Nova uses ONLY Bioidentical Hormones. Many other dangerous hormones were offered by other companies in the past. Oftentimes, these were what are commonly called ‘synthetic’ hormones. There is a lot of research regarding the dangers of synthetic hormones.
What are the advantages to Bioidentical Vs. Synthetic? Heres a short list of the advantages.
Exact replica of hormones naturally produced by your body, matched molecule by molecule
Derived from soy, yams and other plant extracts, which are manipulated in a lab setting to be identical your body’s hormones
Your body will utilize these as naturally as it would if they were produced in your body
Bioidentical hormone preparations are medications that contain hormones that are an exact chemical match to those made naturally by humans,
says Manson, who is chief of preventive medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and the Elizabeth F. Brigham Professor of Women’s Health at Harvard Medical School.
When should I consider hormone replacement therapy?
In general, your body’s natural hormones begin to decline after your mid-20s and hormone imbalance symptoms are frequently present by your mid-30s.
Men and women often start replacing hormones between the ages of 35 and 40. It’s best to not wait. If you’ve been to your doctor and have been told that your levels are “normal,” that isn’t necessarily good news to you. “Optimal” levels fight disease AND make you feel better. In addition, your doctor may not be testing all essential hormone levels. There’s more to your body than your thyroid, and there’s more to your thyroid than a TSH level.
Reduced osteoporosis and restoration of bone strength