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Southwest Integrative Medicine Offers Free eBook "Do Your Hormones Need Balancing?"
Date:2/5/2013

thods for treating many hormone imbalance symptoms. According to Dr. Cline, "more research is suggesting that men diagnosed with prostate cancer are often deficient in testosterone. By optimizing testosterone levels prostate cancer risks can actually be reduced." Dr. Terranella notes that, "Bioidentical hormones for women contain estrogens that are protective against breast cancer unlike the synthetic estrogens that have been found to increase cancer risks."

Information on Bioidentical Hormones, Phoenix - Download FREE eBook on Hormone Replacement Therapy

Those who suspect they suffer from hormone imbalance symptoms can find useful and educational information, as well as answers to important questions. For more information about the symptoms of hormone imbalance, and whether or not patients can benefit from BHRT, download the Southwest Integrative Medicine FREE eBook, Do Your Hormones Need Balancing?

Southwest Integrative Medicine brings alternative and conventional medicine treatments together into integrative medicine. Many of their alternative medicine treatments emphasize holistic approaches to health such as clinical nutrition, acupuncture, and other ways that improve body's ability to heal itself. Many health conditions are created by excess weight so they use Phoenix weight loss services that use unique approaches to weight loss, like correcting hormone imbalances and specific diets.

For more information regarding bioidentical hormone therapy, the public can contact Southwest Integrative Medicine and speak with Drs. Robin Terranella or Christy Cline '/>"/>

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