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A Sound Hormone Nutritional Strategy for Women

Certain carefully formulated nutrients provide well-rounded nutritional support during the reproductive years through perimenopause.

From puberty to menopause, a woman's natural hormone balance can be affected by many factors. These include an unhealthy lifestyle, stress, genetics, chemical exposures, current and past health issues, pregnancy and childbirth history, and even her mother's health during pregnancy.

The phases of a woman's menstrual cycle depend on certain hormones (such as estrogen and progesterone) triggering one another as their levels naturally rise and fall. When that delicate hormone balance is disturbed, menstrual symptoms may follow. Fortunately, nutritional strategies, such as healthy eating plans and targeted supplementation, offer effective and natural ways to support healthy hormone balance through perimenopause.

Support for the Reproductive Years through Perimenopause

Supporting a healthy hormone balance with proper nutrition may help to improve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and perimenopause, as well as support reproductive and overall health.

Certain carefully formulated nutrients—such as non-soy phytoestrogens, calcium, vitamin D, targeted B vitamins, and choline—provide well-rounded nutritional support during the reproductive years through perimenopause. In combination with high quality whey protein—which is ideal for women who may be sensitive to lactose or soy-based formulas—these nutrients:

  • Encourage healthy hormone balance
  • Support bone health
  • Promote cardiovascular and liver health
  • Provide multidimensional antioxidant protection
  • Enhance immune function
  • Promote a healthy body composition

Please visit us at: Innovative Nutrition, 206 Rt. 25A (next to Marios), in East Setauket, NY or online at: www.vibranthealthcompany.net

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