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Top 3 Mistakes Practitioners Make with Hormone Imbalance

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Hormone imbalance is at the crux of many people's most challenging health issues. The endocrine system is the Master Command center for all of the bodily systems.

And yet, many mainstream approaches miss the mark completely, and tackle the hormone issue first with what should always be the last resort.

A big reason for that is because practitioners are not taught how to systematically look in certain places, order the right tests (hint: it's not all about the sex hormones), and how to treat in an intuitive rather than counter-intuitive manner.

The body has so much healing power in its infinite wisdom. And yet sometimes, the master commend center needs a bit of help getting back on track.

These are the pitfalls of conventional and functional evaluations and approaches:
1- Asking the wrong Questions
2- Incomplete lab testing
3- Not putting the nutritional foundations in place before trying hormone replacement and pharmaceuticals

This important show is for practitioners and public alike. Don't miss it!

Knowing how to correctly assess hormonal imbalances and putting practical protocols in place no longer has to be a mystery.

Dr. Ritamarie is hosting a 3 day live conference to train practitioners to become expert go-to holistic healers who never make these common mistakes again.

It's called Scientific and Holistic Investigation of Nutritional Endocrinology (S.H.I.N.E.) and it is an event like no other. If you are a practitioner or you would love to see your favorite holistic practitioner trained to balance the complex endocrine system and restore health quickly, then now is your time to SHINE:

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