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What do a pre-pubescent child and a post menopausal woman have in common?

Something that has shown up a lot over the years, among my patients – regardless of whether they are 11 years old or 81 years old, male or female, is endocrine dysfunction.

So what, you ask?

A few symptoms that fall into this category –

  • Mood swings
  • Abdominal inflammation
  • Porous bones
  • Weight issues
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Endometriosis
  • Irregular periods
  • Violent tendencies
  • Sensitive emotional tendencies
  • Lack of fight or flight response
  • Depression
  • Stunted growth or development
  • Precocious puberty (too early)
  • Fibroids
  • Hair loss
  • Excessive hair (hirsuitism)
  • Insomnia
  • Low energy
  • Reproductive-related cancers

– I recently examined a number of patients – unrelated, different age groups and backgrounds. Every single one of them had hormonal/endocrine disruption. So, what are some of the causes of poor endocrine health?

  • Use of contraceptives prior to pregnancy
  • High intake of chicken meat
  • Use of petrochemicals in personal care (vaseline, shampoo, conditioner, etc)
  • Use of œstrogen mimickers (perfumes, etc)
  • Use of endocrine disrupting medications (steroids, etc)
  • GMO (genetically modified foods such as corn)
  • Low nutrient diets

The domino effect that leads to this (even at an early age) is insidious – you usually cannot see it and have no fore-warning. Some stunted growth children show early signs but are rarely detected. In truth, our œstrogen levels are adequate but many medications increase them – this in turn suppresses progesterone, testosterone and all endocrine glands throughout the body.

It is rare to see someone with thyroid issues that doesn’t also have ovarian, adrenal, thymus, pineal or even lymphatic issues – but these are also rarely seen as having anything to do with each other.

In a perfect world every single person would avoid œstrogen mimickers, chicken consumption, steroids, petrochemicals and so on – but we don’t so what is the next best thing?

A natural endocrine tonic such as Progesterone Cream. There is no animal product in this transdermal cream – it absorbs via the dermal layers and gently rebalances the endocrine system by raising the progesterone, then the testosterone, while rebalancing the œstrogen – usually suppressing it to where its perfect balance can be found.

In turn, it will ‘back up’ throughout the endocrine system, and gently rebalance any existing irregularities. I have used dozens of different similar creams during my career – both professionally and personally, and nothing brings the same results as this one.

As with anything though, there is no easy fix – it must be a concerted effort for it to be permanent. For this reason, removing toxic compounds from your household is a must. They throw a spanner into the delicate balance that is your health, growth and aging.

It’s interesting to see before and after effects and test results just making these small changes. From the age of 11 or 12, using this cream should be part of every healthy program – and continued use for the rest of your life will ensure that you don’t just wither away but increase and maintain bone density, energy and youthfulness.

So, what are the benefits of using Intensified Progesterone cream?

Inflammatory pain

Cramp pain


Period pain

Improves digestion

Liver tonic

Circulatory health

Blood sugar stabilising

Mood swings

Dry skin

Premature aging

Irregular cycle

Infertility (male and female)

Hypo- of any glands


Depressed states

Low energy

Regulates sleep patterns

Calming of emotions and organs

Sadly, for too many adults, they stopped growing and developing when the hormone balance tried to kick in. Yet with the right care, it will be just the beginning.
















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