Hormone Balance Hotline Newsletter



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Welcome to the Hormone Balance Hotline! In this publication, we share insights with you about health issues that Dr. John Lee dedicated his life to addressing. We cover the latest research on hormones and wellness, news about natural alternatives to conventional hormone replacement therapy, and bulletins about the latest developments in the field.

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Why Saliva Testing is the Best Way to Measure Sex and Adrenal Hormones

Every day, we get emails and phone calls from people who are confused over how to test their hormone levels. To cut through the confusion, let’s look at what Dr. Lee had to say about the subject. As you will learn, his insights make it easy to see why saliva testing is the ideal way to measure an important family of hormones.
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New Study Shows Natural Progesterone Reduces Hot Flashes and Is Safe for the Heart

More than a decade ago, researchers learned that progestins – the synthetic drugs found in many hormone replacement drugs and birth control pills – increase the risks of heart attack and stroke. All too quickly, some scientists and doctors assumed that natural progesterone would have the same risks because of its molecular similarity to progestins. Earlier this year, however, a new study from a research team at the University of British Columbia demonstrated that those assumptions were wrong. Natural progesterone was not only safe for the hearts of postmenopausal women, but it also reduced their hot flashes!
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New Research Shows Natural Progesterone Can Help Treat Breast Cancer

Two months ago, a large team of scientists working on multiple continents published a research study that came to startling conclusions about breast cancer and natural progesterone. The team determined that unlike synthetic progestins, which increase breast cancer risks, natural progesterone has the potential to slow the growth of many breast cancer tumors or even shrink them. Read about this remarkable study and discover how it confirms what Dr. Lee and Dr. Zava said more than a decade ago.
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