By now, I am sure all of you realize that we have a pandemic of a virus. We need to do everything we can to decrease its spread. To this end, I am changing some policies. Patients have been requesting phone and skype consults. We are going to try to schedule most office visits this way. On the good side, you can have your office visit in the comfort and safety of your home. The same amount of time as any office visit will be allotted to the phone or skype visit. For the purpose of reviewing lab tests, my office will email the results so that you will have a copy in front of you to follow along with at your office visit. Please click below to reserve your appointment and then come back to get directions on how to find Dr. Marzell on Skype.
Are you confused about hormone therapy for menopause? Is it a blessing or villain? Dr. Marzell clears up the issue with her new book, Don’t Grow Old! The Role of Hormones in Protecting Your Health. In this easy to read book, Dr. Marzell puts complicated and confusing issues to rest. She points out the role in estrogen and why it is so important for patients to take this. She clears up the progesterone issue, who needs it and what is the most effective way to administer it. Also, testosterone is covered and even a section on how to prevent breast cancer. Don’t Grow Old, is a book every woman going through menopause should read, and then show to their doctors.
Dr. Marzell is a primary care physician that combines the wisdom of naturopathic medicine with modern medicine to help facilitate the body's inherent ability to restore and maintain optimal health. She focuses on evidence based nutritional therapy for food allergies and in bioidentical hormone replacement.
Misintrepreted studies have been a major source of misinformation in menopause. The purpose of our book is to cut through the confusion and help restore optimal health.
Vitamin D 20.000 iu for 2-3 days, then decrease to 10,000 iu for one week, then 5,000 iu daily
Selenium 400 mcg. Daily for 4-5 days, then 200 mcg daily
Zinc 100 mg daily for one week; then 50-75 mg daily
Vitamin C 1,000 mg three times a day; decrease 500 mg as you feel better daily
If you would like to prevent the flu and other infections that like to attack in the cold months, try this preventative formula:
Vitamin D 5,000iu daily
Vitamin C 1,000 mg three times a day
Vitamin A 10,000 iu
Zinc 50-75mg daily
Selenium 200 mcg daily