Progress Your Health Podcast

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Do you feel like a hot hormonal mess ? You are not alone. Many of us are told we are healthy but don t feel great. You feel tired, your sex drive has disappeared and you are frustrated with your weight, despite a healthy diet and exercise. At night you are exhausted, but your sleep quality is poor from waking up throughout the night. Needless to say, you re irritable and your patience is short, which makes you feel guilty for overreacting. It is not your fault! These are all signs of hormone-imbalances. Our hormones can affect our mood, weight, energy, sleep, libido, memory, hair, skin and even promote disease if they are out of balance. Dr. Robert Maki and Dr. Valorie Davidson are Naturopathic Physicians and graduates of Bastyr University. They specialize in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), Functional Medicine and are the co-hosts of The Progress Your Health Podcast. This podcast is intended to educate listeners about hormonal conditions, such as hypothyroid, Hashimoto s, adrenal fatigue, PMS, PCOS, perimenopause, menopause and low testosterone to name a few. The Progress Your Health Podcast will focus on cutting edge information and therapies to help you lose weight, balance hormones and age gracefully. It is Dr. Maki and Dr. Davidson s mission to motivate, educate and empower you to take your health to the next level.

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http://progressyourhealth.com
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Do you feel like a “hot hormonal mess”? You are not alone. Many of us are told we are healthy but don’t feel great. You feel tired, your sex drive has disappeared and you are frustrated with your weight, despite a healthy diet and exercise. At night you are exhausted, but your sleep quality is poor from waking up throughout the night. Needless to say, you’re irritable and your patience is short, which makes you feel guilty for overreacting. It is not your fault! These are all signs of hormone-imbalances. Our hormones can affect our mood, weight, energy, sleep, libido, memory, hair, skin and even promote disease if they are out of balance. Dr. Robert Maki and Dr. Valorie Davidson are Naturopathic Physicians and graduates of Bastyr University. They specialize in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), Functional Medicine and are the co-hosts of The Progress Your Health Podcast. This podcast is intended to educate listeners about hormonal conditions, such as hypothyroid, Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue, PMS, PCOS, perimenopause, menopause and low testosterone to name a few. The Progress Your Health Podcast will focus on cutting edge information and therapies to help you lose weight, balance hormones and age gracefully. It is Dr. Maki and Dr. Davidson’s mission to motivate, educate and empower you to take your health to the next level.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-04-13 00:27
last episode published
2017-04-13 00:27
publication frequency
8.23 days
Contributors
Dr Robert Maki and Dr Valorie Davidson author  
Robert Maki owner  
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Number of Episodes
10
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Education Science & Medicine Health Training Medicine Alternative Health

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
13.04.2017

What is Leptin Resistance?| PYHP 013

What is Leptin Resistance? The body has an elaborate hormonal mechanism to regulate appetite and hunger. One of the major hormones is leptin, which is a satiety hormone produced by our fat cells in response to a meal. Once released, leptin signals ...
Dr. Maki author
29.03.2017

What Does Cortisol Do?| PYHP 012

Generally speaking, hormones control how the body either loses or gains weight. Stress has a major effect on hormones, which also contributes to weight gain. Thus, cortisol, which is often referred to as the ‘stress hormone,’ plays a major role in this...
Dr. Maki author
15.03.2017

How Does the Body Balance Blood Sugar?| PYHP 011

The body spends a great deal of energy to balance blood sugar with a very specific hormonal mechanism. The two main hormones are insulin and glucagon. Insulin an incredibly important hormone in our bodies. It is released in response to glucose in the ...
Dr. Maki author
1.03.2017

Familial Adenomatous Polyposis– A Genetic Miracle Case Study| PYHP 010

Familial Adenomatous Polyposis Familial Adenomatous Polyposis, which is abbreviated to FAP, is a genetic condition resulting in a mutation to the Adenomatous Polyposis Coli (APC) gene. The APC is a tumor suppressor gene located on the 5th chromosome. M...
Dr. Maki author
15.02.2017

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women| PYHP 009

For women, testosterone is not a reproductive hormone. Obviously, estrogen and progesterone are the main reproductive hormones. Testosterone is an androgen produced by the ovaries, adrenal glands and peripheral tissues. However, testosterone acts as...
Dr. Maki author
8.02.2017

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men| PYHP 008

Over the past few years, testosterone has become very popular. There have been countless ads for prescriptions, herbal products and clinics all over TV and the internet. This begs the question, does testosterone really live up to all the hype? Is te...
Dr. Maki author
31.01.2017

Appetite Control Using Amino Acid Therapy| PYHP 007

One of the big challenges when trying to lose weight is our brain. We may experience an exaggerated appetite or cravings, which can sabotage any weight loss goal. Most weight loss programs are focused on caloric restriction and providing medications, ...
Dr. Maki author
30.01.2017

What is Intermittent Fasting?| PYHP 006

Up until fairly recently, a popular dietary approach for weight loss was to consume several small frequent meals throughout the day. The rationale behind this strategy is that eating every 2-3 hours would increase metabolism and the pounds would drop ...
Dr. Maki author
29.01.2017

Weight Loss is a Hormone Problem| PYHP 005

Why do we have so much trouble losing weight and keeping the weight off over time? This is an important question that millions of people are struggling with everyday. For decades, doctors, fitness professionals and even the government have promoted ...
Dr. Maki author
28.01.2017

Why Do I Have PMS?| PYHP 004

A very common and obvious indication of a hormone imbalance is Premenstrual Syndrome. PMS is not actually a disease, but instead a collection of several physical and emotional type of symptoms that a woman can experience prior to the start of her peri...
Dr. Maki author