Feel Good Look Younger
(Reversing Tiredness Through Hormonal Balance)
Updated Second Edition
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Dr. Edwin Lee’s book, Feel Good Look Younger: Reversing Tiredness Through Hormonal Balance, explains his proven process for reversing tiredness – a combination of balancing hormones, lowering inflammation, eating healthier, detoxing, physical activity and nutritional supplements. When these areas are properly addressed, you will not only have more energy and feel better, but you will also reduce the effects of aging.
Dr. Edwin Lee’s much-anticipated second edition of Feel Good Look Younger: Reversing Tiredness Through Hormonal Balance is now available on Amazon, and from this website. Since this groundbreaking book was first published in 2010, significant advancements in DNA protection have come in the areas of nutrition and bioidentical hormones – two major elements of the original book. These far-reaching advancements in protecting your DNA (the most important structure in your body) have been incorporated throughout the second edition. Also, there are new chapters (Intravenous Nutrition and Leaky Gut) and diagrams explaining the pathway of your hormone system. And, to encourage readers, there are additional real-life examples (from patients of Dr. Lee) on the many ways people are now able to feel good and look younger.
As one of the country’s most progressive endocrinologists, Dr. Lee treats patients traveling to his office from around the world, while also serving as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Thanks in part to his numerous presentations at national medical conferences, he is a respected proponent and authority on hormonal balance and wellness, and a leader in helping define the future of anti-aging medicine.
“In my practice, the most common complaint I hear is, ‘I am so tired, but my primary care doctor says all my blood tests are normal.‘ My book lets readers know what those medical reasons are for always feeling tired, and then explains how to improve upon their low energy,” says Dr. Lee.
Also in the book, Dr. Lee addresses the controversies of endocrinology (the medical field of hormones) and the areas of endocrinology that are yet to go mainstream. Being board certified in both Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and has taken extra courses in regenerative and functional medicine, Dr. Lee knows both sides of the arguments about: adrenal fatigue, the use of T3 treatment in thyroid patients, the use of DHEA, the use of testosterone, the use of progesterone (aside from pregnancy), and the use of growth hormone – to name a few.