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July 21, 2022

The Real Truth About Bioidentical Hormones

with podcast guest

Dr. Daved Rosensweet

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Dr. Rosensweet is the medical director of the Institute of Bioidentical Medicine and the co-chairman of the Coalition to Protect Bioidentical Hormones. He graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1968 and has been in private holistic medical practice since 1971. Dr. Rosensweet lectures widely, teaching menopause medicine to medical professionals in live seminars and online.

In this episode, we talk about the protective effects of hormone therapy, the difference between traditional/synthetic and bioidentical hormones, why compounding pharmacists are so important, symptoms that you may need hormone therapy, what to look for in a health care provider, and more.

Dr. Rosensweet is an absolute wealth of knowledge, and I learned so much about hormone replacement therapy from this conversation. I have no doubt you’ll have huge takeaways as well!

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Highlights

  • How a 2002 study was misinterpreted and created a public panic about hormone therapy
  • The protective effects of hormone therapy
  • How synthetic hormones and bioidenticals are sourced
  • Why the services provided by compounding pharmacists are so important
  • What Dr. Rosensweet and his colleagues are doing to increase access to bioidentical hormones
  • Getting away from toxicity in hormone therapy
  • Symptoms that you may need hormone therapy
  • Why Dr. Rosensweet doesn’t do hormone testing for women in perimenopause
  • What to look for in a health care provider
  • What you need to know about Biest
  • Why progesterone is one of the first treatments Dr. Rosensweet uses with perimenopausal women
  • The problematic nature of progestin
  • The critical nature of testosterone for women

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