Ask The Blood Detective – Nutritional Endocrinology – 02.25.17

If you have an interest in hormones and your health you cannot miss this show by Dr. Michael Wald! Nutritional Endocrinology is a masterpiece of information and practical application of how to impact your hormones to age better. Dr. Wald will explore questions like – How do your foods impact your hormone levels? Which foods increase your longevity hormones and which foods increase your aging hormones? Are natural hormones really safe? What are adverse affects of synthetic hormones and can diet and nutritional supplements reduce pro-cancerous changes? How do I improve my thyroid, adrenal and pituitary hormones so that I feel better and achieve greater mental clarity, more energy and extend my quality of life? Dr. Michael Wald is director of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco in Westchester New York. He can be reached at: 914-242-8844/www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com/info@BloodDetective.com.


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