Our hormones are responsible for the regulation of our metabolism, immune function, blood pressure, sugar levels, body temp, as well as regrowth and repair of damaged tissue. Each of us has about 60 trillion cells which must communicate with each other in order to carry out their intended functions. Hormones are the chemical messengers which transfer this information between our cells.
However, our hormones must work in harmony with each other, and thus can only accomplish their tasks when in proper proportion with each other. When these relative levels are correct, the body responds with peak performance. But when balance is lost, a hormone deficiency or excess can cause a host of mental and physiological symptoms and can develop into full-blown disease.
Among our most important hormones are:
- Testosterone in Men
- Testosterone in Women
- Human Growth Hormone
- DHEA (5-Dehydroepiandrosterone)
Hear The Biggest Loser’s Jillian Michaels Interview BioIdentical Hormone Specialist Dan Holtz:
Meet BHRC’s Dan Holtz
Determined to provide better anti-aging care than yet available in Southern California, Dan Holtz founded BHRC in 2005. Learn More
I noticed a positive change within three days, and within six weeks, I got my body back. Iím now a 40-year-old woman who feels like she did when she was 20.”