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Women’s Hormonal Health Across the Lifespan

Part 3 of 4-part series with Joel Evans, MD

In this podcast, part 3 of a 4-part series, Joel Evans, MD unravels the complicated interactions of hormones and their role within various stages of a woman’s life. Dr. Evans explains how hormones impact many symptoms and disease processes that women frequently experience including cystic and adolescent acne, PMS and menstrual irregularities, autoimmune disease, thyroid health, and the risk of certain types of cancers. Dr. Evans finishes up his discussion with a look into the various methods available for approaching hormonal imbalances including multiple nutritional interventions and his organized hierarchy of approach which he uses in his own clinical practice.

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Joel Evans, MD is the Director of The Center for Functional Medicine in Stamford, CT, a member of the core faculty of both The Center for Mind/Body Medicine and The Institute for Functional Medicine, and formerly an assistant clinical professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women’s Health at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a nationally recognized wellness expert, educator, author, and physician specializing in nutrition, functional medicine, mind/body medicine, and spirituality. Having pursued studies in spirituality, metaphysics, and personal transformation for many years, Dr. Evans has recently created a core curriculum designed to share ancient spiritual wisdom with others in order to help bring health and happiness into their lives.

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