Estrogen Dominance: Signs and Symptoms

featuring Rebecca Clemson, ND

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Summer School Edition: Episode 5

Published August 8, 2023

Our Summer School guest for this episode is Dr. Rebecca Clemson. She breaks down the topic of estrogen dominance and highlights some of its hallmark signs and symptoms.

Host Jaclyn Smeaton, ND, and Dr. Clemson discuss the DUTCH Test results of a 37-year-old female who’s experiencing symptoms akin to PMDD and demonstrate how estrogen dominance could be at play.


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About our speaker

Dr. Clemson is a licensed naturopathic doctor who is passionate about educating and empowering others to reach their full potential in health, wellness, and life. She graduated with honors from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon in 2017. Following graduation, she spent five years in a private family practice with a focus on women’s health and hormones. She has completed advanced training in functional endocrinology, menopause and andropause, thyroid health, fertility, and hormone replacement therapy. She has been a clinical educator with DUTCH for several years.  

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Show Notes

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