8 Ways to Naturally Improve Diet and Hormones for Earth Day

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Why not let Earth Day, April 22 be the first day of the rest of your organic life with bioidentical hormones and diet? Since 1970, the Earth Day Network has sponsored events focusing on greening America, reducing our carbon footprint and making a daily effort to create positive changes in our environment. One of the simplest ways we can each make a difference is through establishing an organic diet, something BodyLogicMD bioidentical hormone therapy physicians prescribe to the men and women they serve.

Dr Alicia Stanton BodyLogicMD Physician and CMO

Earth Day is a great time to get more information about making healthy changes and learn about the direct connection between the quality of the food you eat and how well your body functions

Why not let Earth Day, April 22 be the first day of the rest of your organic life with bioidentical hormones and diet? Since 1970, the Earth Day Network has sponsored events focusing on greening America, reducing our carbon footprint and making a daily effort to create positive changes in our environment. One of the simplest ways we can each make a difference is through establishing an organic diet, something BodyLogicMD bioidentical hormone therapy physicians prescribe to the men and women they serve.

Faced with symptoms of perimenopause, menopause or andropause (the male menopause) - reduced energy, increased body fat, lower sex drive, irritability, mood swings and depression - men and women 35 and older may find relief through a customized program of bioidentical hormone therapy integrated with fitness and organic nutrition plans.

The commitment to eating a rainbow of fresh, organic foods offers many benefits, both personal and global that include:
1.    Increasing nutrient intake
2.    Decreasing the intake of synthetic chemicals and pesticides
3.    Supporting local organic farmers and sustainable farming
4.    Enjoying better, wholesome flavor
5.    Reducing health risks with higher antioxidant levels
6.    Protecting the environment from soil erosion and water contamination from pesticides
7.    Avoiding genetically engineered foods, preservatives, dyes, as well as synthetic hormones, antibiotics, and drugs in animal products
8.    Preserving species diversity through supporting organic practices that help safeguard the environment and protect habitats

If you are experiencing the symptoms above (often associated with perimenopause, menopause or andropause - the male menopause), ask your doctor about bioidentical hormone therapy, fitness and organic nutrition plans.

"Earth Day is a great time to get more information about making healthy changes and learn about the direct connection between the quality of the food you eat and how well your body functions," says Alicia Stanton, M.D., bioidentical hormone therapist and Chief Medical Officer with BodyLogicMD, a national network of highly trained, anti-aging physicians offering bioidentical hormone therapy integrated with fitness and nutrition programs. "At BodyLogicMD, it is our goal to help men and women who experience the symptoms of hormonal imbalance return to health through organic diets, exercise and natural bioidentical hormone therapy."

About BodyLogicMD
Founded in 2003, BodyLogicMD is a national network of highly trained, anti-aging physicians specializing in natural bioidentical hormone therapy integrated with fitness and nutrition serving men and women suffering from hormonal imbalance, menopause and andropause. Suzanne Somers' latest book, "Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones," features BodyLogicMD as an expert source. BodyLogicMD currently has 14 locations in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, New Hampshire, Ohio, Texas and Virginia with additional centers opening soon in California, Georgia and Minnesota.

For more information visit: http://www.BodyLogicMD.com.

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