What are the signs and symptoms to look for that indicate your hormones are unbalanced? How do your hormones and glandular function affect your gut? And how can you get treatment?
Audio Length: 1 hour
Transcript Length: 29 pages
In this podcast we get into the very important signs and signals that show that your hormones are unbalanced and how this can affect your existing illness.
We also talk about effective testing methods and diagnostic procedures. Dr. Ellis gives detailed instructions for supplements and nutrients you need to take to support your adrenal gland - which is primarily affected by immunosuppressant drugs. Don't miss this one!
ABOUT DR. WENDY ELLIS:
Dr. Wendy Ellis is a Naturopathic Doctor, who also has a degree in medical biology, and she has also apprenticed and continues to work with medical doctor Jonathan V. Wright – an integrative physician who is very prolific and recently made even more so when Suzanne Somers wrote about him in her latest book.
Before she joined Dr. Wright at the Tahoma Clinic, Dr. Ellis practiced medicine in Nicaragua, serving as primary care physician for a rural community on the island of Ometepe and focusing on women’s health, pediatrics, and parasitosis. Dr. Ellis also practiced medicine in Haiti, where she worked extensively with HIV and tuberculosis programs.
Dr. Wendy Ellis now serves as focal doctor for Dr. Wright’s well-known bio-identical hormone therapy for women and sees conditions ranging from mineral deficiency, thyroid imbalance, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, detox, allergies, and various other health concerns. Dr. Ellis’s background in midwifery and fertility management compliments her practice at Tahoma Clinic.
If you want to get in contact with Dr. Ellis, you can reach her at www.TahomaClinicNorthSeattle.com
Or search for a doctor in your area at:www.acam.org