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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Is my estrone too high?

Ask Larry: Your Question: I went through early menopause at 38 and went on natural HRT right away. I got rid of the night sweats/hot flashes, but now they’re back. I’m taking 200mg of natural progesterone caps at night. I was taking Estradiol, but was scared of it, so I stopped. It Seems that is when my symptoms began. For the past several weeks I’ve been applying Estriol cream, but it doesn’t seem to be Continue Reading

What is the deal with Naproxen?

Ask Larry: Your Question: Larry, I’ve been seeing a lot of talk about Naproxen in the media the past week. What is the deal with Naproxen? Do you recommend that over tylenol or ibuprofen? Larry’s Response: Naproxen is a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatorty (NSAID) – as is Ibuprofen, Dexibuprofen, Fenoprofen, Ketoprofen, and a couple dozen others, including aspirin. The differences between each of the products center mostly on marketing rather than clinical superiority – or side effects. Continue Reading

Go nuts: Almonds & inflammation

Ask Larry: Your Question: I overheard a coach at my gym talking about good snack foods and that almonds were supposedly at the top of that list. Why would I want to include almonds, other than they contain good fats? Larry’s Response: A 2005 study from the University of Toronto suggests that eating a healthy diet, including almonds, reduces inflammation by reducing levels of C-reactive protein, a key marker of inflammation. Is this a good Continue Reading