Gunther Mueller, the Vibrant Health Guru, has had a very diversified set of life and business experiences. These include being a professional “ski bum”, commercial fishing in the waters of Alaska, spending a decade in the fine food & hospitality industry, opening 4 restaurants in 5 years, launching an online national food distribution company, managed a million square mile territory for residential home delivery service and was a top distributor for renewable solar energy products.
He has also received several awards over the years such as the “Who’s Your Hero Award” and the “Community Service Excellence Award” as well as the “Emerging Small Business of the Year Award” bestowed by his peers. Even with all that success, he was left feeling hollow. He felt great about his health, but those around him suffered. This led him to now spend most of his time speaking to both physicians and potential patients about the life altering benefits of looking at healthcare therapies in a very new way…
Today his mission is to positively affect the lives of millions of people, just like you, through education on basic biochemistry. This includes helping you understand the essentials behind how your body functions.
After listening to the last podcast, you were probably left wondering how to fix all these hormone deficiencies that you have. Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy is a popular topic. It has been utilized worldwide for years but has always had controversy surrounding it as well. On today’s podcast, Larry and Dr. Ann will interview Gunther Mueller on bioidentical hormones. They will discuss what bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT) is, and why pellets are one of the best delivery methods for the hormones. They will also go into the most common myths that surround BHRT. Some of these myths are:
Does hormone replacement therapy cause cancer in women?
Does testosterone cause a woman to be more masculine?
Does testosterone replacement therapy cause heart attacks in men?
Is estrogen important in men, or does it just cause man boobs?
If a person’s thyroid levels are within normal range, can they still have hypothyroidism?
Many people suffer from all of the symptoms of hormone deficiency (fatigue, insomnia, stubborn belly fat, depression, anxiety, irritability, brain fog, decreased sex drive, muscle loss, and joint pain) but are afraid to do anything about it based upon what they heard of TV. On todays’ podcast, Larry, Dr. Ann, and Gunther hope to educate everyone not only on the safety of BHRT, but how not doing it can increase risks for other health problems, such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
Gunther Mueller: https://www.gunthermueller.com/