1. What Makes You Live Longer? Fats or Carbohydrates?

    A recent article published in the Lancet in August of 2017 revealed an interesting conclusion about dietary fats, carbohydrates, and mortality rates. In the large Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study of people aged 35–70 years from five different continents, scientists studied what wa…Read More

  2. Improve Your Orgasm With the O-Shot

    Improve your Orgasm With the O-shot You may have heard before that the female orgasm is a bit of a mystery. At The Hormone Zone we are unveiling the “Big-O” for women all over Scottsdale. To understand female orgasm we need to understand all the parts involved. We divide this system into three p…Read More

  3. Long Term Testosterone Therapy Gives You Long Term Weight Loss

    When we are talking about weight loss, real weight loss, we are talking about long term permanent weight loss. There are many diet therapies that lead to rapid weight loss in the beginning, but have a difficulty in maintaining the loss over time, particularly over the first year. But testosterone th…Read More

  4. Oxytocin: The “Love Hormone” of Hormone Replacement Therapy

    Oxytocin goes by many names and “The Love Hormone” is just one of them. The bonding hormone, the nursing hormone, the relaxing hormone, the trusting hormone, the SEXY HORMONE, all names that lend to the idea of how this powerful hormone can help you. Oxytocin is produced in high amounts during p…Read More

  5. Synthetic Estrogen & Progestin Increase Cancer

    A recent robust study published October 20th, 2010 in The Journal of the American Medical Association concluded, "Estrogen plus progestin was associated with greater breast cancer incidence, and the cancers are more commonly node-positive.  Breast cancer mortality also appears to be increased with …Read More

  6. Making Sense of Menopause: A New Beginning

    A small excerpt from the upcoming book by Dr. Robinson "Metabolic Health Transformation".   Menopause is Not a Disease Menopause is a stage of life.  Menopause is no more a disease process than puberty.  We view puberty as a time of blossoming and beginning, and the related difficulties of th…Read More