there is more glucose than the cells need at that moment, the insulin stores the excess sugar as fat. Over time the amount of insulin rises, which increases the desire and craving for more sugar in order to fill the insulin receptors. Sugar addiction has been compared to heroin addiction, due to these receptors shouting to be fed. This is one of the reasons stress causes you to gain weight and makes it almost impossible for you to lose weight. My 30-Day Plan will help you change this.
That brings us to the first meal of the day, which is crucial for setting up the metabolic tone for the day. I eat around 7 a.m. with my family – my husband, David Gottfried, and two daughters. I take 3 deep breaths before I eat because my old habit was to skip breakfast or shovel it in while speed-reading The New York Times. Distracted eating raises cortisol, your main stress hormone.
Along with advice for weight loss, Dr. Natasha Turner provides recommendations for anti-inflammatory detox, nutritional supplements, exercise, sleep, stress management, toxin-free skin care, and natural hormone replacement combined with a diet plan—all incorporated into a 3-step wellness program focused on the essentials of hormone balance for lasting health.
Belinda Kirkpatrick is an expert naturopath and nutritionist, who specializes in women's health and is especially passionate about hormonal health, fertility management and miscarriage prevention. Belinda is known for her extensive knowledge of natural and conventional treatment in addition to her evidence-based approach to integrative healthcare. 
I came across this book after hours of research. I am 32 years old and have endometriosis. After my second child was born I had been having a hard time loosing weight-it was coming off but very slowly. I was also exhausted, cranky, and many other things that endometriosis brings on. Knowing all that I know about having this disease is that it causes various hormone imbalances. I am a firm believer in using diet to regulate and that is how I found this book. I started 3 weeks ago and I noticed immediate changes. I lost 6 lbs and only now have 3 to go to make it to my pre-baby weight, although I have to say that is just the added bonus. I feel so much better, I can get out of bed in the morning without feeling sluggish and I am not nearly as moody. I definitely recommend this book to people with any of the hormone imbalances that Natasha talks about. Endometriosis is something I'll have for the next 20 years and I feel like I've found a way to manage it.
I read the paperback edition of the original publishing year of 2005. It is written by a British science commentator/editor for various newspapers/magazines and a presenter of a BBC science program. For one thing, this means that this book is written in British English, which is fine, unless when it comes to measurements. I simply had no idea what it meant, when she wrote about a 10-year-old girl weighing 13.5 stones and a 2-year-old boy weighing 5 stones. Until I transcalculated that into 189 lbs (85.7 kg) and 70 lbs (31.8 kg) respectively. All due to the power of hormones (in these specific cases). The other issue I initially had was that I had my doubts about the non-professional writing about such a specific topic. But I do not regret having read the book. It has been criticized of not really explaining how the hormones make us tick the way we do (as in biochemistry), describing the resulting effects only. So you should know that beforehand. Of course, this meant also that the book is written in a highly entertaining fashion. Which I appreciated very much, as I like to laugh once in a while during my textbook prone reading habits.
If your thyroid is sluggish, eat a diet based on whole foods low in sugar and dairy and without gluten. This will lower inflammation. The thyroid loves selenium, iodine, vitamin B and iron. For tasty recipes created around these principles, get your copy of The Australian Healthy Hormone Diet – a 4-week reset to rebalance weight, mood, and energy. http://ahealthyview.com/healthy-hormones/
Dr. Turner ND has changed the way she works with her Naturopathic and Nutritionist team members within Clear Medicine Wellness Boutique, as each has direct access to her for case consultations, input, and suggestions via text, email and phone at most times. Dr. Turner ND’s past experience providing similar services for a nutrition and wellness franchise created the perfect platform for her to work in this capacity with her very own team.  Practitioners meet with Dr. Turner ND every Thursday for case and clinical education.
Some patients are nervous about taking a hormone, and I always tell them, “Let’s start with progesterone. It’s the one that doesn’t have any worrisome side effects, and it can have such a large impact on your life.” I think progesterone is No. 2 in significance for women, after testosterone. I always say that if there’s a fire in my house I would grab my children and my progesterone. My husband was a fireman, and he can run for himself.
Dr. Norman's biomedical research career has focused on the mechanism of action of the vitamin D family of steroids. His chief contributions to these areas of cellular and molecular endocrinology have played a pivotal role in defining the boundaries of this research domain via discoveries that have opened new areas of investigation. The first of these was the discovery in 1968, and chemical characterization in 1971, of the hormonally active form of vitamin D, 1a,25(OH)2-vitamin D3. Subsequent achievements include the discovery and characterization of the nuclear receptor for 1a,25(OH)2D3, the clinical evaluation of 1a,25(OH)2D3 in renal osteodystrophy, articulation of the concept of the vitamin D endocrine system, the importance of 1a,25(OH)2D3 to insulin secretion and the discovery of a new rapid, nongenomic, signal transduction process for 1a,25(OH)2D3.
Stephanie is a typical high achieving young woman. Working at an advertising agency as a creative director, she’s often the first to arrive at the office. The job is demanding, but she enjoys pushing projects to the finishing line and is a self-described A-type personality. But it played havoc with her cortisol and insulin levels. Check out her story here:
Not everyone has lingering hormone issues after giving birth, but a large number of women do. For nearly a year, you are pregnant and your hormones are in suspended animation They don’t go through their normal rise and fall. After pregnancy our hormones rush out, and it’s like pulling out a plug. There’s nothing gentle about it, and it feels very abrupt. In some women, that crash in certain hormones (particularly progesterone, which drops after you give birth, sometimes causing dreadful PMS) leads to depression. It takes the body a while to “remember” and kind of grease the gears to return to its cycle.
When you think that all diets already exist, Valerie Childs came with a great and innovative alternative, explaining the hormones present in our body and how they interact with the food we ingest. The recipes are great and very well-documented with the exact amounts. I recommend this as a diet alternative to lose weight and balance your ingest of food.

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I feel the diet is also very misleading. Dr. Gottfried gives you 7 resets that are supposed to last for 3 days each, but that's not exactly true. Reset 1 is meatless (estrogen reset); Reset 2 is sugar free (insulin); Reset 3 is fruitless (leptin); Reset 4 is caffeine free (cortisol); Reset 5 is Grain Free (thyroid); Reset 6 is dairy free (growth hormone); Reset 7 is toxin free (testosterone). The truth is you are eliminating red meat, alcohol, sugar, fruit, caffeine, grains, dairy and toxins for the entire 21 days. Take a look at the menu she gives you on day 1, the meatless menu:
It’s common for so many of us to start eating less when we recognize our weight is failing to come off. For me personally, I know this all too well. I gained more than 25 pounds even though I was exercising an hour a day and counting every calorie. The more I strived, the harder I failed. And here's why: When we cut calories so drastically, we cause a significant amount of stress on our bodies. This increases our stress hormone cortisol, which only sabotages our effort as it causes our appetite for comfort foods to surge and is also associated with increased belly fat, even for people who are otherwise thin.  When one focuses on losing weight this way, it only inhibits our thyroid hormone’s ability to function properly, slowing down our metabolism.
This book helped make me feel like I was in control of my syptoms. I've been to doctors who just wanted to put me on anti-depressants. But this book helped me sort out my syptoms and decide on natural remedies to control things like night sweats and mood swings. I am 50, and there may come a day when I do have to resort to prescription medications, but for now I can manage it on my own.
Low Testosterone: Testosterone enhances libido, bone density, muscle mass, strength, motivation, memory, fat burning and skin tone in both men and women. An increase of body fat and loss of muscle may happen, even with dieting and exercise, when testosterone is low. Testosterone levels tend to taper off with aging, obesity and stress, but today men are experiencing testosterone decline much earlier in life. This is quite an alarming finding, considering low testosterone has been linked to depression, obesity, osteoporosis, heart disease and even death. Dr. Mitchell Harman, an endocrinologist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, blames the proliferation of endocrine-suppressing estrogen-like com£ds used in pesticides and other farming chemicals for the downward trend in male testosterone levels. Phthalates, commonly found in cosmetics, soaps and most plastics, are another known cause of testosterone suppression.
There is a lot of good information here. Gives you, in detail, things to do. The best is that it doesn't start with medication. I hope that other doctor's read this so they can help others, instead of the old way which doesn't help at all. It also confirms that fact that what you eat as the biggest impact on your health. This is a manual more than just a book. It is something to use over and over, or to pass it on.
Great title, great marketing, empty of substance. I was excited to read this book and even bought it for a friend as a gift prior to reading. After reading it myself I told my friend not to bother as there was very little “Hidden Itteligence” here. Hopefully there is something more of substance out there to help women navigate their hormonal cycles and empower their progression to a greater state of well-being but this was not it.
I will spotlight testosterone exclusively in the next chapter because of this hormone’s enormous significance for women—and its lack of attention from the medical community. Women have been afraid of testosterone supplementation for good reason. Years ago, the side effects of testosterone-replacement hormones were sometimes frightening, including growth of hair on the face, acne, bad temper, and other problems. We now know that these effects were due to high doses given to women. Today, the medical community agrees that women should receive only a fraction of the amount given to men.
This book makes a very strong case for bioidentical hormone treatment with pellets. Bioidentical hormones are safer than regular hormones. And pellets are more effective than creams. After reading the book at the suggestion of my doctor, who also is a patient of Dr. Maupin, I decided to give it a try. At 56, I was tired of living with hot flashes and tired of feeling like a blob with no energy. Last September, I met with Dr. Maupin and had my 1st pellet treatment. The hot flashes stopped! And I have more energy, feel more vibrant and beautiful, my skin looks better and I'm finally able to lose those stubborn pounds! You can tell by reading the book that Dr. Maupin is wonderful, caring and passionate about her work and she's even more amazing in person! What a dynamo! Thankful my doctor recommended the book and the treatment! I feel like a new person - happier, more energetic, calmer and more peaceful AND no longer suffering with hot flashes! This really has been like a miracle for me! Read the book if you're looking to feel and look better too! Best wishes to you!!!
Turner says most people lose 5 to 12 pounds during the detox. Although the Glyci-Mediterranean diet has not yet been researched, the Mediterranean diet on which it is partly based has been extensively researched. According to the studies, the Mediterranean diet does actually help you lose weight and is linked to a lower likelihood of being overweight or obese. The glycemic-index diet, which emphasizes lower glycemic foods, also has shown short-term weight loss benefits. It's likely that you will lose weight and keep it off, but the focus of the Glyci-Mediterranean diet is on restoring your internal health.
Erika Schwartz, MD is the leading authority on hormone supplementation in wellness and disease prevention. In The Hormone Solution, Dr. Erika shares her successful, proven program to help women of all ages prevent, reduce, or even eliminate the symptoms of hormone imbalance naturally. To date more than 100,000 people have read and successfully followed DrErika’s programs.
The other problem that is common after childbirth is stress, which depletes hormones. Who is more stressed, more sleep-deprived, more exhausted than a new mom? We used to live in a village where family members, friends, and connections helped us raise a child. We don’t live in a village anymore, and we lack the resources to restore our body systems by having somebody else hold the baby while we take a shower.

This book focuses on hormones, and on how they are produced in very diverse regions of the body in humans and animals. Hormones exhibiting the same synthesis pathways are not only found in vertebrates, but also in insects, shellfish, spiders, mollusks, and they were present evenat the time of metazoan diversification. The book discusses the different classes of hormones: protein/peptides hormones, steroids and juvenile hormones and hormones like catecholamines, thyroid hormones and melatonin. It also discusses the different types of hormone receptors, the majority of which are heptahelical G-protein coupled receptors or nuclear receptors. Particular attention is paid to the organs where hormones are synthesized, with specifics on production and release, while a dedicated chapter details hormonal regulation in systems ranging from the very simple to the highly complex. The remarkable kinetics of hormone production is also shown, and the book is rounded out by chapters on the evolution of the endocrine system, the genetics of endocrine diseases and doping.
This four-week plan encompasses nutritional and lifestyle changes to help get your life - and your hormones - back on track. Each day of the plan features tailored advice and a nourishing recipe to help your body 'reset' so that you once again feel energised and fighting fit. Michele also provides tips on how to make positive, lasting changes to your lifestyle that will stay with you long after the four weeks are over.
It's an easy to understand book, with very practical solutions to balancing hormones. Dr. Gottfried recommends lifestyle changes and supplements before attempting pharmaceutical solutions. I really like that approach. That said, it's difficult to self-diagnose using just her questionnaires. As she explains, if your root cause is low progesterone, it can cause excess estrogen in parts of your cycle. You could be treating high estrogen, when the root cause is low progesterone. Without testing, you ...more
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