Review: Listening to Your Hormones is a very thorough guide on the hormonal changes that occur in women beginning at puberty and on through menopause. The author, Gillian Ford, explains the many problems associated with premenstrual syndrome, birth control pills, postpartum depression, perimenopause and menopause, hysterectomies, breast cancer, chronic fatigue, even multiple chemical sensitivities and how they relate to the hormone fluctuations in a womanÕs body during the different stages of life. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D., comments, “I encourage women of all ages to read Listening to Your Hormones. Then pass it on to your physicians, your daughters, and your friends. It may save you many dollars in fruitless therapies which are not directed to the underlying hormonal needs, and it certainly will help you find innovative ways of improving your quality of life.” This book is plainly one of the most informative books in the world of natural hormones, offering a multitude of opinions and expertise from the outstanding natural hormone physicians in the country and “real-life” testimonies from various women. The knowledge you will gain from this one book will empower you to take control of your health. You will then be able to apply this knowledge to your life and your unique symptoms.
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