Hormone Testing

Have you checked your hormones lately?


If you are having food cravings, fatigue, sleep problems, memory issues, anxiety, female hormone imbalance, digestive issues you may want to test your adrenal and sex hormones. Balancing the adrenal output and supplementing with individualized plant-derived female hormones can be life-changing. And it could be a simple wellness program for you.


Within a short period of time you can begin reclaiming your energy and your sanity! We have helped many patients with chronic conditions, peri-menopausal and menopausal symptoms, digestive diseases and many more conditions that had a stress-related root cause. We have the extensive experience and many case studies to support it.


Look into our brochures to see more information on hormone testing. We use Functional medicine approach to help with adrenal and hormone balancing. The initial step would be hormones testing with saliva testing kits. We get the results and you can be on your way to better health.




Adrenal Dysfunction

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What’s Happening?

Many people stumble out of bed in the morning and begin running all day with kids, work, sports practices, dinner, errands and housework. Constantly burning the candle at both ends leaves you exhausted. Weekends used to be a time to relax and unwind, but many people now find the weekends to be equally as busy. Sadly this is “normal” for many Americans.

Over 500,000 Americans suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome and millions more suffer from severe exhaustion or adrenal dysfunction. If you find yourself relying on coffee, sugar or other stimulants to get you going in the morning, you may be experiencing adrenal dysfunction. This feeling is often accompanied by one or more of the following:

  • Morning fatigue
  • Craving salty or fatty foods
  • Anxiety
  • Difficulty falling or staying asleep
  • Muscle aches
  • Increased irritability




Craving Something Sweet

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What’s Happening?

Hormones play an important role in maintaining blood sugar balance and restorative sleep patterns. Sugar cravings and hormonal changes are nothing new to many women.

Your adrenal glands make cortisol, which impacts blood sugar levels, blood pressure, heart rate and metabolism. The amount and daily pattern of cortisol production can influence how your body uses or stores fat. Cortisol is also important for controlling levels of inflammation throughout the body. The ideal cortisol pattern is elevated first thing in the morning, decreasing towards night time.

Over time, continued stress disrupts the delicate balance of hormones, including how much and when cortisol is made and released.

Some signs that cortisol and other hormone levels are out of balance include:

  • Sugar cravings
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Tired but wired
  • Afternoon slump
  • Headaches
  • Constantly stressed




How Are Hormones Related to Weight Gain?

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What’s Happening?

Weight loss programs invoke images of salads, hours in the gym and dessert deprivation. Hormone testing probably doesn’t come to mind. However, as we age, estrogen and progesterone levels decline while androgen levels (testosterone and DHEA) can increase. These changes not only increase the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease, but they also affect how and where fat is stored in our bodies.

Attempting to lose weight without addressing the hormonal component is like going to the gym and then eating a big piece of chocolate cake. Focusing on whole foods, reducing refined carbohydrates, exercising as prescribed by your doctor and treating any hormone imbalance will help you successfully lose the weight and keep it off. Common weight related hormone symptoms include:

  • Increased waist size
  • Bloating
  • Decreased stamina
  • Difficulty maintaining weight loss




Lymphatic Enhancement Technology (LET)

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What’s Happening?

Over the past 80 years more than 70,000 industrial chemicals have been created and are now part of our environment. No matter how clean you try to live, it is really impossible to escape some level of environmental toxin exposure.

The primary source of environmental toxins is found in our food. This, combined with the toxins that you breathe in and that touch your skin, make up the toxic load that your liver and other organs try to deal with every second. Add in the other toxins — such as alcohol, medications, excess coffee and smoking — and you can understand why we feel unwell, sleepless, and with low energy, and are overweight and sluggish.






Managing Menopause

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What’s Happening?

Life expectancy for women has nearly doubled over the last century, reaching an average age of 83! This increase means a woman can expect to live nearly half of her life after menopause.

A natural process for the aging woman, menopause is official when a woman has not had a period for 12 consecutive months, at which time she is considered post-menopausal. For many women, this time of life brings an array of concerns. There are safe and healthful ways to avoid symptoms and prolong your youth.

The first step is to identify the symptoms.

  • Hot flashes
  • Sleeplessness
  • Menstrual changes
  • Unwanted hair growth
  • Weight gain
  • Thinning skin
  • Depression
  • Bone loss




Safe & Effective Hormone Balancing

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What’s Happening?

Do you have these symptoms?

  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Insomnia
  • Memory loss
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Irregular periods
  • Breast tenderness
  • Increased skin wrinkling
  • Weight gain
  • Anxiety

What is the best way to check hormone levels?

Salivary hormone testing has been established as the best method for accurate analysis of your active hormone levels. Estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and cortisol can be measured in saliva.







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