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- Bio-identical hormones are safe and effective
- Documented benefits for both men and women
- Provides a steady hormone level for months
Even a slight change in hormone levels can have a significant impact on our health.
Testosterone is a hormone that is extremely important for health in both men and women. It contributes to muscle mass, strength and endurance, decreased fat, increased exercise tolerance, and the enhancement of the sense of well-being and psychological health.
It protects against cardiovascular disease and reduces blood sugar, as well as leads to increased bone density, decrease in cholesterol, improved skin tone, improved healing capacity, and increased libido and sexual performance.
Low levels of testosterone are associated with a number of symptoms relating to sleep, mental health and energy levels in both men and women. Medical literature shows significant advantages for men and women with low testosterone levels when supplemented with bio-identical hormones.
The effect of declining testosterone levels in men is well documented and accepted—low sex drive, low energy, increased fatigue, and decreased exerice tolerance and physical strength. Read more.
Many women experience the same symptoms as men—and many women are finding relief through pellet replacement therapy. Read more.
Bio-identical Hormone Pellet Therapy
Bio-identical hormones have been studied and used safely to restore and alleviate many of the symptoms caused by low levels of certain hormones, such as testosterone. The technology now exists that allows us to place time-release pellets of approved bio-identical hormones in the fat under the skin to deliver more optimal hormone levels directly into the bloodstream. Read more.
Frequently Asked Questions About Testosterone Therapy
Learn more about testosterone deficiency and why bio-identical hormone pellet therapy is one of the best ways to treat low testosterone in our FAQs.