As more request bio-identical hormones, there is a need to address the criticism that there is not enough good data to support their use. Therefore in addition to understanding the risks and benefits of synthetic hormones, we need to understand the data that specifically supports the safety and efficacy of bio-identical hormones. Here we will present a 2006 update and critical analysis of the recent published data on bio-identical hormone
replacement topics include:
The effects of bio-identical honnones on osteoporosis, cognitive decline, Alzheimer's stroke and heart disease.
The critical role of nutrition and detoxification hormone replacement the data supporting a transdermal route for estrogen dosing and follow-up guidelines.