Recommended Supplements

Enhancing Your Overall Health

What you put into your body matters, particularly as you experience the changes associated with hormone deficiency. It’s like putting premium gasoline into a classic car. A 1970 Plymouth Barracuda may be able to chug down the street with any old gasoline, but is more likely to purr when treated to the best blend. At Evolve Hormone Therapy we have discovered a particular blend of nutrients that help our patients feel their very best. The “Fabulous Four” include:


Iodine is an essential element, vital for growth and healthy development. Although it might be tempting to believe that iodine is less important once you have stopped growing, your body still craves it. Iodine is critical in maintaining a normal functioning thyroid gland. Those thyroid hormones help control the metabolic rate of your body. Without iodine, thyroid hormones cannot be synthesized. Iodine helps optimize how calories are burned and works to prevent the storage of excess fat. It also aids in the removal of toxins from the body and helps utilize minerals, like calcium and silicon.
When your body is low on iodine, you feel it. Among the symptoms are:

• Depression
• Goiters
• Abnormal weight gain
• Rough skin
• Constipation
• Fatigue

While iodine deficiency is rare in the U.S. due to the number of foods that are either grown in iodine-rich soil or contain added salt, it is still possible to lack proper levels of the nutrient. Blood test will tell us whether your iodine levels are ideal or if you need a little boost.

DIM (Diindolylmethane)

Those all-important blood tests that we insist upon at Evolve Hormone Therapy help us to determine where our patients are in terms of hormone loss. We offer DIM to those who might benefit most from it. DIM is believed to promote healthy hormone metabolism and early studies indicate that it may help protect against:

• Abnormal growth of cells in the cervix
• Prostate cancer
• Breast cancer
• Uterine cancer
• Prostate enlargement
• Colon cancer
• Premenstrual syndrome

Cruciferous vegetables such as Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage contain diindolylmethane (DIM) and a related chemical called indole-3-carbinol. But because many adults do not ingest enough cruciferous vegetables to fill their need for DIM, we offer a supplement that can help.


Vitamin ADK

Our special combination of three vital vitamins – A, D3, and K2 – is designed to make our patients feel better than they have in years. When you break it down, it is easy to see why.

Vitamin A

In addition to aiding normal development and growth, Vitamin A supports bone remodeling. Remodeling refers to the way your body is able to remove old or weakened bone tissue in order to make room for new, stronger bone tissue. As humans age, bone density becomes a critical factor in how well the body is able to recover from fractures.

Vitamin D3

D3 is essential for calcium metabolism and helps maintain adequate levels of serum calcium and phosphate concentrations, needed for proper bone growth and remodeling. A body without proper levels of Vitamin D can become thin, brittle, and misshapen. When partnered with Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3 maintains a healthy balance of osteoblasts and osteoclasts, supports cardiovascular health, and helps keep blood pressure within the normal range.

Vitamin K2

While Vitamins A and D have been sweethearts of the medical community for some time, Vitamin K2 is an emerging player. There are those who say that K2 is “redefining cardiovascular disease as an illness of nutritional deficiency.” This powerful vitamin also appears to help combat the development of diabetes and liver cancer. In addition, it plays a role in bone metabolism and promotes healthy teeth.
Adding Vitamin ADK can lead to:

• Greater bone density
• Bone remodeling
• Utilization of calcium
• Proper cardiovascular function

In short, Vitamin ADK takes advantage of the unique way certain vitamins work together to help keep you strong.



Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a steroid hormone produced from pregnenolone in the adrenal cortex, gonads, brain and nervous system. It is one of the most plentiful hormones coursing through your body, with about 90 percent produced in the adrenal glands. Proper levels of DHEA in the body help to fight cancer, obesity and diabetes. They also decrease the incidence of inflammatory issues.

DHEA levels begin to decline after the age of 25, and once people reach age 40 they generally produce inadequate levels. The impact of this decline can exhibit itself in a number of ways:

• Lowered immunities
• Lack of sex drive
• Slower metabolism
• Emotional instability

The simple addition of DHEA to our patient’s regime has resulted in a number of positive results, including:

• Increased energy
• Lower LDL cholesterol levels
• Less depression
• Less memory loss
• Lower blood sugar levels
• Increased immunities
• Conversion of fat to lean muscle
• Decreased cardiac risk for men
• Potential prevention of osteoporosis

DHEA levels increase and decrease on an hourly basis, with peaks being between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. Our goal at Evolve Hormone Therapy is to help you regain the DHEA levels you had when you were younger. In order to do so, we provide our patients with a bioidentical pharmaceutical-grade replacement.

Discuss any concerns with one of our medical providers, including whether you have existing prostate disease or are interested in or participating in hormone replacement therapy. Because DHEA can raise hormone levels, it is important that your program be carefully designed and monitored.

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