Hormone Balancing, Osteoporosis and Cancer
Herbs and Natural Techniques for Anti-Aging,
Overall Good Health and Disease Prevention
Note: All lectures start at 6:30 and run for about one hour
This season, I am presenting a series of lectures about the use of natural techniques to deal with hormone imbalances, and help prevent chronic conditions such as, osteoporosis
The lectures will be at Ada's Natural Food Market located at the corner of US-41
and College parkway in Fort Myers. Bring your appetite, ADA's has some tasty natural foods available and a free "goodie" bag will be provided for all. For more information, call me at 239-652-0421 or
Each lecture will consist of about a 45 minute to one hour talk, followed by an open question and answer period. Bring your questions and concerns and
I'll try to answer them all.
Session outlines for the first three lectures in the series are below. I will publish additional outlines as time permits. You need not attend each session, (although I
would love to see you there) just pick the ones that interest you. Come and meet me and your other health minded neighbors.
Thursday, Oct. 26 - Hormones are the Body's Chemical Messengers
A discussion of the effects that aging, prescription drugs, and chronic health problems have on hormone levels and subsequent overall health and
well-being. Hormones provide critical chemical messages to every organ in the body. Many health issues are related to problems caused by hormonal imbalances, such as;
loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, and various sexual problems, breast and prostate growth in men, hot flashes, night sweats and vaginal dryness in women, as well as low
energy, muscle deterioration and relationship problems in both men and women that are caused by hormonal imbalances.
In this session, you will learn what herbs and nutrients can help balance hormone levels and ways to use bio-identical hormones to balance and
improve sexual and overall health. You will also learn how you can get your hormone levels discretely tested in the privacy of your home.
Thursday, Nov 16 - Understanding and Preventing Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a condition caused by an imbalance in the body's bone-building mechanism that results in thinning of the bones. It is a major
worry for both men and women. As a women enters or passes through menopause certain female hormones such as estrogen and progesterone and others, tend to decline. These
hormones help maintain bone and muscle strength. Aging
are also at risk due to the decline of testosterone and other important hormones. This is especially of concern for men being treated for Prostate Cancer with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).
Such treatment typically consists of drugs that either lower or block testosterone made by the body tending to accelerate the onset of osteoporosis. Another prominent cause of bone deterioration in both sexes are many prescription medications, especially
steroids like prednisone as well as long-term nutrient deficiencies.
In this session we will discuss the myriad causes of osteoporosis, the value of supplements, bone scanning and hormone replacement therapies,
and natural ways to prevent bone loss and improve bone health with aging.
Thursday, Dec 14 - Cancer - What Causes it and How to Avoid it.
Cancer is a disease that strikes fear into everyone. But, while the media and pharmaceutical companies continue to stoke this fear, much of it
is unreasonable. A diagnosis of cancer is not a death sentence. Not all cancer is life threatening or even debilitating. Two of the most feared (and also most common)
cancers are prostate cancer in men and breast cancer in women and both can be successfully treated and need not be debilitating.
In this session we will discuss testing, treatments and probability of serious verses non-serious outcomes for various cancers as well as
nutritional and lifestyle techniques that can help prevent cancer from developing or limit its ability to spread.
A very important part of this session is dealing with a diagnosis of cancer, especially prostate and breast cancer -- what to do, what not to do, and where to get additional