FREE COMPUTERIZED HEALTH SCAN-11/8

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY IS NOVEMBER 8TH GET YOUR FREE NUTRITION/HEALTH SCAN AT ROSENFELD WELLNESS CENTER How do you know which supplements you need? √   I watch Dr. Oz √   I heard a commercial on the radio √   Most of my friends are taking them and they have similar issues √   I buy them at the drug store, based on things I read √   I know someone who sells supplements √   I don’t take any supplements, it’s too confusing √   I don’t need any, there was a recent news story and they said supplements are a scam √  I had a ZYTO Biocommunication Scan Benefits: Gives insight into your health ● Saves you money Increases your energy ● Tracks your health Peace of mind about your health *A simple and painless process. Your hand is placed on a ZYTO hand cradle while a scan is run. Your body naturally responds while subtle energetic impulses are introduced to your body through multiple input channels. Regular ZYTO scanning provides you and your health practitioner with up-to-date biocommunication information as your body and health needs change. Heath practitioners use ZYTO to identify your biological preference for nutrition. ZYTO is not used to diagnose or treat any conditions. Wednesday, November 8th 2017 1:00- 6:00 PM Call today to schedule your Health Scan: Cost? $25 to be used towards products or certain services 949.380.7215 Iris Rosenfeld, D.C. Rosenfeld Wellness Center 25255 Cabot Rd., Suite 110 Laguna Hills, 92653...

Do Men REALLY Go Through MENOPAUSE?

Do Men REALLY go through MENOPAUSE? Are you enjoying your life? Complete the attached Men’s Symptom Review at the bottom and send it to our office. We will evaluate it for FREE. What is Aging Male Syndrome? This syndrome that occurs to men between the approximate ages of 35 and 65 is a collection of symptoms that occur due to a decline in production of testosterone in a man’s body. Low testosterone levels in males are often associated with symptoms of aging and are referred to as andropause or male menopause. Testosterone is an important anabolic hormone in men, as it plays important roles in maintaining both physical and mental health. The decline of testosterone is normal in healthy males as they age. However, when hormone levels drop, some of the commonly exhibited symptoms include: Weight gain Difficulty sleeping Loss of sex drive/Erection problems Difficulties with memory/concentration Feeling irritable/angry/nervousness Loss of motivation Lower self confidence Tiredness/Loss of Energy Muscle Loss/Bone Density decreases Depression/Mood swings Increased Urination Hair Loss As testosterone levels decrease, so does high density lipoproteins with an increase in triglycerides. The visceral fat cells are the most insulin resistant cells in the human body. They have excess hormone binding receptors for cortisol and androgens and decreased receptors for insulin. The cortisol and insulin levels rise while progesterone, growth hormone and testosterone decline. The visceral fat cell with its increased receptors, blood supply and innervations, begins to collect more fat in the form of triglycerides. If this is not interrupted with natural hormone balancing, it will lead to abdominal obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol, which is known as...

Low Energy? Stressed? When Saliva vs Serum Hormone Testing?

Low Energy? Stressed? When Saliva vs Serum Hormone Testing? If you have symptoms involving: fatigue, insomnia, stress, frequent illness, PMS, hot flashes, blood sugar, and weight, you may want to consider having your cortisol levels as well as hormones tested. Men and women over the age of forty may want to do a baseline test. Frequently imbalances will be detectable for a time period before symptoms gain attention. Difference Between Saliva & Serum Hormone Testing? Saliva testing is an EASY and a NONINVASIVE way of assessing one’s hormone status and is proving to be the most reliable medium for measuring hormone levels. The difference between steroid hormones in saliva and serum is based on whether or not the hormones are bound to proteins in the medium used for testing. The majority of hormones exist in one of two forms: FREE (5%) or PROTEIN BOUND (95%). It is only the FREE hormones that are biologically active, or BIO-AVAILABLE, and available for delivery to receptors in the body. Those which are protein bound do not fit those receptors and are considered not bio-available. When blood is filtered through the salivary glands, the BOUND HORMONE COMPONENTS ARE TOO LARGE to pass through the cell membranes. Only the UNBOUND hormones pass through and into the saliva. What is measured in the saliva is the BIO-AVAILABLE hormone, the clinically relevant portion which will be delivered to the receptors in the tissues of the body. SALIVARY HORMONE levels are expected to be much lower than serum levels, as only the UNBOUND hormones are being measured. When your doctor measures serum hormone levels and prescribes hormone...

As a Male..Are You Healthy Enough to Enjoy Everything that Life Has to Offer?

  As a male.. Are you healthy enough to enjoy everything that life has to offer? Complete the attached Men’s Symptom Review at the bottom and send it to our office. We will evaluate it for FREE. What is Aging Male Syndrome?  This syndrome that occurs to men between the approximate ages of 35 and 65 is a collection of symptoms that occur due to a decline in production of testosterone in a man’s body. Low testosterone levels in males are often associated with symptoms of aging and are referred to as andropause or male menopause. Testosterone is an important anabolic hormone in men, as it plays important roles in maintaining both physical and mental health. The decline of testosterone is normal in healthy males as they age.  However, when hormone levels drop, some of the commonly exhibited symptoms include: Weight gain Difficulty sleeping Loss of sex drive/Erection problems Difficulties with memory/concentration Feeling irritable/angry/nervousness Loss of motivation Lower self confidence Tiredness/Loss of Energy Muscle Loss/Bone Density decreases Depression/Mood swings Increased Urination Hair Loss As testosterone levels decrease, so does high density lipoproteins with an increase in triglycerides. The visceral fat cells are the most insulin resistant cells in the human body.  They have excess hormone binding receptors for cortisol and androgens and decreased receptors for insulin.  The cortisol and insulin levels rise while progesterone, growth hormone and testosterone decline.  The visceral fat cell with its increased receptors, blood supply and innervations, begins to collect more fat in the form of triglycerides.  If this is not interrupted with natural hormone balancing, it will lead to abdominal obesity, diabetes and high...

Know the Difference Between Saliva & Serum Hormone Tests

  Know  the Difference Between Saliva & Serum Hormone Tests SALIVA VS SERUM HORMONE TEST? SHOULD YOU BE TESTED??? If you are concerned with decreasing hormone levels as a result of age you should be tested. You’re experiencing PMS symptoms, in peri or post-menopause or wishing to monitor your hormone levels following replacement therapy (oral, sublingual or topical) you should be tested. You have symptoms involving: fatigue, insomnia, stress, frequent illness, blood sugar, and weight, you should be tested for cortisol levels as well as “sex” hormones. Men and women over the age of forty may want to do a baseline test. Frequently imbalances will be detectable for a time period before symptoms gain attention. WHAT HORMONES NEED TESTING?? The major sex hormones to assess are ESTRADIOL, PROGESTERONE and TESTOSTERONE. The main adrenal hormones are DHEA and CORTISOL. These 5 hormones will provide crucial information about deficiencies, excesses and daily patterns, which then result in a specifically tailored treatment approach. Below is a brief description of each of these five hormones: ESTROGEN: there are three forms made by the body: estrone, estradiol and estriol. The form used in hormone replacement therapies is estradiol, often in the form of concentrated pregnant mare’s urine (premarin). It is a proliferative (causes growth) hormone and is also a known cancer-causing hormone. However, it will treat menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia and memory-loss. If you choose to use a bio-identical formula, estriol is matched with estradiol (biest) to provide protective effects and additional estrogenic benefits. The other major protector in keeping estradiol from running amok is progesterone. PROGESTERONE is called the anti-estrogen because...

Saliva vs Serum Hormone Test?

 SALIVA VS SERUM HORMONE TEST?  SHOULD YOU BE TESTED??? If you are concerned with decreasing hormone levels as a result of age you should be tested.  You’re experiencing PMS symptoms, in peri or post-menopause or wishing to monitor your hormone levels following replacement therapy (oral, sublingual or topical) you should be tested. You have symptoms involving: fatigue, insomnia, stress, frequent illness, blood sugar, and weight, you should be tested for cortisol levels as well as “sex” hormones. Men and women over the age of forty may want to do a baseline test. Frequently imbalances will be detectable for a time period before symptoms gain attention. WHAT HORMONES NEED TESTING?? The major sex hormones to assess are ESTRDIOL, PROGESTERONE and TESTOSTERONE. The main adrenal hormones are DHEA and CORTISOL. These 5 hormones will provide crucial information about deficiencies, excesses and daily patterns, which then result in a specifically tailored treatment approach.  Below is a brief description of each of these five hormones: ESTROGEN: there are three forms made by the body: estrone, estradiol and estriol. The form used in hormone replacement therapies is estradiol, often in the form of concentrated pregnant mare’s urine (premarin). It is a proliferative (causes growth) hormone and is also a known cancer-causing hormone. However, it will treat menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia and memory-loss. If you choose to use a bio-identical formula, estriol is matched with estradiol (biest) to provide protective effects and additional estrogenic benefits. The other major protector in keeping estradiol from running amok is progesterone. PROGESTERONE is called the anti-estrogen because it balances estradiol’s proliferative effects. It is considered preventive for...

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