The Body’s Internet System
Hormones deliver signals or “emails” to receptors (proteins in the shape of satellite dishes) that line most of our tissues and cells. In this way, hormones are your body’s “Physiologic Internet System.” They send emails to cells to tell them what to do to keep you the best version of yourself.
You don’t want this system to freeze or wane. Silencing hormonal emails makes you more vulnerable to diverse diseases.
Insufficient hormone signals are the major cause of aging. Much of the symptoms of senescence (aging) are due to your Hormonal Internet System freezing up and your tissues missing out on protective hormone signals.
Hormonal deficiencies or imbalances are not regularly assessed or addressed as part of many illnesses, such as autoimmune diseases, colorectal diseases, in high-risk women for hormonally driven diseases or even for aging issues such as joint pain and brain fog.
Yet hormonal deficiencies or hormone imbalances often worsen the patient’s symptoms and future, while replacing and/or balancing hormones fairly rapidly makes patients feel a lot better while giving their future a better chance.