Dr. Kealy’s natural weight loss and menopause program as an alternative to hormone replacement treatments (HRT) is helping women make better lifestyle choices and improve their quality of health.
All too often, women are told that feeling overweight, moody, asexual, tapped out, dried up, and sleep deprived is just part of being female. Or they are led to believe that the answer can be found in taking hormone replacement treatments (HRT) or bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT)
Most OB/GYN’s and other doctors typically recommend anti-anxiety meds like Prozac, Zoloft, Lexapro, Celexa, and other SSRI’s. They might also recommend birth control pills if still menstruating and if not, Hormone Replacement therapy-but it’s important to know the risks involved in these treatments.
Today, more and more women and doctors are reluctant to use HRT with synthetic progestin because of the risks involved. Some have been found to cause breast cancer, blood clots, heart disease, and strokes.
Meet Dr. Siobhan Kealy, a nationally recognized women health expert, refuses to accept that being a women means feeling overwhelmed and that taking Hormone Replacement Therapy is the answer. In her Westchester, N.Y. Weight loss center, Dr. Kealy offers an exciting, innovative, and all-natural weight loss and menopause program for women 40 and older that has helped thousands of women reclaim wellness, vitality, and optimal health.
When you work with Dr. Kealy you’ll understand why combining natural therapies with rigorous scientific testing and comprehensive lab work is the key to identifying the common causes of hormonal imbalances and abnormal weight gain
“As a functional medicine doctor, I address fat loss and fat loss resistance from a completely different approach than traditional HRT practitioners. I correct key hormones that are known to fluctuate and disrupt a woman’s weight, appetite, and satiety signals during her pre/menopausal stage. I break the systemic inflammation cycle that is a leading cause of aging, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, dementia, and more, and it’s also by far the major contributor to obesity. ”