Hormone resistance (hormones non-sexual)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Regulatory Hormones: are hormones that regulate and help maintain balance and rhythm of metabolism and physiology.

Overview

This discussion is limited to the regulatory hormones leptin, insulin, adrenaline, thyroid and glucagon.  For a discussion of sexual hormones, see menopause and hormones (sexual) in the Glossary by using links on this page.

Know, if you suffer from serious metabolic dysfunction (i.e. you have been diagnosed with some type of dis-ease), hormonal dysfunction is a big part of your story.

Regulatory hormones are critical for good health and normal function of body systems from digestion, blood sugar, cholesterol, heart rhythm, thyroid function, adrenal function, kidney function, how the brain and nervous system works and of course, the bladder and bowels.

All of the above listed conditions and disorders depend on the hormones leptin, insulin, adrenaline, thyroid and glucagon.  These hormones work in conjunction with each other and key vital organs to regulate energy production, growth, muscle formation, blood sugar maintenance and mental acuity.

Read Special Insights, Pre-DIabetes & Premature Aging by clicking hyperlink.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Click the following hyperlink for more details about leptin, insulin and adrenaline resistance and how it applies to individual health and longevity.

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