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September 22, 2021

Do Hormonal Imbalances Actually Exist?

with podcast guest

Dr. Shawn Tassone

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Dr. Shawn Tassone is a holistic OBGYN and the first physician in the United States to be double board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and by the American Board of Integrative Medicine. He also has a Ph.D. in mind-body medicine and he’s the author of the Hormone Balance Bible.

Just mentioning the term ”hormone imbalance” is enough to stir up a lot of controversy with women’s health experts in the medical and coaching communities. Does it really exist? Why test your hormones when they’re constantly fluctuating throughout your cycle? All that and more is packed into this episode with Dr. Shawn Tassone.

In this episode, we talk about why the concept of hormone imbalances has become so controversial, how your hormones fluctuate throughout your cycle, the benefits of combining a medical and alternative approach to your health, Dr. Tassone’s hormonal archetypes, the most common hormone imbalance Dr. Tassone sees, what can be done about hormone imbalances, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • Why Dr. Tassone decided western medicine was not enough
  • The controversy around the concept of hormonal imbalance
  • Personalized medicine versus one-size-fits-all solutions
  • The need for doctors to evolve to meet the needs of their patients
  • Dr. Tassone’s Hormonal Archetypes
  • Why doctors and health coaches should take a team approach
  • How mainstream medicine treats women as second-class citizens
  • Testosterone replacement therapy for women
  • Dr. Tassone’s typical recommendations for low testosterone in women
  • Symptoms of low testosterone
  • Being your own advocate

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Dr. Stephanie Estima is a doctor of chiropractic with a special interest in metabolism, body composition, functional neurology, and female physiology. Stephanie is the author

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