On May 10, members of the CMJ Masterpass joined me and Dr. Carrie Jones in a live Zoom meeting to ask us anything about hormones, and here’s the full recording!
We talk about things like:
All this and much more!
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In this episode, you will find all of the following and more:
07:55 Guidance on what time of day it is best to take T4 and/or T3?
10:37 The use of pregnenolone to manage perimenopausal symptoms, particularly insomnia
12:30 Insomnia is different between people who are and aren't on HRT?
14:15 Estrogen and kynurenine pathway
19:02 Aromatizing in Men
21:40 Over-the-counter supplements to lower SHBG and increased free T, boron, zinc, various herbs
24:20 Discussion about Mycotoxin.
28:48 Discussions in Iodine and mild fatigue and detox.
35:14 Discussion on soft tissue calcification.
40:40 Discussion on LEEP Procedure
45:53 Discussion on testosterone
54:30 Suggestions on supplements to assist with delayed onset muscle soreness.
55:48 How does the body make hormones and what nutrients and foods do they need to do this?
59:29 Know more about hormone production.
1:09:00 Why is early morning waking a characteristic symptom of depression and what other conditions have imbalances of early waking as a symptom?
1:17:00 When should you consider increasing progesterone or estrogen.
1:20:30 Causes for night sweats in men.
1:25:00 Dietary nutritional advice for breast cancer prevention, macronutrient ratios, micronutrient intakes, et cetera. Also any thoughts on risks and benefits of HRT in perimenopause relative to breast cancer risk?
1:28:29 Discussions on Methylation
1:34:35 Struggles with water retention around period.
1:39:23 Why would a woman have no cycle? Why would a woman have an anovulatory cycle?
1:45:02 What can be done to reverse hypothyroidism other than taking thyroid medicine?