Jaime Olson, 36, is being sought for violating probation and failure to register as a sex offender.
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So what happens when you take exogenous – which just means supplemental from outside of your body – hormones?
Chris Kresser: I had some plantains fried in a little bit of expeller-pressed coconut oil, and I had some bacon and some eggs and some raw sauerkraut, so pretty straight forward this time. There’s the replacement model of endocrinology and the functional model of endocrinology.Let’s say that your thyroid hormone levels are low.Well, the pituitary as the control tower that monitors these hormones will pick up on that, and it will send out larger amounts of thyroid-stimulating hormone, which then acts on the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormone. If you have high levels of thyroid hormone in your blood, the pituitary will see that and it will send out less thyroid-stimulating hormone in order to make less thyroid hormone because it sees that there’s already too much in the blood.The replacement model is basically measuring what’s low and replacing it.So you go to the doctor and they measure your hormones. It is concerned with determining the underlying cause or source of the problem and addressing it at that level, and then once you do that, the hormones basically take care of themselves because there are basic systems in the body that are required for proper hormone function, and if you make sure those systems are functioning well, then the hormones will usually be in balance and at optimal levels.