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DUTCH Webinar Wednesday: Estrogen Metabolism from Start to Finish
July 15, 2020 @ July 15, 2020 - July 15, 2020 UTC-7
Presented by Tara D. Scott, MD, FACOG, FAAFM, ABOIM, CNMP
The breakdown and excretion of estrogens is an extremely complicated process and a wide range of factors can influence it. Metabolism of estrogen occurs in several areas of the body, most frequently in the liver and gastrointestinal tissues. Beneficial modulation of estrogen metabolism can often be accomplished through dietary and lifestyle modifications such as increasing fiber and reducing fat, supplementing with phytoestrogen, losing weight, and exercising more. Unhealthy estrogen metabolism is often to blame for estrogen-related diseases and conditions.
In this webinar, Dr. Scott will:
- Review the phases of estrogen metabolism
- Discuss epigenetic effects on estrogen metabolism
- Examine suboptimal estrogen detoxification and ways to improve it
- Present cases with estrogen metabolism
Meet Tara Scott, MD, FACOG, FAAFM, ABOIM, CNMP A.K.A. The Hormone Guru, Integrative Gynecologist
Dr Scott has been in front of audiences since she was the president of speech team in high school. This evolved into educating the community on hormone therapy, teaching an integrative approach to doctors across five continents. She now lectures around the community to raise awareness about wellness and preventative health for patients.
Having watched people suffer for years and see little relief after many visits to multiple healthcare providers, Dr. Scott knows how exhausting this can be. She has lived it as a patient and seen the benefit of finding answers to the core issues. Speaking helps her reach more people in less time, helping them conquer chronic health issues. Dr. Scott’s humor and analogies make complex health concepts easy for the audience to understand and simple to implement in order to enjoy optimal health.
Dr. Scott is a mother of three college-age children, and she enjoys running a half marathon in every state, traveling, and being active outside.