Doctor Dov Rand has a Bioidentical Hormone Replacement practice in West Orange, New Jersey. Dr. Rand specializes in integrated medicine and works diligently to provide his patients with the care and treatment they need.
His background as the President of Healthy Aging Medical Centers from 2010 forward has led him to consider alternative research on various hormones that may affect a person as he or she ages. Dr. Dov Rand researches aging and how bioidentical hormone imbalances lead to negative results in aging adults.
What are Bioidentical Hormones?
Dr. Dov Rand defines hormones by separating them into good and bad ones. He indicates that good hormones and the bad ones need to be balanced in the system. If there are more bad than good hormones, there will be negative physiological effects of the imbalance.
He has observed that his patients who have balance between hormones are more energetic, are stronger, and can maintain an active lifestyle. They also have a more positive outlook. His research seems to indicate that incidents of cancer, high cholesterol, and heart disease are also reduced.
Diet and Health
Dr. Dov Rand has developed a diet program he called the HCG diet. He named the diet after the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone. This hormone is produced in women during pregnancy. This hormone doesn’t only assist in embryo development but also prevents degenerative muscle deterioration. This second effect of the hormone HCG is important because many diets tend to cause deterioration in musculature.
The HCG diet is reported to work quickly. One can lose up to a pound a day and many report losing even more. The diet is popular because there is less restriction on calorie intake and the participants do not feel hungry. The HCG diet depends on a dietary supplement that naturally suppresses appetite (http://reporterexpert.com/dr-johanan-rand-treatment).
Dr. Rand is a board-certified anti-aging medicine professional. He is also certified in regenerative and functional medicine. He had been certified by Millennium TBI Network and is a consultant to China’s Elite Health Care. He has spent the last fifteen years treating patients who suffer from acute and chronic pain. He uses traditional, proven methods to help his patients manage their pain.
Dr. Rand has obtained his education from Howard University College of Medicine. He conducted his internship at St. Barnabas Medical Center and his Residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a physiatrist and is licensed in New Jersey as a practicing physician. His affiliation is with the Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains, New Jersey.