If you take a look over on Amazon, you'll find "Dr. Eckhart's" book and Progestelle being sold. One of the reviewers of the product had found my blog and, along with some other issues they had with the product, noted that they didn't like the fact that Dr. Eckhart is a made-up person. A "Progestelle Customer Rep" replies to all of her concerns about the product, except, the claim that Dr. Eckhart isn't real. A representative of the company won't even attempt to come to his defense say that he exists! Here are screen shots of everything that is said.
NOWHERE does the rep say "Dr. Eckhart is a real medical doctor" or address her concern at all!
And again, another Amazon reviewer brings up that there is NO Peter Eckhart MD, and the Progestelle Rep completely ignores the issue, and gives the same excuses that "It's not working for you because you didn't eliminate all of the phytoestrogens." Which is a really easy answer to give because most people can't avoid all 150 substances!
So go ahead, ask the Women's Therapeutic Institute: is Dr. Peter Eckhart MD real? Is he even a doctor? Their answer will be no!