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Recognizing the Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

Published July 29, 2017

One of the most crucial factors of overcoming a health problem is timely diagnosis and being able to get proper treatment. The quicker any imbalance in the body is taken […]

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Healthier, More Sustainable Alternatives to Dieting

Published July 19, 2017

Losing weight is not an easy feat—it takes time, dedication, and sometimes even a skilled healthcare provider to really help you through the process. But what can be even harder […]

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Symptoms of Hormonal Decline in Men and Women: Pay Attention to the Signs

Published June 22, 2017

If middle age has brought with it symptoms like sleepless nights, depression, memory loss, weight gain, mood swings, and sexual dysfunction, there’s more than just old age at work—it’s likely […]

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Common Heartburn Triggers and What You Can Do About Them

Published June 12, 2017

Did you know that your acid reflux might not necessarily have been caused by your last meal? It could actually be due to a health condition, such as being overweight […]

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Too Little Sleep, Too Many Food Cravings? It Could Be Your Hormones

Published May 28, 2017

After a night of very little sleep, even though you feel tired, disoriented, and groggy, do you ever have cravings for food that is sugary, salty, or calorie-dense? Sleep deprivation […]

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How Stress and Hormones May Be Contributing to Your Migraines

Published May 18, 2017

It’s the peak of the day and you are lying flat on your back. The shades are pulled, a cold, wet wash cloth is lying across your forehead. You may […]

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Try Changing Up Your Diet to Reset Your Hormones

Published April 27, 2017

Have you been beating yourself up getting to the gym every morning, walking the dog until you’re both tired, and following a strict diet plan? Maybe it helped at first, […]

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How Your Diet Can Make Hot Flashes Worse

Published April 17, 2017

Winter is finally over, and you’re looking forward to the warm days ahead. Maybe this winter you weren’t on your best behavior when it came to diet and exercise, but […]

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Getting Help for Gluten Intolerance

Published March 24, 2017

Celiac disease can be incredibly difficult to live with. Characterized by an intolerance to gluten, people who have the disease can exhibit a variety of symptoms, including abdominal or joint […]

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Men and the Challenges of Pregnancy

Published March 17, 2017

Pregnancy can be a challenging time for even the closest of couples. This is especially true of a couple’s first pregnancy, when neither of them has any first-hand experience with […]

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  • Just wanted to thank you for the follow up and to let you know how appreciative I am of all your help. I am the biggest sugar addict there is and truly am amazed at how easy it was to give up the sugar with no cravings at all. I went home and increased the good fats like olive oil,…Read More
  • "I was unable to find a provider who specializes in female hormones through my OBGYN – they just give you the pill which I didn’t want. And, my endocrinologist fell short in this area. Then I found Restorative Wellness MD of Cincinnati and Dr. Kissel. At my first appointment, the office staff was great, and Dr. Kissel was very thorough…Read More
  • "For years, I have been seeing Dr. Kissel for pellet therapy. This hormone treatment has given me relief from anxiety, fogginess, memory loss and insomnia. Dr. Kissel incorporates a holistic approach that includes a nutritional guidance and supplementation, and my health has significantly improved under her care. I would highly recommend her to others who are looking for a holistic…Read More

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March 21, 2019

The Difference Between Testosterone Therapy and Steroids

Thousands of men experience symptoms of low testosterone, otherwise known as low T, every year. The natural consequences of this hormone disruption aren’t always openly discussed—but they should be. Low […]

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