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Physiologic HRT
  • Bioidentical
  • Biomimetic
  • Physiologic
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Rhythms of Hormonesare about timing &amplitude

You’re most likely Looking Forward to the Day When you No Longer Need to Deal with your Monthly Flow

Or Perhaps already “enjoying” life without it…

No More Heavy Flows, No More Pads on Hot Days, No More Heavy Cramps or Bloating, No More Mood Swings!

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BUT, the Scientific Truth may well be that your “monthly cycle” was a symptoms of being young and healthy!

The steady monthly beat & rhythm of Estrogen & Progesterone producing the menstrual flow turns switches in our genes “On” and “Off” – affecting over 4000 genes!

…having a positive effect on everything from experiencing a healthy libido, to having healthy bones and heart.

The Song the Female
Body is Designed to Sing

What Happens When the beat disappears? Menopause becomes the hallmark of Aging!

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Heart Disease. The hormonal changes that occur during menopause can bring increased cardiovascular risk in the form of higher blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and heart attacks.

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Alzheimer’s. Women who enter menopause before the age of 40 are 35% more likely to have been diagnosed with dementia.

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Osteoporosis. Menopause is the most common cause of osteoporosis.

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Low Libido. A loss of libido during menopause is generally due to decreased hormone levels.

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Diabetes & Weight Gain. After menopause, changes in your hormone levels can trigger fluctuations in your blood sugar level resulting in an increased risk of upper body adipose tissue accumulation and increased incidence of insulin resistance

There May be Hell to Pay when Hormones Fall Out or Rhythm and the Music Disappears!

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All the graphs in all the research on cancer show a steep incline in all cancers beginning at age forty for women, coinciding with a decline in estrogen

The Trick to Aging GRACEFULLY

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Mother Nature Gave Us the Template
  • The World, Our Individual Bodies, & Our Hormones are All Run On Rhythmic Programs, Routines and Subroutines, triggered by hormones…keeping our bodies in tune!

Mimicking mother nature may be the “Key” to living the vibrant Life every woman deserves

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Uses bioidentical hormones sourced from plants, as these mimic hormones naturally produced by the body.

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Mimics the optimum monthly hormone rhythms one should experience in their 20’s and 30’s.

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Sends the correct molecular signals to restore hormonal balance throughout the body.

Physiologic Hormone Restoration (PR) by Women’s Hormone Network

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The body does not produce hormones in a static – same dose everyday pattern, not does it produce the “drugs” pharmaceutical companies call hormones.
  • Physiologic Restoration uses real hormones in a rhythmic dosing philosophy, which matches most closely to that of a woman’s body.
  • Humans have a complex hormone system which regulates genes, the normal growth and growth modulation patterns of our physiology (i.e breasts, uterus, bones, etc.) and supports healthy function within cells and tissues.
  • During the years a woman’s ovaries are healthy, her body is in balance. Every system in her body is functioning optimally, and the mind and body are at their best. This state of vitality, fertility, and health is largely due to the intelligent hormone rhythm that nature created.
  • The state of well being begins to decline as women approach menopause when the hormonal rhythm and balance is lost. Estrogen levels wane, progesterone becomes deficient, and cycles become anovulatory. Several chronic diseases are now being attributed to low estrogen levels including arthritis, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's, etc).
  • By trying to restore nature’s rhythm we can try to approach the optimal function that healthy ovaries once provide.
  • Julie Taguchi, an Oncologist in Santa Barbara is active with clinical oncology research through UCLA and is an associate professor of clinical medicine with USC. She has shown, based on a small observational study within her own practice, that women have better quality of life without an apparent significant increase in recurrence or new breast cancers.
  • Long term data with large numbers of patients is not available but short-term data is currently underway
  • Learn more about your risks for breast cancer.
  • In short, if you have a uterus, you will begin to cycle on this modality of hormone replacement therapy.
  • The uterus is a barometer, indicating how the rest of the body is functioning. A normal menstrual cycle indicates that hormones are functioning optimally and the body is in an optimum state of health.
  • To have a uterus and be on hormones and not have a period just means lack of optimal function.
  • Your menstrual cycle is between 26-35 days
  • Your period is pain free
  • You only bleed during the days you have your period
  • The blood is healthy red color
  • You don’t experience premenstrual tension

Are You Ready to Live Your Most Vibrant Life?


The premise of using rhythmic, bioidentical, natural hormone replacement therapy with estradiol and progesterone may give our bodies a chance to turn back the clock

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