You’ve Heard About “Low T” But What About “Low E”?

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, belly fat, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, fatigue, HCG, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Libido, loss of energy, low energy, low libido, low sex drive, Sex, Testosterone, The Body Well, Thyroid, Uncategorized, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

Estrogen: An Unlikely Player As most men approach middle age, the seemingly inevitable starts to occur: we gain weight around the waistline, sexual desire starts to wane, we’re unable to lift as much weight at the gym, and we seem to simply have a harder time keeping up with the younger guys. And most of us – doctors included – think that loss of testosterone … Read More

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DHEA: Your Body’s Most Abundant Androgen

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DHEA (de-hydro-epi-androsterone) is the most abundant androgen in the human body. It is, importantly, a precursor of estrogen, testosterone and other hormones. Most of your body’s DHEA is produced in the adrenal glands, although small amounts are synthesized in the gonads, skin and brain. After production, DHEA is released into the bloodstream, where it can be converted into either estrogen or testosterone as needed. DHEA … Read More

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HGH Releasing Peptides: The Future of Age Management Medicine

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Many adults seek out human growth hormone (HGH) injections to reap a wide range of benefits including reducing body fat percentage, increased lean body mass, cellular rejuvenation, increased collagen production in the skin, increased bone density, and enhanced wellbeing–and that’s just for starters. The barrier for many  is that HGH treatment is expensive. Read this post to learn all about the newer growth hormone releasing peptides that … Read More

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Read This and Know More Than Your Doctor!

Mike CarragherAge Management, cardiovascular health, Dr. Carragher, heart disease, Hormone Optimization, weight gain, Weight LossLeave a Comment

Most physicians are severely undertrained when it comes to nutrition and exercise, two of the most crucial components to preventing and treating disease. After you read this short article, you will probably know more about exercise than your doctor. So my suggestion? Read it and then give it to your doctor so he or she can be educated and share the knowledge with his or … Read More

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Dr. Mike’s Top 4 Ways to Burn Body Fat

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Many patients ask me how to lose unwanted body fat.  As many of you realize (or will realize), as we age, it becomes increasingly difficult to do.  But it isn’t impossible! Actually, it’s quite possible when armed with the right information. In addition to looking better, feeling more energetic and sexy and having more self-confidence, decreasing body fat results in a decreased LDL (bad) cholesterol, … Read More

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Dr. Mike Carragher Shines on Los Angeles Magazine’s 2019 ‘Top Doctors’ List

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Finding a top doctor in a big city such as Los Angeles isn’t always easy. Los Angeles Magazine recently lent a hand, producing its second annual Top Doctors listing. Dr. Mike Carragher was selected again by his professional medical colleagues as a Top Doctor, having earned the distinguished designation last year as well. The results were based on a peer-review survey of practicing physicians throughout … Read More

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Before You Try Intermittent Fasting, Read This!

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What Is Intermittent Fasting? Simply put, intermittent fasting (IF) is a pattern of eating in which you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. There are three main approaches to intermittent fasting: The 5:2 Diet: You consume 500 to 600 calories daily on two non-consecutive days of the week, and eat normally on the other five days Eat-Stop-Eat: Involves fasting for 24 hours on one … Read More

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Hormones May Be The Solution to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Melissa CDr. Carragher, fatigue, Hormone OptimizationLeave a Comment

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) has been around for centuries, under a number of different names. Sir Richard Manningham first described an illness that fits the modern description of CFS way back in 1750. Interest in chronic fatigue has come and gone, largely because healthcare professionals could not agree how to define the disorder – what seemed to be true for one patient might not have … Read More

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