Hormone Clinic January 2015 Newsletter

Antioxidants

Antioxidants have been one of the nutritional buzzwords thrown around over the past 10 years. We are constantly being told of the benefits of these magical substances and that we should be consuming copious amounts. There seems to also be a confusion surrounding the question as to whether we need to supplement our diet with antioxidant vitamins. Conservative nutritionists would have us believe we get all the antioxidants we need from our food while the makers of natural and synthetic vitamins tell us wee need to supplement with antioxidants.

Read full article

DHEA Helps to Improve Symptoms of Menopause

Dehydroepiandrosterone, better known as DHEA, is the most abundant steroid in the human body involved and is involved in the manufacture of testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, and corticosterone.  DHEA levels continue to rise up to about age twenty-five, when production drops off sharply: by age 65, the human body makes only 10 to 20% of what it did at age 20.

Read full article

Anti-Ageing Medicine

If you have had your blood pressure taken, cholesterol checked, taken a cholesterol lowering drug, had a mammogram or taken hormone replacement in the form of oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone or thyroid medication, you have experienced anti-ageing medicine. This form of medicine is based on the early detection, prevention and reversal of age related diseases.

Read full article

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Neuromuscular Diseases

Essential for the absorption of calcium from the intestine and the utilization of calcium and phosphorus, Vitamin D is vital for the health of at least 36 organs, including the bone marrow, colon, kidney, lung, prostate, retina, and skin.

Read full article

1-in-3 Older Adults Suffer Muscle Loss

New findings show that approximately 1 out of 3 adults age 50 and older suffer from sarcopenia, a progressive loss of muscle mass and strength, which can affect a person’s energy and ability to perform daily activities. Maintaining muscle mass and strength reduces the risk of sarcopenia.

 Read full article

Disclaimer

The information contained in this website has been compiled using experiences gained by the author in his day to day practice and information from other books, articles and journals. It is recommended that readers exercise their own skill and judgment and seek professional advice before relying on the information contained in this website.

Contact us

Opening Hrs: Monday to Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm AEST
Phone: 07 5534 1544
Address: 451 Golden Four Drive,
Tugun, Gold Coast, Queensland,
Australia, 4224.

Website powered by Diverse Website Solutions | website design gold coast