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Do YOU Have Estrogen Dominance? Try Our Self-Assessment

One of the most common (yet severely underdiagnosed) types of hormone imbalance is “estrogen dominance.” Dr. Randolph and our clinical team firmly believe that estrogen dominance is an unrecognized epidemic in modern | Read more


How to Shape Up (& Keep Weight Off): Dr. Randolph Shares His Approach

Many patients come to us with symptoms of hormone imbalance that also include mid-section weight gain. Estrogen dominance [read more HERE] is a common hormone imbalance that affects both women and men | Read more


Why I Prescribe Bioidentical Hormones: Dr. Randolph Explains

Over the years, I have received many questions about bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). What is it? Is it safe? Why do it? I love talking to people about BHRT, because I | Read more


Why Is Progesterone So Important for Your Health & Vitality?

What is progesterone? Why is this hormone so important? For too long, estrogen has been considered the star of the show when it comes to female hormones. Estrogen is responsible | Read more


The Truth About Estrogen Dominance & Breast Cancer

Solid medical science and clinical studies have established that an underlying and untreated condition of “estrogen dominance” significantly increases your breast cancer risk: women who develop breast cancer have higher | Read more


Five Ways to Feel Younger Every Day: Dr. Randolph Shares His Approach

Do YOU want to feel younger every day? Who doesn’t? {Not talking to you, twenty-somethings!} If you are feeling fatigue, depression, low sex drive, weight gain, or any type of | Read more


Dr. Randolph’s Essential Supplements for Healthy Aging

When did you first experience the realization that you might be “getting a little older”? Was it when you were a new parent in your 30s, strugging with stress and | Read more


What’s the One Hormone Level That’s Low in Nearly Everyone?

Vitamin D is sometimes called the “sunshine vitamin,” but did you know that it is actually a hormone? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone that is produced in your | Read more


What Is Andropause? (Male Menopause)

Men are by no means immune to the downturn of hormone levels with age. In fact, the most potent force underlying mental and physical energy in men, the testosterone drive, | Read more


What Is Estrogen Dominance? (And How to Know If You Have It!)

One of the most common (yet severely underdiagnosed) types of hormone imbalance is “estrogen dominance.” Dr. Randolph and our clinical team firmly believe that estrogen dominance is an unrecognized epidemic | Read more


Balanced Hormones = Weight Loss (How to Go From Belly Fat…to Belly Flat!)

Spring is here! If you feel like “spring cleaning” and shaping up your body, it’s a great time to follow Dr. Randolph’s three step “Belly Flat” plan (described in From Belly | Read more


More Sleep Aids Weight Loss: Hormone Health for the Win (Again)!

The significant impact of lack of sleep on healthy body weight is not as well known as factors like diet and exercise. However, more and more studies are proving that | Read more


What Are “Pharmaceutical-Grade” Supplements?

You may have noticed the term “pharmaceutical-grade” used to describe the vitamins and supplements available at Dr. Randolph’s Pharmacy and Wellness Store. But what does it mean? Vitamins and supplements | Read more


Pump Up Your Heart Health with BHRT

Menopause impacts 25 million women world wide each year, and the World Health Organization estimates 1.2 billion women will be postmenopausal by 2030! You may have heard that after women enter | Read more


Dr. Randolph’s NEW Estriol Face Cream!

Dr. Randolph’s NEW prescription-only Estriol Face Cream consists of Estriol 0.3% , DMAE 3%, and Hyaluronic Acid 0.5% mixed in a cream base. Dr. Randolph, along with Compounding Pharmacist Will McGalliard, developed this combination of | Read more


Personal Hormone Tele-Consultations: Available NOW!

For women and men who are struggling with symptoms such as weight gain, irritability, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and low sex drive, our new Personal Hormone Profile Kits include hormone home-testing plus a telephone consultation | Read more


3 Ways Hormones Can Sabotage Weight Loss — And What To Do!

People think that losing weight is just a matter of following the classic approach: eat less + exercise more = lose weight. However, that equation doesn’t factor in the most | Read more


How Food Affects Hormone Balance: Leptin Resistance

Another hormone that is affected by the foods you eat is leptin, sometimes called the “satiety” hormone. The season of “giving” has just begun, so let’s give ourselves a reminder: | Read more


Eating for Better Hormone Health: What Is Insulin Resistance?

As the holiday season begins, let’s remember a simple truth: We are what we eat! Believe it or not, the holidays are a great time to think about healthy eating. | Read more


Supporting Brain Health with Supplements

You already know that estrogen dominance affects your energy, your waistline, and your libido, but what effect does it have on your brain? A variety of evidence suggests a link | Read more


Boost Your Immune System!

Cold and flu season is here — what can you do to boost your immune system and avoid getting sick? Always follow recommended cold and flu prevention habits, such as | Read more


What Is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)?

The term “bioidentical” means that the chemical structure of a hormone medicine is identical to the chemical structure of a hormone produced by the human body. Bioidentical hormones are derived | Read more


What No One Tells You About Estrogen

The word “estrogen” is really shorthand for a group of several different but related hormones that perform similar functions within the body: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), and Estriol (E3). Estrogen | Read more


The Hormone Story: Testosterone

What is testosterone? Testosterone is the best-known of a group of sex hormones called “androgens,” which also includes DHEA. We tend to think of testosterone as the “male hormone,” and indeed it | Read more


What is Progesterone? The Untold Story

What is progesterone? Why is this hormone so important? For too long, estrogen has been considered the star of the show when it comes to female hormones. Estrogen is responsible | Read more


Stress & Your Hormones

Adrenaline and cortisol are the two hormones that regulate the sympathetic nervous system and influence mood, energy, sleep, and mental functioning. The amount of each hormone the adrenal glands produce | Read more


10 Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Vitamin D

Vitamin D is sometimes called the “sunshine vitamin,” but did you know that it is actually a hormone? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone that is produced in your body | Read more


Supplements for “Better Bones”

Calcium & Magnesium Most women and men find it difficult to get needed calcium from their diet alone. As a rule, Dr. Randolph recommends supplementing calcium intake with a calcium-magnesium | Read more


5 Ways to Build Stronger Bones

Bone is living tissue with complex nutritional needs. This living tissue is also constantly being regenerated. Cells called “osteoclasts” break down the bone tissue, and the “osteoblast” cells build it | Read more


Too Much Sugar = Hormone Imbalance

Aging brings shifts in hormone production. But did you know that eating too much refined sugar (no matter your age) can create hormone problems as well? Insulin is an important | Read more


Fish Oil May Help Insulin Resistance

Fish oil supplements, also known as omega-3 fatty acids, have been shown to increase levels of a hormone that improves insulin sensitivity, thereby potentially lowering your risk of metabolic syndrome | Read more


How to Detect Hidden Inflammation: CRP Blood Test

C-reactive protein (CRP) is a protein produced by the liver that can be measured in your blood to detect inflammation in your body. The higher your CRP level, the greater | Read more


Dr. Randolph’s Top 4 Heart Health Supplements

Niacin: An important nutrient for cardiovascular health, Niacin is used to increase the levels of HDL (“good”) cholestrol. HDL helps remove the LDL (“bad”) cholesterol from your body by flushing it | Read more


Do YOU Have Subclinical Hypothyroidism?

Perhaps you — or a friend or family member — has suffered from some of the following mild symptoms: fatigue, dry skin, weight gain, cold intolerance, depression, or poor memory. | Read more