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Podcast - Stress on Thyroid

04/04/2016 - 1:59pm

Too much stress on the thyroid can manifest as a range of problems ~ from cold intolerance to depression.  Learn additional symptoms to look for and why the answer lies in addressing the adrenal and thyroid hormones together.  

Podcast - Stress on Adrenals

04/04/2016 - 1:23pm

We can't live one day without our Adrenal Glands, which makes Adrenal Burnout and Adrenal Fatigue important issues to address.  Learn which symptoms to look for ~ depression, fatigue after exercising, trouble waking ~ these are just a few.  

Podcast - Hormones for Men

04/04/2016 - 1:07pm

Men have just as many hormones as women, however the symptoms of hormonal balance are different.  And, balancing them doesn't just  involve giving testosterone.  Learn more about which symptoms to look out for and what can be done. 

Podcast - History and Controversy of Hormones

04/04/2016 - 12:56pm

Dr. Watts has been prescribing hormones for over 40 years.  Find out the history of hormones, the controversy of hormones, and where we are now!   

Podcast - Patient Robin shares her story with Bio-identical Hormone Balancing

03/24/2016 - 7:32am

Robin shares her story on how bio-identical hormone balancing at The Renewal Point has played a pivotal role in her feeling "the healthiest she has been in a long time".    

21st Century Breakthroughs in Integrative and Age Management Medicine

02/17/2016 - 12:35pm

21st Century Breakthroughs in Integrative and Age Management Medicine Often I am asked why I began the study of Age Management and Integrative Medicine. The truth is, initially it was out of self-preservation. Over fifteen years ago, I looked in the mirror, not liking what I saw: thinning hair, bulging tummy, and weight gain. I felt sluggish with low energy; my sexuality was in the dump. My doctor told me my blood pressure was up, my cholesterol was elevated, and if I didn’t change something I was heading for diabetes. My wife was worried. She also said I was becoming a curmudgeon. I was beyon...

Balancing Your Hormones to Beat Belly Fat

12/29/2015 - 10:46am

"Losing weight can be a challenge,” so says Deborah L. Oleynik, ND. While this sounds more like a fact of life than a profound statement, anyone who has ever tried the simple formula of exercise more/eat less and failed, needs to also understand the symphony of hormones that are involved in metabolism. These metabolic hormones make up a complex resonance in which the absence or over-abundance of just one can make or break the outcome. Some of the better known players included in this orchestra are: growth hormone, insulin, thyroid, cortisol, testosterone, estrogen and a lesser known hormone, L...

Podcast - Staying Healthy During the Holidays

11/19/2015 - 4:11pm

Helena Williams, ARNP, MSN describes our metabolic weight loss program and also gives tips for how to stay healthy through the holidays.  Learn about her 3/4 strategy to help enjoy your holiday favorites without going overboard!   

Sex and the Female Brain

10/28/2015 - 4:00pm

     "He wants sex.  She wants romance."  So says John Gray, PhD in 'Mars and Venus in the Bedroom'.  Sometimes it seems as if our partners are from different planets.  In the bedroom, it is obvious that men and women are different, but we may not realize just how different.  It is only through understanding and accepting our obvious and less obvious differences that we can achieve true intimacy and great sex.¹      It's no secret that boys and girls are different and it's not only our outside appearance.  Our brains are hugely differ...

Secrets of Living Longer

09/01/2015 - 3:22pm

"Everyone wants to live longer and science is starting to make that happen. But living better will be the real challenge and "opportunity". In Time Magazine's article on the science of aging well, Laura L. Carstensen explains: “We live in extraordinary times. And thanks to medical and scientific advances that even a generation ago would have sounded like science fiction, our lives are getting longer. An American born today has a projected average life span 20 full years longer than one born in 1925, and we are, as a society, growing old. For the first time in U.S. history, the number of people...

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