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We are pleased to welcome leading Neurosurgeon, Dr Aizik Wolf of the Miami Neuroscience Center and Larkin Hospital to our Advisory Board.

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Male Hormone Restoration

The significance of testosterone for male sexual function is apparent to most Life Extension customers. New insights, however, underscore the critical role testosterone plays in maintaining youthful neurological structure, alleviating depression, as well as inducing fat loss in those who are unable to reduce body weight regardless of diet and exercise.

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Female Hormone Restoration

Bioidentical HRT is associated with far fewer side effects than conventional HRT and there is intriguing evidence that it may reduce the risk of certain cancers (Holtorf 2009). Moreover, supplementation with scientifically studied vitamins and natural plant extracts can help promote healthy metabolism of female hormones and complement the actions of bioidentical HRT.

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What Is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy And What Are Its Benefits?

When we age, the body can naturally undergo a gradual decline in some of the hormones it produces, and sometimes we experience a faster reduction when we have underlying health problems. For these health problems, doctors might suggest hormone therapy if safe for you. Usually, women consider hormone therapy treatment after they go through menopause in order to combat the symptoms they endure. Although hormone therapy isn’t the right option for everyone, women should consult with their primary care provider in order to find out if it’s right for them.

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The Testosterone Controversy

Testosterone levels are high in young men, but plummet during aging. Despite compelling findings of efficacy, conventional doctors still question the value of testosterone replacement in maturing men. This oversight is causing needless heart attacks and strokes.

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Prostate Cancer Prevention Controversy

Autopsy results reveal that 85% of men have atypical cells in their prostate glands and 1 in 4 has cancer. While many men with atypical lesions or even malignant cells in their prostate do not ever progress to clinical disease, aging men cannot ignore this problem.

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Human Identical Hormones Can Restore Your Health

Mother Nature plays a dirty trick on women. Just as they begin planning to enjoy their lives as empty-nesters, their lives often change overnight as they cope with night sweats, ballooning weight, aching joints, and fuzzy thinking associated with menopause.

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