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VitSup
Let’s Talk About Vitamins And Supplements. Honestly, one of the main questions I get asked is, “What vitamin do you recommend?” And my answer might floor you… I don’t. I am not a huge fan of vitamins, as I think it is important to get our micronutrients from whole…
HeartHealth
Let’s be honest, historically, women have not been the top priority in research studies. There have been anecdotal stories about how women transition into menopause passed down from generation to generation.  It is only within the last 20 to 30 years that women have become a priority in clinical…
Woman discussing hormone replacement therapy with her doctor.
If you’re feeling frustrated trying to find relief from your menopausal symptoms,  you’re certainly not alone.  Despite the discomfort experienced throughout their menopausal journey, and the readily available safe and efficacious therapeutic options that could improve quality of life and possibly prevent a number of chronic illnesses, only a…
PCOS-D
If you are one the millions of American women living with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), going through menopause can feel like you are doing “double duty” with bothersome symptoms. Are things like weight gain, trouble sleeping, and mood swings coming from PCOS or perimenopause/menopause? The answer is: maybe both….
Light blue background with an assortment of herbs, plants and anti-inflammatory supplements in bottles, powders, capsules and pills with the Galveston Diet logo in the bottom corner.
As a Board Certified OBGYN trained in Culinary Medicine, I believe in the power of nutrition to combat inflammation. At the Galveston Diet we believe in food first. Supplements can be vital for your health when there is a deficiency due to lifestyle, health conditions, and the modern western…
parfait
Put Food to Work for You  Better nutrition can improve menopause symptoms. It may seem simple, but what you put in your mouth really does have a profound impact on your health. Food choices can either help or hinder the processes in your body, especially for women in midlife….
ABC's of HRT therapy
Hormone Therapy – What types are available? How often do you take it? How much do you need? Dr. Haver outlines the FDA-approved options. Hormone therapy is not one-size-fits-all. Many options exist, allowing physicians to prescribe different types and doses to meet a woman’s specific needs and overall health…
Testosterone
What is Testosterone?  Testosterone is a vital hormone that all humans have at varying levels.  As women, we often do not think about testosterone or consider that it is necessary and just as important as estrogen for health and vitality. Testosterone is produced in our bodies along with estrogen…

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