BioBalance Healthcast Blog/Videos

Lowered Risk of Invasive Breast Cancer with Testosterone Implants

September 21, 2020
How can testosterone in pellet form can decrease the risk of breast cancer? One in eight women in North America are at risk of developing breast cancer during their lifetime. Research has shown that there are genetic factors as well[...]
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The Coronavirus Test May be Overly Sensitive

September 14, 2020
Discussing the Accuracy of the Coronavirus test We have only done one other Healthcast about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), concerning protecting yourself by optimizing your immune system recorded at the beginning of the pandemic. Ever since BioBalance Health®  has noted that[...]
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Men’s Hormones Testosterone and Estradiol: How Testosterone and Anastrozole Pellets Create the Healthiest Hormone Environment in Men.

September 7, 2020
How Important is it to use Testosterone and Anastrozole in pellet form when treating men? This week we are looking at the concept of homeostasis. The question is how we get our bodies (in particular our hormones) to balance properly[...]
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Reduced Breast Cancer Incidents in Women Treated with Subcutaneous Testosterone.

August 31, 2020
Subcutaneous testosterone pellet every three to four months can also prevent the recurrence of breast cancer. There are numerous delivery methods for testosterone replacement for women. These methods include oral, sublingual (under the tongue), vaginal tablets and pills, transdermal cream[...]
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What is the optimum blood level for Testosterone Pellets?

August 24, 2020
It is important to understand the level of testosterone you need to be healthy. It may not be what is published by the lab. Women have more testosterone in their blood than they do estradiol. Testosterone is or has been[...]
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Your Blood Type Determines Your Susceptibility to Different Infections

August 17, 2020
Your blood type controls what your immune system views as dangerous. We all have a blood type, either O, A, B or AB.  The original blood type was O, and it is the most common blood type in the world. [...]
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Dissociative Amnesia and Dissociative Fugue

August 10, 2020
A discussion of how a person can lose awareness of their identity. This week our focus in on something other than hormone replacement specifically. This topic is often more related to Counseling and Psychology. But it is real, and it[...]
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Men’s Testosterone Stimulation Now that HCG is Off the Market

August 3, 2020
Available options to stimulate the natural production of testosterone in men, without replacement. Our practice (BioBalance Health) is a hormone replacement practice that specializes in the replacement of hormones lost as the body ages. We focus our attention primarily on[...]
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Chronic Inflammation and How to Counteract it

July 27, 2020
One of the problems that develops chronic inflammation is the accumulation of heavy metals in the body like mercury. This week, we make the distinction between acute inflammation and chronic inflammation. A chronic condition is more enduring and long term.[...]
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Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde – The Characterizations of Inflammation in Modern Medicine

July 20, 2020
Inflammation can be both good and bad. What matters is that we recognize when it is a signal of an acute problem. Inflammation is considered the bad guy in the world of preventive medicine…the condition that causes damage to joints,[...]
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