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Bioidentical Hormones 101 Paperback – September 8, 2011
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Jeffrey Dach has worked with bioidentical hormones for the past eight years. After a twenty-five year career as a board-certified radiologist, he started TrueMedMD, a clinic specializing in bioidentical hormones and natural thyroid. He lives in Hollywood, Florida with his wife and three children.
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In the simplest form, Dr. Dach describes the benefits of using real hormones - the ones commonly referred to as bioidentical. When needed, these are the only versions of hormones that make sense - unless you happen to buy into the stories foisted on all of us by the drug makers. Under no circumstance is a chemical better than a natural, bioidentical hormone.
This is a must have book for anyone who is interested in using hormone replacement and - especially - for every practitioner who will; be prescribing them.
He states that giving women anything other than what their bodies are crying for: ie real progesterone, estrogen etc does not work, including herbal and other approaches, which may be adjunctively useful but cannot approach what is needed and wanted by the female biology
And he says that giving women anti-depressants when their symptoms scream I need estrogen" is bad medicine.
Dr. Dach contradicts the statements such as "There isn't any research in bioidentical hormones." by providing a long list of references to the contrary. He further tops it off with his patient cases or his personal observations.
This book is for people who want to understand the concepts of helping the body operate as it was meant to operate or who want information to begin a dialogue with their practitioner and for practitioners who need the resources to validate their treatment plans.
The groundwork is already done.
You may find that this book is not one to sit down and read cover to cover (although it is very readable), but you will want to add it to your reference shelf to check when you want to get "just the facts" about hormones and about the industry around them.
Dr. Dach, is one wise doc!