Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy



WHY USE BIOIDENTICAL HORMONES? There are many reasons people need bioidentical hormones, but our main focus (in addition to helping you feel great) is to prevent or reduce the risk of diseases that are associated with aging. Along with a healthy lifestyle, bioidentical hormones are a a key ingredient to your healthy aging recipe!


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ARE YOU SICK & TIRED OF BEING SICK & TIRED? There is absolutely no reason for you ever to feel this way. If you do, we can help you.

Both men and women can start to feel the effects of declining hormone levels as young as 30 years old. Our hormones change throughout the lifespan and the slightest imbalance can lead to a multitude of symptoms.

Do you have any of these common symptoms related to hormone imbalance?


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We offer the most accurate serum hormone testing, and after reviewing the results, we work with you to address underlying imbalances using food, supplements, and if appropriate, Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). We work with a local compounding pharmacy to create the perfect blend your body needs. BHRT is a natural way to balance your hormones using the exact molecular structure to the hormones that are naturally produced in your body. We NEVER use synthetic sex hormones!

A woman with balanced hormones feels alive. Her energy levels are abundant, her libido is balanced, she has mental focus, improved complexion (less wrinkles) and moisturized skin. Additionally, a woman with balanced hormones receives protection from heart disease, osteoporosis, breast cancer, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, sleep apnea and many other health conditions. Balanced hormones lead to improved blood sugar balance and improved lipid and cholesterol levels.

Don't Believe Us About ALL the Benefits of BHRT? Check out the scientific research studies below and throughout this webpage!

Hormone Therapy to Prevent Disease & Prolong Life in Postmenopausal Women

Use of estrogen replacement is associated with higher cognitive status in later life

Association Between Menopausal Hormone Therapy & Risk of Neurodegenerative Diseases: Implications for Precision Hormone Therapy

Potential Role of Estrogen in the Pathobiology and Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease

Hormone Replacement Therapy-Where Are We Now?

The Evidence Base for HRT: What Can We Believe?

Kronos Study--Estradiol Given Early in Menopause Prevents Heart Disease

ELITE Study - Estradiol Given Early in Menopause Prevents Atherosclerosis

Testing the Menopausal Hormone Therapy Timing Hypothesis: The Early versus Late Intervention Trial with Estradiol

Danish Osteoporosis Study (DOPS) - Estradiol Prevents Cardiovascular Disease

The Women's Health Initiative Study - CEE + Medroxyprogesterone (SYNTHETIC Progesterone)

E3M-Cohort Study - Breast Cancer Risk with Different Progestins

Danish Osteoporosis Study (DOPS) - Estradiol Decreases Osteoporosis Fractures

Transdermal Estradiol + Micronized Progesterone for Menopausal Symptoms

Progestins and Progesterone in HRT and the Risk of Breast Cancer

Progesterone vs Synthetic Progestins and the Risk of Breast Cancer - Review

Clinical Trial - Breast Effects of Estradiol and Progesterone

****Scientific Research Studies on "Estrogen & Progesterone and Effect in Breast Cancer Survivors***



We age because our hormones decline…our hormones don’t decline because we age.” ~Ron Rothenberg, M.D. (World Expert in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy)

“Thus, with balanced hormones, we can significantly reduce the negative health issues that develop with age.” Dr. Cheryl Winter, DCN, FNP-BC, IFMCP, RDN



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MID-LIFE CHANGES IN MEN: LOW T and Erectile Dysfunction

There is no reason to suffer!

Men also receive tremendous benefits from balanced hormones, including optimized libido, greater energy, increased fitness, and reductions in belly fat. As in women, balanced hormones, protect men against diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis, and leads to improved blood sugar balance and lipid and cholesterol levels. Additionally, balanced hormones lessen erectile dysfunction, sleep apnea and reduces the risk of prostate cancer.

There’s no reason to feel anything but great. Let us help you get back to feeling full of energy and vitality!

Why the Evidence for Testosterone Therapy Adds Up

Benefits & Health Implications of Testosterone Therapy in Men With Testosterone

Dr. Cheryl is certified in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) through WorldLink Medical.

Want even more information on all the benefits of BHRT for MEN? Check out our Vital TRT page HERE.


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Benefits of Estrogen:

Estrogen therapy benefits include protection against heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's disease, and memory disorders. Estrogen protects against vaginal atrophy urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, macular degeneration, and cataracts. Estrogen helps to prevent menopausal hot flashes and temperature dysregulation. Estrogen may also improve static balance and prevent neurodegeneration. Estrogen decreases lipids and increases bone density. It also improves skin quality/texture.





Benefits of Progesterone:

Progesterone will help with improvement in quality of sleep, brain fog and short-term memory. Progesterone also reduces symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), headaches, breast cancer, and osteoporosis. This hormone can moderate the side effects of excess estrogen, reduce bloating, headaches, bleeding and fibroids. Progesterone stabilizes and protects the uterine lining from developing abnormal cells that may progress to cancerous cells thus protecting from uterine and breast carcinoma.



Benefits of Testosterone:

Both men and women require adequate levels of testosterone for optimal physical and mental health, and for the prevention of chronic illnesses, e.g. Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and heart attacks, which are associated with low testosterone levels. Additionally, testosterone has been utilized for the treatment of menstrual headaches and migraines, as well as providing relief of vaginal dryness, urinary frequency and urgency, and incontinence. In both men and women, testosterone has been shown to also relieve depression and anxiety, improve concentration and memory, increase energy and an overall sense of well-being, and to treat testosterone deficiencies caused by the birth control pill.

Benefits of DHEA:

DHEA is a major androgen in the serum, for both men and women. It is a precursor of testosterone and estrogen. DHEA reduces cardiovascular risk by decreasing visceral fat. DHEA also stimulates the immune system, improves mood, restores sexual vitality and decreases cholesterol for beneficial results.

Benefits of Thyroid Hormone:

The thyroid impacts every major system in your body. It is important to have the right hormone levels for your body's needs. The function of the thyroid gland is to take iodine, found in many foods, and convert it into thyroid hormones: thyroxine (T4), triiodothyronine (T3). These thyroid hormones essentially control metabolism. Every cell in the body depends upon thyroid hormones for regulation of their metabolism.

Signs of Low Thyroid Hormone:

  • weight gain
  • fatigue
  • poor energy
  • dry, thick skin
  • thinning hair and hair loss
  • constipation
  • muscle weakness
  • feeling cold
  • poor concentration
  • insomnia
  • depression
  • decreased sex drive
  • numbness or tingling in hands
  • swollen eyes (Graves Disease)
  • heavy or long menstrual cycles

Subclinical Hypothyroidism and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease and Mortality

Subclinical Hypothyroidism and the Risk of Heart Failure, Other Cardiovascular Events, and Death

Subclinical Hypothyroidism is an Independent Risk Factor for Atherosclerosis and Myocardial Infarction in Elderly Women: The Rotterdam Study

Association of Subclinical Hypothyroidism and Cardiovascular Disease With Mortality

Subclinical Hypothyroidism: Association with Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Components of Metabolic Syndrome

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