Gunther Mueller

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy


This article will discuss:

  • How to take hormone therapy!
  • Where pellet therapy came from!
  • Who is qualified to give hormone therapy!

You’ve got to get your lab work done. You’ve got to get a baseline to see where you’re at and then you have to use the right kind of hormone. There’s a number of ways to do that. We call it the route; you can do it orally; you can do it with something called patches (designed for the hormone to absorb through the skin); you can do it with creams and gels. A lot of people are using those and they are getting some symptom relief and they are feeling a little bit better. But, what they are not getting with those forms of hormone replacement therapy is the unseen benefit of heart, brain, bone and breast protection. This is proven in the medical literature.

What hormone therapy method are you currently using or want to use? Leave us a brief comment below! We’re interested!

The modality that I am most excited about is something called pellet therapy, invented in 1939; it’s extensively used in Europe and Australia and not so much known about in the United States.

We live under a very strong pharmaceutical patented drug culture here in the USA. The reason the big drug companies are not excited about pellet therapy is because they can’t patent it and the reason they can’t patent it is because you cannot patent anything that is in nature. That’s why you don’t see commercials on TV every night telling you to ask your doctor if pellet therapy is right for you and that’s why I am out here talking to people and educating them. There is such a thing called pellet therapy and when it’s dosed properly by a professional it’s extremely beneficial.

Finding the right practitioner that has taken the time and that has the passion to understand hormone balance and how hormones affect the root cause of the symptoms that people are suffering from is so important. The symptoms of menopause in women can show up 10 to 15 years before women cross that bridge. You don’t have to wait until you are 50 years old to get your hormones checked. No good reason to spend years of your life being miserable.

Men experience it a lot slower. After about age 30, men are losing testosterone. Men are very simple; it’s usually a testosterone deficiency in men. After about age 30 to about age 70, they lose maybe 3% to 5% of their testosterone production every year. It’s related to diet, lifestyle, exercise, and environmental factors. This is going to have its effects, and not understanding the connection between hormone balance and feeling good is where the fundamental problem is.

A doctor can spend many years in medical school and not be properly taught how to optimize a person’s hormone balance and not even make the connection between the symptoms that they are suffering with and their hormonal imbalance.

Are you considering hormone treatment because of an unresolved issue or new issue? Drop a note below! Don’t skip out on us!

Balancing people’s hormones takes extra training and passion on the part of the physician.  It is the rare physician these days that actually seeks out other additional medical training to thoroughly  understand the relationship between many of our common symptoms and our hormonal balance. If you’re having trouble losing weight, they will put you on a diet pill. You can’t sleep at night? They’re going to put you on some sleeping aid. This strategy only treats that symptom with a drug; it doesn’t prevent or help it actually get any better.

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