Guest: Dr. Lisa Everett
The secret key to balancing hormones that everyone taking or thinking about taking hormones needs to know and that every Age Management Doc should.
Dr. Cabeca interviews Dr. Lisa Everett on ‘Couch Talk’. We are digging deep into the secret well of hormone optimization that will thrill you. What’s the latest research say about the safety of hormone replacement? Have you wondered what the best delivery system is for hormone therapy? Is it creams, gels, troches, pellets, injections? When we test for our hormones, what is normal and what is optimal?
- How do you know when your hormones are optimized?
- What if I have had cancer or am worried about breast cancer?
- What are side effects and risks?
Lisa Everett, pharmacist and certified clinical nutritionist, is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy and the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. She has served as a clinical instructor for the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Lisa was on the Midwest Internal Review Board for 10 years, overseeing more than 95 studies for the Food and Drug Administration, and served on the board of trustees for the American Holistic Medical Association. As vice president of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, and a member of the American Holistic Medical Association, and the International Association of Compounding Pharmacists, she focuses her practice on holistic patient care and education.
Lisa writes articles for various publications and has lectured to professional and patient groups both locally and internationally, compiling more than 1200 presentation hours. She is currently writing a book for publication which will provide women, men, and health care professionals a unique perspective on psychoneruoimmunoendocrinolgy, clinical nutrition, and the environment.
Lisa is co-owner of O’Brien Pharmacy and the Kansas City Holistic Centre in Mission, Kansas. She has a private consultation practice, in which she utilizes 36 years of experience in outcome-based lifestyle, spiritual, and pharmacologic intervention. Her work incorporates the principals of biochemically based clinical nutrition, physiology, and pharmacology in the monitoring of patient outcomes as they journey towards the reversal of dis-ease and the reclamation of their health.