Clinician's Women's Hormone Support Capsules 90s
As women age, hormonal imbalance can be inevitable. If there is an imbalance in oestrogen or it converts to other forms, it can have a negative impact on the body. Hormonal imbalance in general, is difficult to diagnose. But the general factors that affect hormones are the food we eat, lack of regular physical activity and stress level. Clinician's Women's Hormone Support contains Di-indolylmethane, a natural extract from brassica vegetables, which supports oestrogen balance, and aids in the detoxification of harmful oestrogens.
- Helps the body maintain healthy oestrogen balance
- Assists in supporting the liver to clear excess or less helpful forms of oestrogen
- Also helps during PMS or menstrual imbalance
- Gluten free
- Suitable for use alongside standard conventional treatments and medications
- Dosing is based on research
- Can be used long term
Each Capsule Contains: Di-indolylmethane 100mg, Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate) 33mg
Also contains: Tapioca powder.
No added: Gluten, dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours or preservatives.
Adults may take 1 capsule twice daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Are there any warnings and precautions?
May give urine a slightly pink tinge in some individuals. No tests were performed on suitability for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not recommended during these times.
Di-indolylmethane is a simple derivative of Indoyl 3 Carbinol (I3C) which is extracted from brassica vegetables. It has been known for a long time that consuming adequate amounts of brassica vegetables (cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts) is important for the body's natural defences. I3C is an active substance which metabolises DIM in the stomach. DIM has greater activity than I3C and acts in a beneficial manner to support estrogen balance in the human body.
It may be a misconception to think that hormonal imbalance only strikes during menopause. Infact, with so many factors to consider, hormonal imbalance can affect women in their younger years. Some of the most common signs of hormonal imbalance are: persistent weight gain, appearance of belly fat and loss of muscle mass, low libido, anxiety/depression/irritability, insomnia and poor sleep patterns, sweating, digestion problems, and cravings.