813-773- NMFG (6634)
Monday - Saturday - 8:00 - 18:00,Sunday - 8:00 - 14:00

What Is Cortisol?

Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced in the cortex of the adrenal glands. It is released by the adrenal glands in response to stress. Cortisol is secreted in the largest quantity in the morning and levels decline throughout the day. Functions of Cortisol The primary functions of cortisol are energy regulation and mobilization. Cortisol does this by increasing blood sugar…

Read more

Vitamin D Deficiency in Men

Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble prohormones. It is introduced to your body through a wide variety of food such as fish, eggs, fortified milk and cereals, and cod liver oil. Sunlight is also considered a source, as direct exposure to UV rays for as little as 15 minutes stimulates the skin to produce vitamin D. Direct sun exposure,…

Read more

Thyroid Hormone for Men

The thyroid gland is one of the body’s largest endocrine glands. It is located in the lower part of the neck below the Adam’s apple and consists of two connected lobes. The thyroid gland is responsible for controlling metabolism, protein synthesis, and the body’s sensitivity to other hormones. It does this through the production of thyroid hormones, especially thyroxine (T4)…

Read more

Balancing Hormones: A Natural Approach

Whether to replace hormones or not has been a question for some time now.  Hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, has been used for many decades, most often improperly, but is now gaining wide recognition to be a valuable part of any health program today. Optimally, when our bodies are given the proper foods and low stress environment, our hormone levels…

Read more

What is Human Growth Hormone (HGH)?

Athletes have long known about the benefits of a powerful hormone called insulin-like growth factor-1, or IGF-1. Now, mainstream research is showing that IGF-1’s benefits for men can extend beyond the gym and into everyday life. Exciting new findings are revealing that IGF-1 can help protect cells, fight off diseases of aging, and promote overall health for millions of men…

Read more

Estrogen in Men

Men are often surprised to learn that their bodies produce small amounts of estrogen. Although estrogen is one of the primary female sex hormones, it also has significance for men. Adequate levels of estrogen are important for male hormone balance and optimal health in men. Estrogen is also necessary for optimal function and protection of the heart, brain and bones.…

Read more

BENEFITS OF BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN MEN

Increases energy levels Reduces overall body fat Improves muscle tone Increases muscle mass and strength Improves sex drive Improves erections Improves frequency and intensity of orgasms Results in wrinkle reduction with younger, tighter skin Improves mood Improves concentration Improves memory Improves sleep Decreases urinary symptoms Eliminates hot flashes in men Eliminates night sweats in men Enhances exercise performance Improves cholesterol profile Improves…

Read more

About Hormones in Men

Important hormones in men include: testosterone, DHEA, thyroid, cortisol, vitamin D, pregnenolone, progesterone, and human growth hormone.  Levels of male hormones begin to decline gradually after the age of 25-30. Many men in their mid 30s or early 40s have at least one hormone deficiency.   These important hormones in men work together (synergistically) so if one hormone is out…

Read more

About Hormone Imbalance in Men

Male hormone imbalance is a natural process of aging and eventually occurs in most men. It occurs when there is an overproduction or an underproduction of one or more hormones. Hormone imbalance in men causes many unpleasant symptoms and increases the risk of health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis. As men…

Read more

Newsletter

Get the latest updates and news

CopyRights 2018 New Medicine Foundation - All rights reserved.