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Hormone Secrets

Feel Great and Age Well Using the Bio-Identicals

Robert Yoho

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Are you all worn out and wonder if it's your hormones? Do you have questions about menopause or testosterone replacement? Have you heard that hormones cause cancer and heart disease? Hormone Secrets will clear up the controversies for you. 

Robert Yoho is an award-winning author who spent a career studying and prescribing hormones. He is retired, so he can tell you the truth. Hint: big Pharma and big money are involved, and you have been listening to lies. 

Are some hormones dangerous? YES, and this book explains which ones. You will go to your doctor armed with exactly what to ask for. 

Is hormone replacement expensive? NO, not if you learn the secrets from Hormone Secrets. 

THE PROMISE: Study this book and you will know more about hormones than 99 percent of doctors. 

THE GUARANTEE: I will help you find a doctor who can help. Hormones are difficult for physicians to prescribe-they are pressured to use toxic, expensive patent drugs instead.

 Hormone supplementation potentially treats or improves:

Longevity: Low levels of thyroid, growth hormone, estrogen, testosterone, and DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) are linked to premature death.  

Cancer: Estrogen, DHEA, testosterone, progesterone, melatonin, and human growth hormone (HGH) all have protective effects against cancer. 

General health: In women under age 60, long-term estrogen replacement therapy decreases strokes, blood clots, colon cancer, diabetes, and macular degeneration. It reduces the likelihood of tooth loss, depression, osteoporosis, and death because of bone fracture. Breast cancer is unaffected, contrary to common opinion. Avoidance of estrogen was estimated to cause 50,000 excess deaths over ten years in a Yale study

Alzheimer's disease (AD): When long-term care costs are included, this is the most expensive ailment of all. Estrogen decreases the chances of getting AD significantly when it is started within 10 years of menopause. 

Heart disease: Over 40 observational studies have shown that giving estrogen to women reduces coronary artery disease, heart attacks, and deaths. When men have higher levels, they have less heart disease. Giving natural estrogen to deficient men improves cholesterol but does not increase blood clotting. 

Depression: Estrogen, DHEA, progesterone, testosterone, and melatonin all have antidepressant effects. Thyroid has been studied and used for depression for over fifty years. 

Obesity: Thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, DHEA, and human growth hormone reduce unhealthy belly fat and promote weight loss.

"Bio-identical" hormones are the same as those found in humans. These are safe, affordable, and have few side effects. But since these natural body substances cannot be easily patented, they are barely profitable for big Pharma. So the drugmakers concoct proprietary imitations from chemicals or animals. Their prices are extortionate. 

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