The Rage over Hormones

"Until recently, estrogen was prescribed to alleviate symptoms related to perimenopause and menopause such as night sweats, hot flashes and insomnia. It was also claimed by hormone manufacturers that taking estrogen would ward off heart disease and dementia.
Medical writer Susan Baxter and endocrinologist Dr. Jerilynn Prior, authors of The Estrogen Errors, not only debunk such ideas, they inform readers about the positive role progesterone plays in preventing heart disease and promoting breast and bone health."
Jerilynn was interviewed for Herizons magazine about the Estrogen Errors and the challenges of bringing this information to a wide audience. Read the complete interview here.

Maya Khankhoje

Herizons Magazine