Archive for the ‘Testimonials’ Category

Hur livet kan se ut när östrogentanken är tom

För några veckor sedan kontaktade jag en vän som jag inte sett på länge för att ses på en fika.  När vi träffades tyckte jag inte att  jag kände igen henne. Hon såg annorlunda ut och betedde sig lite konstigt. Jag blev lite orolig men jag sa ingenting. Nån vecka senare fick jag ett... Read More

My visit to Mia at her Center for Hormone and Nutritional Balance gave me a platform that helped me understand the physical and emotional overlap in my life

Dear Mia, At 56 years of age I experienced severe burn out from a highly stressful job of twenty years. My health was in serious decline and I dragged myself through life. Physically and emotionally drained, I had severe osteoporosis in my left hip and spine, incontinence issues, no sex drive, and... Read More

After dealing with the physical and emotional strains of chronic yeast infections for over four years, I found Mia Lundin.

After dealing with the physical and emotional strains of chronic yeast infections for over four years, I found Mia Lundin. It was like a breath of fresh air. I had visited over 10 doctors and two so called specialists and had been told anything from "it's all in your head" to "sometimes bodies... Read More

Desperate and having thought about suicide

Dearest Mia, First off, Happy New Year to you, your loved ones and staff. I wanted to write to you today to let you know that a few days before my period, I am singing and smiling and sleeping. My health started declining in my mid 30s and I developed asthma and many, many allergies and... Read More

Bravo for Mia! This book is going to help many women.

Mia Lundin's first book, Female Brain Gone Insane, is a little gem amidst all the various publications regarding women, menopause and hormone replacement therapy. If you've been through a rough menopause then you know that the title is all too accurate. This book is multifaceted, acting as a text... Read More

Low Serotonin, Depressive, Neurotic, Estrogen Dominant, Perimenopausal Woman Finds Hope and Answers

"After years of going through... well I don't have to tell you - you can find me in your book on pages 75,76,77 and 78. I am the typical low serotonin, depressive, neurotic, estrogen dominant perimenopausal woman. "It only took me three years to find out the above. Your book "Female Brain Gone... Read More