What should I supplement, if anything?

Discussion in 'Supplements, Pharmaceutical Drugs' started by Kelly, Jan 10, 2013.

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    Thanks kettlebell. I agree that too little estrogen is unlikely, and even if a person did have it, it could probably be treated with diet, lifestyle, maybe some thyroid. I'm just not convinced there's never a reason to take it.
     
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    I have read many of Dr. Peat's articles, but somehow missed the one called "Tissue-bound estrogen in aging". This cleared up a ton of my estrogen questions. It seems like one of his shorter articles but really packs a punch, wow.
     
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    Yep, Hes a smart guy! I find his articles a pleasure to read.
     
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    Have you ever wondered whether you have celiac disease?

    I was just wondering if your inability to gain weight could also be related to a gluten issue. How does your body react when you eat wheat-based foods?

    Just a thought. Mr Peat doesn't think we should eat gluten, period.
     
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