Safe Stable Weight Loss in 2 weeks
Free Health Test
Free Brain Test
After any and all diseases have been properly diagnosed and treated,
repair of the body by stimulating balance and restoration from the damages
done by stress is needed. Nutritional care can be of great value in supporting
The 5 primary barriers to repairing hormones are:
Q: I have been using Progesterone cream for a long time. Now I am experiencing high
levels of Cortisol, and my doctor says it's because of
the cream. What should I do?
A: Progesterone cream can cause a long term elevation of Cortisol because progesterone has a high ability to connect to Cortisol binding protein. The below supports hormone removal and detoxification through the liver:
Use the following supplements to support removal and detox of hormones through the liver:
Support healthy release of FSH hormones to improve estrogen levels in women by using
Support healthy release of LH to improve progesterone levels in women using
These supplements may be needed for 30-90 days until the pituitaries LH
and FSH normalize. Synthetic estrogen will inhibit FSH and must be removed as
above. Synthetic progesterone and excess use of progesterone cream inhibits LH.
Synthetic Testosterone use in men will inhibit LH.
Q: My period always comes with heavy menstrual bleeding. It is so exhausting and
unmanageable that sometimes I have to miss work. Help!
A: Always take iron with heavy menstrual bleeding to avoid adrenal
stress. The stress caused by your cycle
may be part in a vicious cycle that causes adrenal gland stress and over conversion of progesterone into
adrenal hormones. Use of these supplements is helpful for additional
nutritional support for heavy menstrual bleeding:
Q: I am on Birth control pills, which I know are synthetic hormones. What should I do?
A: If you want to remain using birth control pills, you must support estrogen metabolism, natural progesterone and liver detoxification.
MyVits carries the following supplements to help:
Q: I want to stop taking birth control pills because they cause me to have an abnormal menstrual cycle, but I have major symptoms when I stop. How can I stop without experiencing these symptoms?
A: The problem may not be in your sex hormones, but in your adrenals.
Consider fixing your adrenal glands first using:
Adrenastim(for low Cortisol) or
(for high Cortisol)
The additional of
Sublingual Progesterone for the last 2 weeks before the Menstrual Cycle begins can handle many PMS symptoms
Adrenal Stress Response
More Cortisol and low DHEA
FACT: Both women and men experience changes in hormone levels and balance for various reasons, many of which are helped with nutritional support once medical conditions have been ruled out.
Expanded Female Hormone Profile
Male Hormone Profile
If a person has been taking synthetic
hormones in order to assess if the hormones are still present in the body,
you must check LH and FSH
FACT: If a woman or a man has been on hormone replacement (Estrogen, Progesterone and Testosterone pills, creams or birth control) The pituitary no longer releases adequate levels of FSH and LH.
FSH - In women the Pituitary gland releases Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) to stimulate a follicle release an egg in the ovary and then produce estrogen.
FSH - Is needed to create sperm in men.
LH - In women the Pituitary releases Luteinizing Hormone (LH) to have the follicle release the egg and then to create progesterone once the egg has been released.
LH - In men LH rises to create testosterone from the leydig cells (the cell
which produces testosterone) in the testes.
Women: Later in life women experience loss of coordination of these hormone response from the Pituitary's FSH and LH -> most significantly at menopause(between ages 45 and 55 for most women). This can lead to Hot
Flashes which can be supported nutritionally by helping any Adrenal or Thyroid Imbalance
Men: Experience this loss of normal response during Andropause a time of decreased hormone response (usually between ages 40 and 60).
The Pituitary hormones FSH and LH can be checked using Saliva test which measures the hormones.
If they are too low there are still residual hormones -the medication's synthetic hormones are
still being stored -> Inhibiting FSH and or LH as seen above.
If Pituitary hormones LH and FSH are very low, the synthetic hormones may need to be removed from the body
Once removed these Pituitary hormones (FSH and LH) should be rechecked to ensure their levels are
in the normal range given on the test results showing complete removal.
Q: I have Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome. Can you tell me more about PCOS?
A: PCOS is a mimicker of low thyroid function and must be supported as a multi syndrome
disorder. PCOS, Insulin Resistance,
Elevated Insulin/Testosterone and Metabolic
(aka Syndrome X) all have similar symptoms to PCOS and are similarly
PCOS causes a variety of symptoms including: fatigue,
infrequent menstrual period, infertility
because not ovulating, ovarian cysts, type 2 diabetes,
high blood pressure, increased weight
(even on a low-cal diet), morning headaches that wear off
as the day progresses, depression, constipation, extreme cold sensitivity, poor
circulation, hair loss and more.
About one out of every ten women of
childbearing age has PCOS.Poly Cystic
Ovary Syndrome is the most common cause of infertility.
Nutritional support for PCOS/Insulin
Resistance/Metabolic Syndrome (aka Syndrome X) is carried at MyVits. I recommend the following:
Complete Clearvite Program followed by reintroduction of foods to locate food sensitivities.
Fact: When a man reaches Andropause, it is usual for a doctor to recommend testosterone replacement therapy.
In considering testosterone replacement, you must consider if it is better to aid the function of the body than replace it with synthetic hormones.
Q: What should I be
aware of before I start testosterone therapy?
A: Before considering testosterone therapy, you should do
an Expanded Male Hormone Profile to make sure you do not have:
Q: Why is it that when I tried testosterone therapy, it worked for a while, then I crashed?
A: One cause for low testosterone is low LH. This in turn is
caused by pituitary dysfunction. The
primary pituitary dysfunction is secondary hypogonadism. If testosterone treatment is administered
under these conditions, it may lead to temporary improvement, followed by an
increase in low testosterone symptoms.
Recommendation: In Men
Opticrine is not only is used to support low LH, but may be useful in supporting release of testosterone.
Pituitary output of LH
Stimulate Leydig Cells of the Testis
Q: I'm not responding to testosterone therapy. What's wrong?
A: Anytime a man does not respond to assistance in raising his
testosterone, and he has high LH, testing for elevation of antibodies against
testosterone should be considered.
I recommend the following supplements:
These 2 supplements above contain the best vitamins for immune support:
Cortisol/ Hippocampus Vicious
Hippocampus Cell Destruction
The Hippocampus (involved with Memory) breaks down after too much Cortisol. Cortisol is an Adrenal
Hormone made when we are hungry or stressed.
Abnormal Hormone Function:
CRH and ACTH are brain hormones that control Cortisol production. Lowering Cortisol is the Key to unlock many chronic
Best Measured with an Adrenal Stress Index. Support with
can help break the above cycle over time.