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All the leaves are brown...And the sky is gray...I’ve been for a walk...On a winter’s day...I’d be safe and warm...If I was in L.A. California Dreamin’...On such a winter’s day – The Mama’s and Papa’s California Dreamin’.

As one of the most popular and iconic songs of the 1960s, California Dreamin’ was a common theme for folks back east suffering from another drab, dreary winter while seeing the television screen of the ever sunny California, especially in Los Angeles (L.A.).

Trends that start in the City of Angels often eventually permeate the rest of the country. As the home of many movie stars, Los Angeles is on the cutting-edge of beauty, fitness, food, beaches, sunshine, and a perpetual summertime vacation-like atmosphere.

In 2020 L.A. boasted a population of 3,898,747, which made Tinseltown the largest city in the state of California, and the second largest city in the United States, second only to New York City.

From the shores of the Pacific Ocean to the Santa Monica Mountains through the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles covers 469 square miles, and L.A. County is home to 9.68 million residents, giving it the title of the most populous county in the United States.

And that means there are countless things to see and do in what is often referred to as “la-la land.” Let’s take a look at a few of them:

  • Hollywood. “You can see all the stars as you walk down Hollywood Boulevard” were the lyrics of a popular song, and it’s true. In addition to the stars, you can hike up to the Hollywood sign for a panoramic view of the city; Madame Tussauds Hollywood, home to the wax figures of many stars, and Hollywood’s Forever Cemetery, which is the final resting place of many actors that we grew up with; The Hollywood Museum; Sunset Boulevard, and enough restaurants to feed an army division will make a journey through Hollywood memorable.

  • Another name for L.A. is “The Entertainment Capital of the World,” and no visit to Los Angeles would be complete without a tour of Universal Studios. Here is a chance to get close to the forbidding, horrendous monsters from Jurassic World, go on The Forbidden Journey with Harry Potter, and immerse yourself in the incredible, real-lifelike technology of The Ride 3-D. The tour guides love to share the secrets of what goes on behind the scenes in creating these cinema attractions.

  • Venice Beach. Los Angeles is known as an eclectic town, and no part of L.A. fits that description more than Venice Beach. From jugging chainsaws and skateboarders to incredibly unique art offerings and shops and storefronts with varied, colorful offerings, there is never a dull moment on this boardwalk. Check out the muscle-heads training at the outdoor weight pile of the appropriately named Muscle Beach, and bring an appetite for the dozens of street food options. Don’t forget to take pictures.

  • Created by the late oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, the Getty Center, and the Getty Villa are two separate locations in L.A. The Getty Center is high on the hills of the Santa Monica Mountains in Brentwood, and the Getty Villa hugs the Pacific Ocean coastline in Pacific Palisades. The Getty Villa is uniquely filled with ancient Greek and Roman art, serene gardens, a picturesque view, and a gentle, cooling breeze from the nearby ocean. The Getty Center is more geared toward modern art but also has an impressive collection of classic art. Both Getty locations are fabulous places to relax and stroll the gardens, even if you are not an art aficionado.

  • Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory. Spanning over 4,210 acres, Griffith Park is the largest park in L.A. and one of the largest parks in the country. There is so much to do here! The Los Angeles Zoo is home to more than 270 animals of different species in their natural habitat, and the botanical garden boasts a broad collection of plants from all across the globe. The Griffith Observatory promises to “Explore the Universe for free in the heart of Los Angeles!” and discover the mysteries of the universe through the laws of chemistry and physics. There is also a Greek Theater and several relaxing walking trails where you can enjoy the picturesque view of the city, a game of tennis, or a round of golf.

  • The Original Farmers Market. Located in West Los Angeles, The Los Angeles Farmers Market goes way back to the 1930s, when two entrepreneurs came up with the concept of creating a village where local farmers could sell their produce. The idea was an immediate success, considering the country was in the grips of a major depression. As with so many west-coast developments, the idea caught on and spread across the US. Soon the location became more than a food outlet; celebrities were often sighted, and festivals of music, parades, and other activities were regular happenings, which remains steadfast in modern times.

  • Page Museum and La Brea Tar Pits In Hancock Park. If you are looking to travel back in time by 40,000 years, the La Brea Tar Pits is the place to see realistic recreations of the unfortunate animals caught in the hellish tar pits. The Tar Pits were formed thousands of years ago when oil oozed out of the rock and snared traveling animals. The George C. Page Museum tells the saga of prehistoric creatures through fossils and explains how the fossils are uncovered and preserved. On display in the museum are life-like saber-toothed cats, mammoths, coyotes, enormous mastodons, tapirs, dire wolves, and others caught in the “carnivore trap,” the description of large animals trapped in the tar, and scavengers who become trapped while stopping for a quick snack so long ago.

  • Professional Sports. Los Angeles has a broad range of professional teams spanning the entire sports spectrum. The L.A. Rams and L.A. Chargers of the National Football League, The L.A. Dodgers and the Los Angeles Anaheim Angels of Major League Baseball, The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association, The L.A. Kings and the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League, and the L.A. Galaxy and the Los Angeles FC of Major League Soccer all guarantee that the sports action never ceases in Los Angeles.

  • Disneyland. Alice in Wonderland...Disneyland After Dark...The Grand Circle Tour...Star Wars...Guided tours...Big Thunder Mountain Railroad...Disneyland is magical in so many ways.

  • There is more to do in Los Angeles, so much more. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will keep art lovers engrossed for hours. A trip to Malibu to contemplate the coastline, the beachside mansions, and dine at the many seafood eateries...Santa Monica, where you can ride the famous Ferris Wheel at the Santa Monica Pier and shop at the Third Street Promenade...Beverly Hills, where you can see the world-famous Rodeo Drive for yourself and splurge a bit at the city's "Golden Triangle" of high-class stores and restaurants...Long Beach, where you can check out the Queen Mary ocean liner and hop on board the Catalina Express for a brief sailing excursion to Santa Catalina Island...the Battleship Iowa Museum will give you an added appreciation of the sacrifice of our sailors on WW2...the Petersen Automotive Museum that will enthrall car enthusiasts with a collection of more than 300 cars and motorcycles...the California Science Center that is home to the Space Shuttle Endeavour and discover dozens of scientific facts about our ecosystem...the Natural History Museum that is a spell-binding trip back in time...the attractions just keep growing.

And excellent health is also a part of Los Angeles Culture

Think about it. California in general, and Los Angeles in particular, has a vibrancy and energy that can be felt. L.A. is where fitness, beauty, and nutrition are integral to the culture. How in the world could anyone participate in the lively pace of life in Los Angeles without being energetic?

And proper hormone balance plays a massive role in optimal health

Medical professionals have long known that hormone levels drop as we age. This decline begins around the age of thirty and, if left untreated, continues at a rate of approximately 10% per year.

The results of this unwanted development are hideous: Weakened muscles, increased joint aches and pains, brain fog and memory problems, dry, withered, wrinkled skin; stiffness, insomnia, and impaired quality of sleep; loss of libido and ability to perform sexually; and, last but certainly not least, increasing fatigue.

These horrendous symptoms add up to a diminished quality of life. This translates into not being able to enjoy all of the attractions listed earlier.

But it doesn’t have to be this way!

Physical deterioration is not inevitable. Our hormone clinics can help you fight the maladies of aging.

Our clinics are staffed with a wide array of professionals who can design a program uniquely suited for you. We treat patients as individuals and don’t use a “cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all” approach.

We start by analyzing your blood sample using a Comprehensive Hormone panel evaluation. This helps us determine your general health and your current hormone levels.

Then we discuss the various hormone therapies available to you. We offer human growth hormone (HGH) replacement therapy, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), and sermorelin therapy. Sermorelin is a growth hormone secretagogue that is a group of molecules that stimulate the pituitary gland to secrete growth hormone.

These hormones can be administered individually or in combination. Our program will be created to restore your hormones to a proper balance safely and efficiently.

But we don’t stop with hormones.

   In addition to hormone replacement therapy, we will provide you with specific recommendations for nutrition, supplements, exercise, deep, restorative sleep, controlling toxins in your environment, and stress reduction.

This holistic approach will set the table for your hormone therapy to deliver precisely what we promise.

But we can’t swing into action until we hear from you.

Just give us a call or fill out the contact form on the side of the page and receive a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our hormone specialists.

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