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Chandler Marrs, PhD, is the proud mom of 24 year old twins, a research scientist, writer, and lifelong jock.
She has spent the last 20 years in women’s health research, first in perinatal mental health and hormones and more recently in medication induced mitochondrial dysfunction. She has published hundreds of articles on Hormones Matter, edited thousands more, authored chapters in medical textbooks, and most recently, co-authored her first book: Thiamine Deficiency Disease, Dysautonomia, and High Calorie Malnutrition.
We all heard about hormones, but do you actually know what they are? As Chandler Marrs explains it, hormones are signaling molecules that affect every part of our body and our brain. When they function smoothly, our health is intact. But there are so many factors that might cause disruptions - stress, diet, medicines to name a few.
In this interview Chandler Marrs explains how hormones work, why synthetic hormones can cause many side effects, and what we can do in order to restore hormonal balance in our body. If your health needs attention, listen to this talk to find out how you, too, can be your own doctor.