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Cal Miller Video Testimonial LifeXMD – Video


Cal Miller Video Testimonial LifeXMD
Age: 53 Client for 5 months http://www.lifexmd.com.

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Life XMD Client Testimonial – Grace – Video


Life XMD Client Testimonial - Grace

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Is Hormone Optimization Right for Me? – Video


Is Hormone Optimization Right for Me?
Dr. Stephen Graham, LifeXMD Medical Director.

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Jimmy Cefalo shares his experience with Dr. Richard Gaines – Video


Jimmy Cefalo shares his experience with Dr. Richard Gaines
Learn about Hormone Optimization with Dr. Richard Gaines http://www.aaghealthgains.com/hormone-optimization.

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The Science Behind Age Management Medicine – Video


The Science Behind Age Management Medicine
Dr. Jeffrey Leake, AMMEF Course Director describes the Science Behind AMM with regard to its focus in Exercise, Nutrition and Hormone Optimization.

By: Age Management Medicine Education Foundation- AMMEF

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Episode 07: Mike Mahler: Part 1: Man Up: Balance Your Hormone Levels – Video


Episode 07: Mike Mahler: Part 1: Man Up: Balance Your Hormone Levels
In this episode you will learn: How to Delay Gratification and Get What You Truly Want Out of Life. Hormone Optimization: Key to male vitality Men and Estrogen : Everything you need to know....

By: Alpha Man Project

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Episode 08: Mike Mahler: Part 2: Man Up: Balance Your Hormone Levels – Video


Episode 08: Mike Mahler: Part 2: Man Up: Balance Your Hormone Levels
In this episode you will learn: How to Delay Gratification and Get What You Truly Want Out of Life. Hormone Optimization: Key to male vitality Men and Estrogen : Everything you need to know....

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Hormone Optimization, Nutrition – Video


Hormone Optimization, Nutrition
This concise video shows viewers how to optimize hormone levels. Hormones play a key role in our behavior, thought processes, stress levels and appearance.

By: Chase Jackson Energy Easy Founder

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Hormone Optimization | Trim Nutrition Weight Loss …

This entry was posted on October 17, 2013 by Trim Nutrition.

Hormones are dominant in a persons make-up, and are required for most normal functions of the body. The slightest change in hormone levels can lead to a hormonal imbalance when the bodys chemical messengers (hormones) are no longer functioning the way they should. If a hormonal imbalance is left untreated, it can progress into serious diseases, like diabetes.

Trim offers a program to help individuals get their hormones back to the optimum levels, and therefore, keep their bodies functioning at optimum levels as well. Causes of Hormonal Imbalance

The body goes through many changes over the course of life childhood, puberty, and adulthood. Each stage of life requires a certain level of hormones throughout the body. Any overproduction or underproduction of a hormone may lead to a hormonal imbalance. A change from childhood to puberty or puberty to adulthood is not the only cause for hormonal imbalance. Medical conditions such as tumors or even a persons genetics may be the origin of a hormonal imbalance. Take a look at some of the most common causes: Medications Stress Overuse of cosmetics Consuming non-organic animal products Lack of exercise Pregnancy Obesity

While there may be internal factors initiating hormonal imbalance, there are external factors as well. Living in a highly polluted area or being a victim of second hand smoke can increase the likelihood of imbalanced hormones.

Symptoms may be unique to each person, but they are commonly associated with one of the following: Loss of muscle mass Night sweats Poor sleeping patterns Diminished sex drive Hot flashes Skin problems/acne Fatigue Depression Weight loss

If a person wishes to treat a hormonal imbalance, he or she must consult with one of Trims specialists to set up an assessment. The assessment consists of: A full lab work up A detailed medical history An assessment of nutrition and lifestyle habits After the results are processed, each person will receive a customized plan, unique to his or her lifestyle characteristics and medical background. The plan will consist of: Prescribed bio-identical hormones. These special hormones, unlike the synthesized versions, are plant based and will have the same molecular structure as the hormones found naturally in that persons body. Additional vitamins and supplements. A personalized eating plan. A detailed exercise plan.

Trims specialized treatment is one of the most natural ways to renew the hormone levels in a body. The unique usage of bio-identical hormones allows for a safe means of hormone replacement. These hormones follow the same molecular pathways as natural ones and are therefore the most effective and least intrusive method of replenishing imbalanced hormone levels.

Hormone optimization allows the body to function at its best. When a person has optimal hormone levels, he or she also has the greatest mental, physical, and emotional potential. Dont allow hormone imbalance to take over your life; call Trim today to set up an appointment, and get your life back in order!

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T NATION | A Training Program For Hormone Optimization

by Dan Trink 6/06/2012

How does training with weights change your body?

Your high school PE teacher back when schools still made physical education part of the curriculum likely offered the classic "house in the hurricane analogy."

"Training affects your muscles like a minor hurricane does a house. It cracks windows, rips off shingles, and busts up the fence. But if you don't overdo it, and give your body the materials (food) and the time to rest and make repairs, it will come back bigger and stronger than before."

Sadly, even your eighth-grade self knew this was way too simplistic, but you didn't press the matter. You knew better than to lock horns with an overly caffeinated gym teacher armed with a whistle.

Fact is, strength training does more than just create muscle damage. It releases a variety of hormones that also influence how you'll adapt and grow from your training session.

What many trainees don't know is how to manipulate this hormonal cascade to get bigger, stronger, and leaner. Is there an ideal way to structure your training to get the most out of your hormonal environment?

Research findings, in combination with anecdotal evidence from the training floor, suggest that it is possible. While many hormones come into play during resistance training, the four major ones are Testosterone, growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor (IGF), and cortisol. These are the most researched hormones in relation to strength training, and the science supporting their role in the process appears solid.

No hormone gets as much press in strength training as the capital T and for good reason. Testosterone has an important role in the signaling of protein synthesis and reduces the impact of catabolic hormones.

It's lesser known, but no less important role is as a facilitator for other hormonal mechanisms such as growth hormone and IGF-1 in the anabolic process (1).

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