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The Three Best Friends: Reviewing the Relationship Between the Ovarian Theca, Granulosa and Lutein Cells

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If asked, most practitioners understand the basics regarding sex hormone production or report “hormones are made in the ovaries.” However, this only scratches the surface. Understanding female sex hormones requires a deep understanding of the dynamic dance between the brain, theca, granulosa, and lutein cells of the ovary.

Goals and Outlines

  • Review the anatomy of the ovaries to include the blood supply, lymphatic system and nerve innervation that helps with follicular development and hormone production.
  • Review statistics on follicular numbers and development.
  • Discuss follicular progression from pre-antral to ovulation.
  • Understand the physiology of theca cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Understand the physiology of granulosa cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Understand the physiology of lutein cell development and the hormones produced.
  • Apply dietary, lifestyle and supplemental support to optimize each of these stages.
  • Discuss medications and lifestyle factors that can disrupt each of these stages.
  • Briefly review how disruptions in these cells can lead to hormonal dysfunction such as PCOS, anovulation, relative estrogen dominance compared to progesterone in the luteal phase and more.
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    Carrie Jones

    The Three Best Friends: Reviewing the Relationship Between the Ovarian Theca, Granulosa and Lutein Cells - Distance Education

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    The Three Best Friends: Reviewing the Relationship Between the Ovarian Theca, Granulosa and Lutein Cells
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    NCCAOM 553-727: 2.0 AOM-BIO- Florida 50-8743; 20-794227, 2.0 BIOMED
    Texas Provider CAE00011; 2.0 CAE BIOMED - Illinois (225.000020) 2.0 CEU
    California 591; Cat 1, 2.0 CEU - Mass 2.0 - Alberta 2.0
    CNDA 3.0 CEU - CONO 3.0 CAT A

    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Risk - Distance Education

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    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Risk
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    California Provider 591, 3 CEU; Category 1 - ABORM Member renewal 3 CEU
    Texas CAE00011; 3 CAE BIOMED - Illinois (225.000020) 3 CEU
    NCCAOM 553-603; 3 PDA AOM-BIO - Massachusetts; 3 CEU
    Florida 50-8743; 20-685177; 3.0 BIO
    CONO Cat A 2.5 credits

    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Risk

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    02-19-2020 through 02-19-2021
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    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Riskimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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    Estrogen detoxification is taught as phase 1, 2 and 3 but should be addressed in the reverse order. Phases 1 and 2 occur in the liver and are known as estrogen metabolism. Once water soluble, estrogen must leave the cell and enter phase 3 detoxification. A healthy metabolism shunts estrogen into 2-OH and then through methylation via COMT into 2-methoxy for proper disposal from the body.

    • Understand how estrogen (endogenous or exogenous) moves through phase 1, 2 and 3 detoxification
    • Review the genetic snps and enzymes involved in each phase in order to optimize clearance and reduce risks/symptoms
    • Discuss the microbiome and estrobolome and its influence on estrogen clearance
    • Discuss food sources and natural treatments that have been shown in the literature to improve estrogen metabolism outcomes through the different phases.

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    Carrie Jones

    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Risk

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    Get Out! Understanding Proper Estrogen Detoxification through Phases 1, 2 and 3 to Reduce Risk
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    California Provider 591, 3 CEU; Category 1 - ABORM Member renewal 3 CEU
    Florida 50-8743; 20-685179; 3.0 BIO
    NCCAOM 553-602; 3 PDA AOM-BIO - Massachusetts; 3 CEU
    Texas CAE00011; 3 CAE BIOMED - Illinois (225.000020) 3 CEU
    CONO Cat A 2.5 credits

    Carrie Jones

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    Carrie Jones
    Dr. Carrie Jones is an internationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator on the topic of women’s health and hormones. She graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), School of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon where she also completed her 2-year residency in women’s health, hormones and endocrinology. Later she graduated from Grand Canyon University’s Master of Public Health program with a goal of doing more international education.