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Hormone is a chemical substance produced in the body that controls and regulates the activity of certain cells or organs. Hormones are produced in the endocrine glands and play an important role in carrying messages between cells and organs. When our hormones are in proper balance, the body functions in an optimal condition. However, sometimes hormone levels in the body may be too high or too low. This is known as hormonal imbalance. It can happen at any age. The tiniest change in hormone level may have a serious effect on the body. There are different types of hormones in the body and they function differently too. Examples of hormones in the body are
- Insulin: Allows the body to use glucose/sugar for energy. It keeps the blood sugar level from getting too high
- Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3): Two hormones released by thyroid gland, to control metabolism of the body. It regulates body weight, determine energy levels, body temperature, skin and hair
- Estrogen: A female sex hormone released by the ovaries for reproduction, menstruation and menopause
- Progesterone: This hormone is produced in the ovaries. It helps to maintain pregnancy as well prepare for conception
- Testosterone: It is a male sex hormone, to help development of secondary sexual characteristics such as increasing the mass of muscles and bones and growth of body hair
- Serotonin: A hormone that enhance mood. Serotonin plays an important role in learning and memory, sleep regulation, digestion, mood regulation and muscular function
- Cortisol: This hormone is produced in the adrenal gland, to control physical and psychological stress. Also, increase heart rate, blood pressure and rate of respiration in circumstances that is danger
- Adrenaline: Adrenaline is known as the emergency hormone due to its function that initiates rapid reaction for one to respond immediately
- Growth hormone: This hormone is named as somatotropin hormone. It stimulates growth, reproduction of cells and to boost metabolism – all of which are important to human development.
General common symptoms of hormonal imbalance:
- Gaining of weight
- Extreme tiredness
- Frequent urination
- Aches in the muscle
- Hair thinning
- Blurred vision
- Constipation or frequent bowel movements
Possible causes of hormonal imbalance:
- Injury or trauma
- Thyroid that is underactive or overactive
- PE Evolution (30 softgels): Enhanced formulation of Sheep Placenta Extracts with Premium Fish DNA Cellular Extract and Ubiquinol. Sheep Placenta Extracts helps to regulate hormone secretion, restoring the normal function of hormones producing glands in our body.
- VP Evolution (30 softgels): Enhanced formulation of Vegetal Placenta Extracts which contains naturally occurring isoflavonoids that provides many health benefits, to ease menopausal symptoms. Phytowhite Tripeptide is important for enzyme activation, affecting every system in the body especially the endocrine system.
- AHL Melting Tablets (60 tablets): With natural isoflavone, cholecalciferol and biotin, AHL Melting tablet stabilise fluctuating hormonal imbalance caused by anxiety, stress, disease, medication, and other factors.
- Beginner Pack: PE Evolution (10 softgels) + VP Evolution (10 softgels) + AHL Melting Tablets (30 tablets)
Recommended daily intake
35days course (maintenance) – long term
1st 15 days for hindering xenoestrogen : 1 tablet AHL in the morning and night through sublingual, empty stomach.
2nd 10 days for promotion of hormonal balance: 1 softgel VP Evo in the morning, 30 minutes before breakfast.
3rd 10days for hormonal regulation and emotional wellbeing: 1 softgel PE Evo in the morning, 30 minutes before breakfast.
For individualise intensive (Repair) course, kindly seek our nutritionist advice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Healthy food intake: Eliminate excess sugar or processed foods, reduce intake of red meat, and eat at least 2 servings of vegetables in a day.
- Exercise: Exercise on a daily basis to help with detoxification. Remember to have around 30- 45 minutes of workout a day if you exercise 5 days a week.
- Stress management: Talk to the local community support group, a counsellor or someone you can trust.
- Sleep well: Get a minimum of 7-8 hours of sleep every day.
- Beware of intake of medications and birth control. Avoid birth control pills because it can disrupt the readily available amount of sex hormone in the body.
- Use essential oils
- Licorice root. It helps to balance hormone levels related to stress.
- Cordyceps, a type of fungus with high antioxidant. It helps to slightly increase the cortisol and testosterone levels.
- Make sure there is a gap in between consumption of supplements, a minimum of 30 minutes before taking the next one.
- Consult your physician if you are taking any medications before consuming our products.
- Pregnant, lactating mothers or with medical conditions, kindly consult physician before consuming our products.
- Protocol of consumption is only a general rule of thumb, for personalized nutritional advice, kindly contact our nutritionist.