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August 18, 2021

What Are Bioidentical Hormones and How To Use Them

with podcast guest

Brie Wieselman

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Brie Wieselman is a hormone balance and gut health specialist and is the clinical director of her online/virtual Functional Medicine Clinic where she and her practitioners work with women around the world. One of Brie’s areas of expertise is in helping people with digestive problems such as IBS, parasitic infections, Candida overgrowth, and SIBO to rebuild a bulletproof microbiome. Today we’re focusing on bioidentical hormones and this is a super enlightening episode with a ton of really useful information for anyone seeking out hormone replacement therapy as a solution.

In this episode, we talk about what bioidentical hormones are, the advantages of bioidentical hormones over synthetic hormones, the conditions where bioidentical hormone replacement can be effective, how to take bioidentical hormones, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • What are bioidentical hormones?
  • Advantages of bioidentical hormones over synthetic hormones
  • The connection between synthetic hormones and cancer
  • Pros and cons of the delivery forms for bioidentical hormones
  • The risk of progesterone dominance
  • Factors to examine before considering hormone replacement
  • Hormone testing and delivery in tune with your cycle
  • How bioidentical hormones can help with PCOS
  • Common use cases for bioidentical hormone replacement
  • People who should not use bioidentical hormone
  • Why bioidentical hormones help with mood swings, anxiety, and insomnia
  • Using bioidentical hormones postpartum
  • What you need to know about the estrobolome

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