by Dr. Oler, ND | Sep 23, 2021 | Amino Acid Therapy, Depression, Menopause, Migraine, Neurotransmitter Function, Neurotransmitter Imbalances, Parkinson's Disease, Restless Leg Syndrome, Trichotillomania, Weight Loss
Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that the body uses to relay information. Many people are on medications to alter neurotransmitter levels or function in an attempt to improve their health. However, people need to know how these medications work and which neurotransmitters are impacted in order to understand if and how they can optimize their health.
by Dr. Oler, ND | Mar 8, 2018 | Menopause, Nutrition, Women's Health
New research has provided further evidence that processed meats can increase the risk of breast cancer. This study, published in the European Journal of Cancer found that women who consumed more than 9 grams of processed meats per day – which is equivalent to around two sausages per week – increased their breast cancer risk by 21%. (more…)
by Dr. Oler, ND | Sep 22, 2016 | Hormone Imbalance, Hormone Imbalances, Menopause, Perimenopause, Underlying Metabolic Imbalances, Women's Health
The most important groups of hormones for women are estrogens (especially ß‐estradiol) and progesterone. In a healthy female body they balance each other so phases of the menstrual cycle occur regularly. When one is going down, the other is going up. Their synchronized cycle repeats about every month (25 to 35 days). When the balance between estrogen and progesterone is lost, your body may act in unpredictable ways.