Why Suzanne Somers loves bioidentical...

Why Suzanne Somers loves bioidentical hormones

There are 87 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Mar 26, 2009, titled Why Suzanne Somers loves bioidentical hormones. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

I recently spoke with actress Suzanne Somers about her enthusiastic use of "bioidentical" hormones to combat menopausal hot flashes and the ravages of aging.

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#91 Aug 16, 2013
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#93 Sep 5, 2013
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#99 May 11, 2015
Wow, I didn't know bioidentical hormones could help someone out so much. Its great to know there are people like Suzanne Summers who are so enthusiastic about it. It seems like it would be very important to find the right practitioner for this kind of treatment. http://www.genemedics.com/hormonereplacementt...

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#100 May 12, 2015
Zonker wrote:
Just another scam.
Without loads of plastic surgery, she'd look like 85, ridden hard and put away wet!
>>>from Sandhya Pruthi, M.D.
There's a lot of interest in bioidentical or so-called "natural" hormone therapy for menopause symptoms. However, there's no evidence that bioidentical hormones are safer or more effective than standard hormone replacement therapy.
Bioidentical hormones are custom-mixed formulas containing various hormones that are chemically identical to those naturally made by your body. These prescription and over-the-counter products are marketed as being tailored to a woman's individual hormone needs, typically determined through saliva hormone testing. Manufacturers claim that bioidentical hormones are safer than standard, FDA-approved hormone therapy.<<<
You dumb women who make these silly claims are nothing more than evidence of the 'placebo' effect. You so want to believe this crap, they could (and maybe are) giving you stuff that contains no hormones, yet your desire to believe helps you 'feel better'.\\
>>>The power of positive thinking is not a new subject. The Talmud, the ancient compendium of rabbinical thought, states that: "Where there is hope, there is life." And hope is positive expectation, by another name. The scientific study of the placebo effect is usually dated to the pioneering paper published in 1955 on "The Powerful Placebo" by the anesthesiologist Henry K. Beecher (1904-1976). Beecher concluded that, across the 26 studies he analyzed, an average of 32% of patients responded to placebo.
It has been shown that placebos have measurable physiological effects. They tend to speed up pulse rate, increase blood pressure, and improve reaction speeds, for example, when participants are told they have taken a stimulant. Placebos have the opposite physiological effects when participants are told they have taken a sleep-producing drug.
The placebo effect is part of the human potential to react positively to a healer. A patient's distress may be relieved by something for which there is no medical basis. A familiar example is Band-Aid put on a child. It can make the child feel better by its soothing effect, though there is no medical reason it should make the child feel better. <<<
Get over yourselves. You're being sold a bill of goods by a simple minded huckster.
Makes about as much sense as that silly 'thighmaster' whe was hawking a few years back.
You are so incorrect as to not warrant a response, however if some woman needs real help and doesn't look into this proven Bhrt, that a has been around for over 50 years, because of your misinformation. I had to respond.

Since: Jul 14

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#101 Jul 13, 2015
Zonker wrote:
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I didn't call women dumb. I called the women who believe in this snake oil 'therapy du jour' dumb. I don't care if it's Oprah or Robin McGraw. Oprah, as smart a woman as I've seen, has jumped on many 'latest and greatest' cure-alls for many things, especially weight related. From what I see, she's again pulling that wagon full of fat around with her.
Believe what you want. It wasn't that long ago that cancer patients flocked to Mexico to recieve 'Laetrile' treatments. They died anyway.
Just because it's fashionable and hip doesn't mean it works in a meaningful way. But if you think it does, it will. Mind over matter.
You'd be betteroff going to a Benny Hinn or Joel Osteenn and have them 'cure' you of your menopausal symptoms.
It's all snake oil.
My regular doctor recommended bio identicals years ago. i did not hear it from Anyone in TV. My overall general health is better and it is not a money making entity like the fda. Hinn yes snaje oil.

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