Do Not Miss Out On Optimized Health and Immunity - Know Your Number

Don’t know your essential hormone levels?

You should for optimum health and immunity.

Low essential hormone levels affect men and women of all ages. For the past 5 decades, clinical studies have dramatically increased our scientific knowledge of how and why it is that humans become ill and biologically age. By restoring your essential hormone levels to their optimum levels, we cannot only stop these negative consequences, but actually reverse them.

Don’t want to check all your essential hormones? Start with your testosterone level for only $9.   (Yes, women need testosterone as much as men)
 

Testosterone Affects Men and Women

Low Testosterone affects men, and women, typically starting in “middle-age” or earlier. You do not have to suffer from low libido, decreased energy or inability to lose fat and build muscle.

Traditionally it was thought that age-related testosterone and other essential hormone deficiencies were just a natural part of the aging process – and they are! The medical community has offered little by way of alternatives to those experiencing an age-related decrease of these hormones. As we age, our production of hormones can drop significantly, and, once the hormone levels dip beneath specific thresholds, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (bHRT) can assist in optimizing your quality of life.

New Research

New research has found that essential hormonal deficiencies – of testosterone, estrogen, DHEA, pregnenolone, progesterone, thyroid, growth hormone and cortisol - in people of any age should be treated as any other health abnormality. So rather than hormone deficiency being considered accepted as simply another part of the aging process, it is now something which can be countered, leading to increased energy, improved libido (sex drive), fat loss, a better functioning immune system, an improved sense of well-being, and optimal quality of life.

Call Now 310-452-3206 to Schedule Your Free VIP Consultation and our $9 Testosterone Blood Test. Yes, Women need testosterone too!
 

Long-Lasting Effects

Hormone deficiency can have long-lasting negative results. These can manifest themselves in the physical signs and characteristics that we attribute to aging: decreased or absent libido, difficulty losing fat and increasing muscle despite proper exercise and nutrition, decreased energy, frequent infections because of lowered immunity, and wrinkles and sagging skin with a loss of skin elasticity.

However, while the physical impact of hormone deficiency can be upsetting, the impact of hormone deficiency on our mental health can likewise be huge. Decreased essential hormone levels can lead to:

  • Sleep disorders
  • Depression
  • Mental disorders
  • Decreased sociability
  • A mood that simply doesn’t allow you to enjoy life as you had before

Again, by restoring your essential hormone levels to their optimum levels, we cannot only stop these negative consequences, but actually reverse them.


 
Call Now 310-452-3206 to Schedule Your Free VIP Consultation and our $9 Testosterone Blood Test. Yes, Women need testosterone too!
 

Hormone Deficiency Can Be Reversed

While it may feel overwhelming to address these essential hormone deficiencies or to even know where to start, know that we are here for you.

We and the medical doctors here at Regenerative and Sports Medicine welcome your questions. Since hormones can affect everything from body temperature and immunity to sexual function and metabolism, working with experts at Regenerative and Sports Medicine that specialize in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy is essential. Click to arrange for your $9 testosterone (or other essential hormone testing for an additional fee) blood test, or, to instead schedule your FREE VIP consultation now, please click here.

No obligation. No commitment. No reason not to learn. Knowledge is power. Optimize your quality of life starting now.

Michael K. Bell
Chief Operating Officer
Regenerative & Sports Medicine

“Founded in Science, Proven in Practice.”

1 Men and women both create and thrive with all of the same hormones. The ratio of one to the other differs by gender with some hormones – e.g., testosterone versus estrogens - while with other hormones - e.g., thyroid and growth hormone - levels are the same for both genders.


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