Hormones and the Microbiome: The Estrobolome and How it Influences Estrogen Metabolism
Hormone-based issues are common in clinical practice and can feel complex. Yet the answer may be surprisingly simple. Research shows the microbiome plays a role in regulating estrogen levels and related conditions. That’s why establishing healthy microbial balance is critical to achieving optimal hormonal health. To learn about simple botanical tools to harmonize the microbiome and hormones, join us for a discussion led by Keri Anania, PA-C, Functional Medicine practitioner and Clinical Consultant with Biocidin.
Keri Anania, PA-C, Functional Medicine practitioner and Clinical Consultant with Biocidin
Keri Anania is a board certified Physician Associate. She earned her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant studies from the University of South Dakota. She is the Assistant Director of Clinical Education with Bio-Botanical Research and is the founder of Nebraska Functional Medicine. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Academy of Physician Associates.
In her free time she enjoys time outdoors and attending sporting events with her family. She and her husband have two young girls that keep them entertained. She is passionate about functional medicine and is honored to play a role in the true healing of patients.
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