Natural Progesterone Cream by C. Norman ShealyC. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD is a neurosurgeon, psychologist, and founding president of the American Holistic Medical Association. For over three decades, he has been at the forefront of alternative medicine and alternative health care. He holds ten patents for innovative discoveries in medicine, has published more than 300 articles, and authored more than 24 books. He is the co-founder of the American Board of Scientific Medical Intuition, and perhaps the world’s foremost medical expert on medical intuition.
Dr. Shealy is world renowned for his pioneering work in the fields of pain management and alternative forms of treatment. He is a Harvard-trained neurosurgeon, the founding President of the American Holistic Medical Association, President of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine and the President of Holos University Graduate Seminary. He has written scores of articles and books including the widely acclaimed Life Beyond 100 Secrets of the Fountain of Youth and The Creation of Health: Merging Traditional Medicine with Intuitive Diagnosis, which he co-wrote with Caroline Myss, Ph.D
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AFTER six years on a prescription estrogen patch that alleviated her hot flashes, but did nothing to address her midlife pound weight gain, Martha B. She turned to an over-the-counter supplement called Estroven, with ingredients that include black cohosh and phytoestrogens — botanical compounds found in soy and other plants that have been shown to have estrogenlike effects in humans. Without changing her eating habits, Martha said she lost 20 pounds. But after four months off the patch, the hot flashes came back. According to experts, about 70 percent of women experience hot flashes, weight gain, loss of libido and other symptoms as they transition from their fertile to postfertile years and their hormone levels fluctuate sharply. Gynecologists estimate that a third of women seeking treatment for menopausal symptoms are on conventional prescription hormones.