This is the third episode Dr. Alex Jimenez brings to you where Joel Evans, MD talks about the complex role hormones play in our overall physiology and shows us a model that can be used as a framework for evaluating and treating hormonal dysfunction.
Evans describes how the HPATG axis can affect and be affected by all the clinical nodes in the matrix model, he also shows us how can we identify how psychosocial stress, inflammation, toxins, nutritional insufficiencies, dysglycemia, and other ATMs may contribute to hormonal imbalances and symptoms by using a steroidogenic pathway as a guide. Evans also introduces the general treatment strategy for hormone dysfunction that focuses on Production, Transport, Sensitivity, and Detoxification (PTSD). –
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