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Brussels Sprouts & Healthy Estrogen Metabolism

Posted by ZRT Laboratory on Friday, 21 July

Brussel Sprouts and Good EstrogenYou might ask what Brussels sprouts and estrogens are doing in the same sentence, but I am here to tell you that there is a connection.

Brussels sprouts are the cruciferous connection to healthy hormone metabolism. These age-old options –including cabbage, broccoli, bok choy and cauliflower – have gained new acclaim today as dietary super foods. These plants, cultivated for centuries and originally used as medicines, can nourish us towards superior health and hormone balance.

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Looking Back: Popular Provider Blog Posts of 2016

Posted by ZRT Laboratory on Monday, 09 January

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As we step into 2017 ready to further our understanding of how hormone imbalance affects health, we wanted to take a brief moment to reflect on the top stories of 2016 that captured your attention on the ZRT Blog.

Following is a round-up of 2016's most popular posts for practitioners.


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Looking Back: Patient Blog Posts of 2016

Posted by ZRT Laboratory on Monday, 09 January

ThinkstockPhotos-78051201_lores.jpg2017 has arrived, and with it comes new opportunity to understand the role of hormone balance in our overall health. 

Before getting started, we wanted to take a brief moment to reflect on the top stories of 2016 that captured your attention on the ZRT Blog. Following is a round-up of 2016's most popular posts for patients.


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What is Estrogen Dominance?

Posted by ZRT Laboratory on Tuesday, 17 March

464590386Estrogen dominance refers to an excess of estrogen when progesterone levels are inadequate. This condition can occur in women during the reproductive years, but tends to be particularly symptomatic for women during perimenopause and in menopause. Estrogen dominance is worsened by women not ovulating, women being exposed to synthetic estrogens and/or women not metabolizing estrogens correctly. Estrogen dominance is a term coined by John Lee, M.D. in the book What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause.

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