Feel amazing and reduce
health risks with optimal hormones

Thanks again for joining me!

As I mentioned in my email, I've spent the past few years working closely with a company that teaches hormone optimization to doctors, nurse practitioners, and physicians assistants. I've been developing patient education programs to help healthcare providers teach patients about hormones that aren't too high or too low, but just right. I thought I'd share a few videos from my programs, so you can discover some of the ways optimal hormones can change your life.

Steve Goldring Hormone Pharmacist Simple Hormones patient education specialist

Click below to watch a video that interests you

For women in menopause
(from Simple Hormones for Menopause)

Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, irritability, depression, anxiety . . . "the change" often brings unwelcome changes to women's lives. 

Heartbreaking stories from my surveys of over 2000 women in menopause have moved me to tears. Some women face so many difficulties that they've even considered ending their own lives.

While the symptoms of menopause can be devastating, that's not the real problem. Watch this short video to discover what the root issue in menopause is. You'll also learn the most effective approach to both relieving symptoms and eliminating the root problem.

For men
(from Simple Hormones for Men)

As we get closer to 50, we lose testosterone and start feeling the physical limitations Dan Stoddard experienced. 

Fatigue, muscle weakness, lack of energy for exercise, libido issues, and weight gain all start to creep in on us. Many men lose our energy and passion for life.

Understanding testosterone and its crucial role in strength, stamina, performance, and well-being is the beginning of improvement. In addition, optimal testosterone levels, along with other hormones, help to reduce your risks for long-term health issues.

For those of us concerned
about Alzheimer's risks
(from 5 Minute Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN)

Many of us (including my wife and myself) care for aging parents with memory problems. Dementia and cognitive decline are so common that we all know someone who's been affected by them. Conventional wisdom says, "There's nothing we can do . . ." about Alzheimer's. The latest research points in the opposite direction.

You CAN do something to prevent and even reverse cognitive decline. This program is about actionable steps you can start TODAY to prevent cognitive decline over the next couple of decades.