Biote Hormone Replacement Therapy: How it Can Help You
If you’re like most women, you probably don’t think about your hormones all that much. But if your hormones are out of balance, it can lead to a whole host of problems, from infertility and PMS to weight gain and breast cancer. Luckily, there’s a new hormone therapy that can help rebalance your hormones and improve your health: BioTE. Keep reading to learn more about bioTE and how it could benefit you.
1. What bioTE is and what it does
BioTE is a form of bio-identical hormone replacement pellet therapy that uses natural hormones to correct imbalances. Unlike traditional hormone replacement therapies, which use synthetic hormones, bioTE uses hormones that are identical to those produced by your body such as testosterone or estrogen. This minimizes the risk of negative side effects and helps ensure that your body gets the exact nutrients it needs. The pellets are small capsules (about the size of a grain of rice) that contain the bio-identical hormones . These natural ingredients can be delivered directly to your blood stream and help you feel better in minutes!
BioTE is effective at treating many hormone imbalance related symptoms in women including:
- Night sweats*
- Hot flashes or flushes*
- Decreased sex drive*
- Weight gain*
- Trouble sleeping*
- Mood swings*
- Low mood*
- Discomfort during intercourse*
as well as hormone imbalance and low testosterone symptoms in men including:
- Low sex drive*
- Loss of muscle mass*
- Increased body fat (especially in the waist area)*
- Decreased bone mass*
- Mood changes*
- Low mood*
- Brain fog*
- Elevated blood sugar*
- High cholesterol*
2. The benefits of bioTE
The thyroid gland is a small organ in the neck that produces hormones to control how fast your body grows and feels tired. If this delicate system becomes damaged, symptoms such as anxiety or hyperactivity can occur along with weight gain from increased production of sex hormones (estrogen). BioTE’s Method may help relieve these uncomfortable signs by restoring balance through natural unsupplemented doses.
Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT may be able to rebalance your hormones that are reduced during menopause. BioTE’s approach for women only uses compounds similar in structure and mode-of operation as those found naturally by humans which can help relieve symptoms associated with this natural process of aging.
BioTE’s Method offers an alternative solution for patients struggling against metabolic syndrome symptoms such as excessive cortisol production which leads to excessive weight gain.
BioTE Certified Providers can help you gain valuable insights on current testosterone levels. Patients who are a candidate for hormone optimization may take advantage of bio-identical pellets using customized methods based their specific health concerns, including loss in muscle mass and strength.
Military service members who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may benefit greatly by using bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, according to research being conducted at bioTE. The study will analyze how these patients respond over time and if there are any side effects associated with this treatment option.*
3. Where to find bioTE supplements
bioTE has been providing hormone replacement therapy for over 10 years with phenomenal results, and New Leaf Spa and Laser is a proud provider. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms we’ve talked about, or simply want to feel better in your own skin, give us a call for a free consultation. Our team will work with you to find the best treatment plan tailored specifically for your needs and goals. Thanks for reading!
Give us a call today to schedule your FREE consultation and to receive $50 off your first bioTE pellet treatment:
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