What is BioTe?
BioTe created a revolutionary hormone therapy called Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). This treatment works both for Women (female BHRT) and men (male BHRT). It helps relieve both emotional and physical symptoms of hormonal imbalance.
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is a custom hormone replacement therapy designed to target various symptoms and conditions that happens with hormonal imbalance. This treatment is so successful because BHRT pellets closely replicate the molecular structure of human hormones.
Optimize your hormones and optimize your life!
This product sounds like a miracle (and maybe even too good to be true), but don’t worry, there is a science to back it up, and we want to explain it to you.
Many factors were involved when this product was created: research, quality control protocols, clinical training, certifications, continuous education, and many case studies backed up the creation and was tested on patients.
Research, Innovate healthcare through hormone optimization
Constant research is crucial for every product to thrive. Being a leader in an emerging industry requires many hours and resources of examination to give the customers a product backed up by science. Biote’s goal is to be a voice in an industry where there’s not a lot of research or even products.
Some studies of Biote’s clinical research for hormone optimization are:
- Studies For Menopausal Women: Estrogen, Brain Structure, and Cognition, and The Effects of Hormone Therapy on the Ocular Surface and Intraocular Pressure.
- Studies for Men: News article about Covid Reduces Male Sex Hormone Levels, a review in testosterone in men
- Further studies were conducted for: Breast cancer, complications, thyroid disease, testosterone insufficiency in women, and many more.
If you want to read the articles, check out Biote’s website.
Continuous Education, essential for growth
As a plus for certified Biote providers, they offer a platform within their site that includes webinars and resources about updates and information, patient guides, correct diagnosis, dosing, workflow & scheduling, supplies, and management and follow-up.