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Webinar: Estrogen - Why Women Love it & How to Keep it Longer: The Nutritional Approach to Prolonging Ovarian Function, October 28, 2020

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Estrogen - Why Women Love it & How to Keep it Longer: The Nutritional Approach to Prolonging Ovarian Function
Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Estrogen is truly the master of metabolic homeostasis – the hormone connecting all aspects of female health with reproductive success. Ovarian health is critical not only for fertility optimization, but also for maximizing the health of the entire female body, primarily through its production of estradiol. The inevitable onset of ovarian senescence heralds the development of the conditions associated with aging: osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, dementia, insomnia, breast and colon cancers, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The longer one’s ovaries are viable, the longer a woman can maximize her potential to enjoy excellent health. The best ways to support a long lifespan for the ovaries are to reduce exposures to toxicants, such as Bisphenol A, and to nourish the ovaries with large quantities of polyphenols and antioxidants. This presentation will review the little-known functions of estrogen and explore natural approaches to enhancing ovarian longevity.

Key highlights:
  • Understand the myriad functions served by estrogen in the female body, encompassing all organ systems
  • Recognize the foundational connections between the health of the female body and reproductive success, and the critical role played by estradiol as the link joining them into one healthy female body
  • Acquire protocols to prolong ovarian health and function, utilizing natural approaches to lower toxic load and increase antioxidant levels in the ovaries
  • Acquire the skills to recognize and support evolving ovarian senescence, with nutrition and detoxification approaches

A .pdf file will be emailed prior to the live webinar.