The Hormone-Diet Connection: Understanding the impact of foods on your hormonal balance

The Hormone-Diet Connection: Understanding the Impact of Foods on Your Hormonal Balance

Our hormonal health plays a crucial role in the overall well-being of our bodies. Everything from our mood to metabolism and reproductive health can be affected by our hormone levels. Interestingly, what we eat can have a significant impact on these hormone levels, and understanding this connection can help optimize our health.At the Florida Center…

Eating to End Inflammation Blog

Eating to End Inflammation: Understanding the Role of Genetics in Personalized Nutrition

Inflammation is a natural part of our body’s defense system, a response to injury or infection. However, chronic inflammation has been linked to various health issues such as heart disease, cancer, and autoimmune disorders1. Interestingly, there’s a crucial connection between what we eat, how it affects our bodies, and our unique genetic makeup.At the Florida…

The Truth About Semaglutide - America's New Favorite Weight Loss Drug

The Truth About Semaglutide – America’s New Favorite Weight Loss Drug

As a medical professional, it is my duty to inform and educate my patients about new treatments and medications available in the market. One such medication that has been making waves in the weight loss industry is Semaglutide. Semaglutide is a medication that was originally approved for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. However, in…

The Importance of Coaching to Achieving Wellness Goals

Wellness Coaching & How It Can Help in Achieving Your Goals

When it comes to achieving wellness goals, such as improving physical fitness, managing stress, or adopting a healthier diet, many people struggle to make progress on their own. Fortunately, there is a solution that can help: coaching. Professional coaching provides guidance, motivation, and accountability, which can make all the difference in reaching your wellness goals.…

Effects of Testosterone on Fat Distribution 2003

In epidemiological studies, serum total and free testosterone concentrations have been inversely correlated with intra-abdominal fat mass, risk of coronary artery disease, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Testosterone administration to middle-aged men is associated with decreased visceral fat and glucose concentrations and increased insulin sensitivity. Testosterone infusion increases coronary blood flow. Similarly, testosterone replacement retards…

Effect of Testosterone Treatment on Body Composition and Muscle Strength in Men Over 65 Years of Age 1999

Testosterone treatment was followed by a decrease of visceral fat mass. Insulin resistance decreased. Diastolic blood pressure and serum cholesterol decreased with testosterone treatment. Insulin sensitivity improved. Testosterone treatment … gives beneficial effects on well‐being and the cardiovascular and diabetes risk profile, results similar to those observed after hormonal replacement therapy in postmenopausal women. READ…