Category: Andropause

Fundamental Guiding Principles of Naturopathic Medicine

Join us for an overview of the principles of naturopathic medicine. Trail Campus, October 25; Thursday 6:30pm – 7:30pm $15.00 + $0.75 GST All proceeds will go to the KBRH Health Foundation Click here to register . Sir John Arthur Thomson Vis Medicatrix Naturae Keynote address – 1914 British Medical Assoc Annual Meeting “What, then, do ...

Estrogen, Cancer and Immune Dysfunction

Considerable evidence suggests that estrogen dominance promotes immunological overactivity/imbalance.  This overabundance of estrogen may cause autoimmune diseases i.e., over activity of normal immune function.  This imbalance is related to certain diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).  Androgens (testosterone, DHEA) and progesterone are natural immune suppressors which have a balancing effect on ...

Cardiovascular Disease is the Number One Killer of Men and Women in North America

Do you have a friend or a loved one who has died because of cardiovascular disease?  In office testing such as the digital pulse wave analyzer (DPA) is a tool which helps patients at Hunt Naturopathic Clinic to reduce cardiovascular disease through early detection and prevention. The DPA measures a pulse wave that is produced ...

Menopause and Irritability

Another symptom related to perimenopause and menopause is irritability. Irritability can be caused by excess estrogen relative to progesterone, which is a common hormone imbalance. Irritability can also be caused by a lack of androgens for example, testosterone and DHEA, as well as the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol and testosterone act on the same gene ...

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement (BHRT)

BHRT refers to the therapeutic use of hormones that are identical in every way to the hormone produced naturally in the body. Diagnostic testing (salivary testing) identifies hormonal imbalances that are then addressed with the use of BHRT. Bio-identical hormones used in BHRT include estradiol, estrone, estriol, progesterone and testosterone. Cortisol may be supplemented in ...