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Hormone Panel Testing

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Improving Diet Via Extensive Hormone Panel Testing At MedFusion

Experts agree that one of the best ways to stay in control of your health is by actively managing it through a continuous process, rather than focusing on a fixed goal. For instance, if you’ve tried changing your lifestyle, doing exercises, and even changing your diet to lose weight, but still can’t get to the right weight mark for you, there are many other approaches you can take, including obtaining proper balance of your hormones to support your other efforts.

Many patients in Oklahoma, are beginning to appreciate the benefits of Hormone Panel Testing to identify and correct hormone imbalances, and in the process, address some issues that stop your body from properly responding to various treatments.

The Relationship Between Hormones and Diet

The digestive system is home to about 70% of your immune system. This implies that your diet can affect your immune system and trigger the common autoimmune conditions, such as hypo- and hyperthyroidism. When your body begins to attack itself, it goes into a state of stress and stimulates the overproduction of cortisol hormone and other hormones.

The right amount of cortisol helps the body manage stress and other processes, including immune response and metabolism. Unfortunately, elevated cortisol levels lead to a myriad of problems, including insulin resistance, suppressed immunity, carbohydrate cravings, high blood sugar, low libido, fat deposits on the belly, face, and neck, and so on.

Recovery Via Hormone Testing

Hormone testing is a simple, easy, and accurate way to check the hormones that are most important to your health and well-being, namely:

  • Cortisol

  • Estradiol

  • Testosterone

  • Progesterone

  • DHEA

If your health is not improving through mainstream interventions, a panel hormone test at MedFusion can be used to determine your hormone levels. Our providers will use the information to design the ideal hormone solution and identify the best foods to help restore hormone balance and improve your overall health.

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