Available for Interviews: Dr. Eldred Taylor
Dr. Eldred Taylor, MD, can answer all of your women’s health questions regarding hormonal imbalances and how to correct them. Dr. Taylor is a leader in the hormone industry and is passionate about helping women while using a holistic functional medicine approach.
Talking Points for an Interview with Dr. Taylor
on How Women Can Look and Feel Better:
- Stress. The number one enemy to beauty is stress. Stress releases cortisol and cortisol breaks down collagen. When collagen is broken down, skin elasticity suffers and leads to sagging skin and wrinkles. Addressing what causes stress and how you can measure treat, and recover from it is important.
- Toxins. Toxins darken the skin. Trapped toxins may cause cellulite.
- Nutritional deficiencies. Because the skin needs to renew itself, you must take in the proper nutrients to make new cells.
- Supplements. IV Vitamin C and glutathione are great for skin enhancement. Vitamin C builds collagen, glutathione, and eliminates toxins.
- Hormone balance. Cortisol is a hormone, and in women estrogen and progesterone are important in how a woman feels and looks. When a woman does not feel good they care less about how they look. Hormone balance makes women feel better. Hormone balance helps hair skin and nails grow. Hormone balance improves sleep.
- Sleep. Sleep is important because that is when the body repairs itself and replaces old skin with new skin cells.
Should women fast?
Intermittent fasting is becoming more and more popular. However, there is some thought that the risks and benefits may differ between women and men.
- Women respond differently to stress than men. Fasting is a stress on the body.
- Younger women may not benefit as much from intermittent fasting as older women.
- Fasting may affect a woman’s fertility.
- There are definite benefits to fasting for men, but there are exceptions when it comes to women.
Dr. Eldred Taylor, MD, is an expert in functional and anti-aging medicine and is President of the American Functional Medicine Association, a nonprofit which educates healthcare providers and the public on functional (wellness) medicine. He is the co-author of Are Your Hormones Making You Sick? and The Stress Connection. Dr. Taylor is also a sought-after radio and television personality who has been featured in local and national publications.
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