Yes to the FIGTreeVitamins.com BASIC WELLNESS PACKAGE, and I would also add FIGTreeVitamins.com VITAMIN D 2000 Liquid Drops (1-2 drops under tongue twice daily or more, as needed; allow to sit for at least 30 seconds before swallowing, or allowing to dissipate naturally).
Also, Dr. Helen’s Blue label Bio-Identical Phyto PROGESTERONE cream (apply TWICE per day; 1/4 tsp to an inner arm, inner thigh, breast, neck or fatty area of stomach – rotate application site with each application), count her day 1 (first day of period), then begin using the cream twice per day beginning day 12 through day 26. After a month or so, she should see marked improvement, and after month 3, she may be able to reduce application to once daily, preferably after showering at night, as it also helps with sleep in those with hormone imbalances.
As to your PS, males should not be consuming estrogen enhancing compounds, so the fact that they are getting prostate diseases and some effeminate characteristics, probably at least in part from soy consumption, is a REAL concern. I also agree that there are fewer “real” men these days, but that could be decades of feminist emasculation of maleness and women trying to be more like their perception of men. Meanwhile, now there are females complaining that men are too sensitive! Guys just cannot win. In my opinion only, men need to be men and women need to be women; we are each unique and wonderful in our own ways and people should not be objectified by sex anymore than they should be characterized by the color of their skin.
As far as the skinny-jeans (and nuevo-Beatles-type haircuts too!), NO COMMENT, HONEY! LOL
April 5, 2014
THANK YOU FOR ANSWERING SO FAST and for your advice. I assume I should follow the recommended dose on the cream for my daughter the same way as the article says? I will get the basic health package from figtreevitamins.com too. Should she do the cleanse? She is very athletic and has sprains and gashes sometimes in the general course so would it help her heal faster? Can you send me an email with instructions on how she should take everything? She is 17 years old, 5’4″ and weighs 98 pounds, so should she only use half? You emailed me the questions but there is a lot of them and I want to get her started faster to address this PMS and pain. Can we work with that first? Thanks again. You are all GREAT!
PS: I wonder if soy formula and eating soy is what is causing males to be so sensitive and feminine acting?! I think 55+ year old men are the only REAL men left in America. I look at all those frail looking skinny-jean wearing boys my daughter goes to school with and wonder if she will ever be able to find a real man, get married and have children. I think I heard you talking about how soy is causing low sperm counts and impotents in men? I don’t have much faith in the future of humanity. Anyone else feel that way?
Thank you for posting your email inquiry so quickly, Analiese. As I said in my reply to you, Dr. Jon found a great article that just came out in the NIH news today about soy and its negative effects on girls (can you imagine how much worse the effects on male babies as they grow up?!) Here is the link to the article: SOY’S NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON GIRLS WHEN GROWN
April 5, 2014
Hi everyone! It has been a long time but I have a question for my daughter who is 17. She has had PMS, with severe pain during her periods that she misses time at school. Do you think it is from being fed soy formula as a baby? I haven’t heard Dr. Pensanti on your show for awhile and assume she is busy and want to know if you recommend one of her creams for my daughter. She does not take medicines routinely and I give her figtree’s whole food multi and minerals. Just thinking she needs some cream too. How much to use, etc. is appreciated. Thanks for your help all these years.
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