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ESTROGEN BALANCE

Phytoestrogens, DIM, Progesterone, Female Hormone Balance


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  • Phytoestrogen Description
  • DIM (Diindolylmethane) Description
  • Progesterone Description
  • Estrogen Balance Products




  • PHYTOESTROGENS DESCRIPTION

    PHYTOHORMONES

    Many plants produce chemicals that mimic or interact with hormone signals in animals. At least 20 such phytohormones have been identified in at least 300 plants from more than 16 different plant families. The estrogen-like phytoestrogens are the most studied of all the phytochemicals. In general, phytoestrogens are weaker than the natural estrogen hormones (such as estradiol) found in humans and animals or the very potent synthetic estrogens used in birth control pills and other drugs.

    Exposure to phytoestrogens is mainly through diet. The estrogenic plant compounds are widespread in food, including herbs and seasonings (Garlic, Parsley), grains (Soybeans, Wheat, Rice), vegetables (Beans, Carrots, Potatoes), fruits (Date, Pomegranates, Cherries, Apples), and drinks (Coffee). The two most studied phytoestrogen groups are lignans and isoflavones. Lignans are products of intestinal microbial breakdown of compounds found in whole grains, fibers, flaxseeds and many fruits and vegetables. Enterodiol and enterolactone are examples of lignans. Isoflavones, such as genistein and daidzein, occur in Soybeans and other legumes.

    Since scientists have found phytoestrogens in human urine and blood samples, we know these compounds can be absorbed into our bodies. In fact, phytoestrogens have one of several fates after being eaten: they can be excreted; they can be absorbed into our bodies; or they can be broken down into other compounds that can also be potent phytoestrogens.

    We are exposed daily to highly variable amounts of phytoestrogens. While adults eating a vegetarian diet or those taking dietary supplements containing phytoestrogens have high levels of exposure, infants drinking soy-based formula have the highest exposure levels by far. In most cases, the soy formula is the only source of nutrition for these infants during their first few months of life. The infants, then, are exposed to 10 times greater concentrations of phytoestrogens than adult vegetarians.

    According to recent estimates in the United States, more than 15 percent of babies are given soy formula. In the United States, soy formula is easily available "over-the-counter." However, in European countries, it is available by prescription only. The isoflavones genistein and daidzein are two phytoestrogens found at very high levels in soy formula.

    There are currently differing opinions about the role of phytoestrogens in health. For adults, when consumed as part of an ordinary diet, phytoestrogens are considered safe and possibly beneficial. Some studies on cancer incidences in different countries suggest that phytoestrogens may help protect against certain cancers (breast, uterus, and prostate). However, it is still unclear whether this beneficial effect is due to increased amounts of phytoestrogens in the diet or to the resulting low fat content of the diet. Similar beneficial effects of dietary phytoestrogen supplements have not been documented. On the contrary, eating very high levels of phytoestrogens may pose health risks. Studies with laboratory and farm animals, as well as wildlife eating high amounts of phytoestrogen-rich plants, have documented reproductive problems.

    POSSIBLE HEALTH BENEFITS

    Recent research may help identify potential health benefits and shed light on how plant compounds may protect against certain diseases. Phytoestrogens have been suggested as cancer preventatives and as treatments for menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis. Laboratory animal studies and comparisons of Asian and Western human populations suggest that diet plays a large role in these types of health problems. Asian populations generally eat large quantities of soy products compared to Western populations. One study found that Asian populations have lower rates of hormone-dependent cancers (breast, endometrial) and lower incidences of menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis than Westerners. Asian immigrants living in Western nations also have increased risk of these maladies as they "Westernize" their diets to include more protein and fat and reduce their fiber and soy intake.

    Other studies also suggest that phytoestrogens may offer long-term protection against some cancers including breast, colon, prostate, liver, and leukemia. According to some animal studies, phytoestrogens (mostly those found in soy-based products) eaten as part of an adult diet can protect against some types of cancer and may even inhibit tumor growth. Another animal study found that young rats injected with genistein (a soy isoflavone) and then exposed to a cancer-causing agent later in life developed fewer mammary tumors and waited longer to develop them than the non-exposed rats. Another study reported that infants on soy based infant formulas have improved cholesterol synthesis rates later in life. This study supports the idea that phytoestrogens are bioactive and can have an effect in humans even at levels found in soy infant formulas.

    Gaining these possible benefits may involve more than just eating more soy products. Asians, for instance, have been eating these compounds for thousands of years and may have evolutionary adaptations that allow them to use phytoestrogens to their advantage. And, some plant and soy products contain other potential anti-cancer substances (such as protease inhibitors and antioxidants) that may be responsible for the proposed health benefits.

    Evaluating health effects of phytoestrogens is difficult and depends on numerous factors, including the kind and dose (amount) of phytoestrogens eaten and the age, gender, and health of the person. For instance, the very foods that interfere with the endocrine messaging centers during a baby's development may help protect against breast and prostate cancer in adults. There is strong evidence that lifetime exposure to natural estrogens, such as estradiol, increases the risk of certain kinds of cancer, such as uterine cancer. Phytoestrogens may help reduce that risk because they may lower a person's lifetime exposure to natural estrogens by competing for estrogen receptor sites or changing the way natural estrogens are broken down. It is possible that these endocrine interferences can reduce a person's exposure to natural estrogens thus reducing the cancer risk in so called target tissues, mostly reproductive organs that respond to sex hormone signals.

    POSSIBLE HEALTH RISKS

    As for adverse health effects, the most likely risks associated with phytoestrogens deal with infertility and developmental problems. Humans have used plants for medicinal and contraceptive purposes for eons. According to modern-day analyses, many of the plants historically noted for their ability to prevent pregnancies or cause miscarriages contain phytoestrogens and other hormonally-active substances. For instance, during fourth century BC, Hippocrates noted that the Wild Carrot (Queen Anne's Lace) prevented pregnancies. Its seeds, we now know, contain a chemical that blocks progesterone, a hormone that is necessary for establishing and maintaining pregnancy.
    Diets rich in certain phytoestrogens also adversely affect the fertility of experimental and domestic animals. For instance, phytoestrogens in dry, summertime grasses reduced the number of offspring in wild populations of California quail and deer mice. Australian sheep suffered from reproductive problems and infertility after grazing in pastures with the phytoestrogen-containing clover Trifolium subterraneum. Two phytoestrogens, equol and coumestrol, were identified as the culprits. A group of captive cheetahs experienced infertility while on a diet rich in soy. When the soy was replaced with corn, their fertility was restored.

    Additionally, phytoestrogens may influence development and trigger life-long effects. Mice and rats exposed before or right after birth to several phytoestrogens, including coumestrol and genistein, develop adverse reproductive function later in life. The studies report altered ovarian development, altered estrous cycles, problems with ovulation, and subfertility (fewer pregnancies; fewer pups per litter), and infertility. Other rat studies find developmental exposure to genistein alters pituitary responses that contribute to the ovulation problems. Altered mammary gland differentiation leading to increased cancer risk is also reported following developmental exposure to genistein. In addition, mice treated right after birth with genistein had an increased incidence of uterine cancer later in life.

    Some researchers are most concerned about exposure of unborn fetuses and infants to high levels of phytoestrogens since development is highly controlled by hormones of the endocrine system. Human epidemiology studies document adverse effects of genistein. One study found that women eating a vegetarian diet during pregnancy have male offspring with an increased incidence of hypospadias (a birth defect in boys where the penis opening is not located in the normal position at the tip of the penis), possibly due to high maternal levels of soy isoflavones.

    Other studies show young adult men and women fed soy based formulas as infants had increased use of allergy medicines and women had longer menstrual bleeding and more discomfort during the menstrual cycle than their counterparts who were fed cow based formula. This is remarkable considering the small sample size in that study (268 women in the cow based formula group and 128 in the soy based formula group). Therefore, the adverse effects of developmental exposure to genistein remain of particular concern.

    Phytoestrogens behave like hormones, although they are generally less potent. Like any hormone, too much or too little can alter hormone-dependent tissue functions. Taking too much of any hormone may not be good for humans or animals. Similarly, too many phytoestrogens, at the wrong time, may lead to adverse health effects. Experimental animal studies, such as those outlined, can help us define dietary levels that are safe and clarify the possible reproductive and developmental risks associated with phytoestrogens.

    EXPLAINING WHY PLANTS MAKE PHYTOESTROGENS

    Some scientists believe that plants make phytoestrogens as a defense mechanism to stop or limit predation by plant-eating animals. Instead of protecting themselves with thistles or thorns or tasting bad, these plants use chemicals that affect the predatory animal's fertility. Although using estrogen-mimicking compounds for protection may sound far-fetched, it makes sense from an evolutionary stance. Many real-life examples support the theory that plants and animals change together, or co-evolve, over time. The explanation goes something like this: to avoid predation, plants produce compounds (phytoestrogens) that limit an herbivores reproduction. Thus, the predator's population decreases and more plants can prosper.

    But remember, because of genetic differences, not all species or individuals of a given species will react to the phytoestrogens in the same way. While some herbivores may show fertility problems, others may acquire resistance - like some insects are resistant to pesticides and some bacteria can survive antibiotics. Likewise, some humans may be more susceptible to the benefits and risks of phytoestrogens than others would be.

    FURTHER RESOURCES

  • About Herbs, Botanicals and Other Products Web site. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
  • Database on the Isoflavone Content of Foods. US Department of Agriculture and Iowa State University.
  • E-Hormone: Phytoestrogens.





  • DIM (DIINDOLYLMETHANE) DESCRIPTION

    DIM - Diindolylmethane (DIM) is formed by acid catalyzed dimerization of indole-3-carbinol. DIM is an indole plant nutrient found in cruciferous vegetables including Broccoli, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower. Unlike other plant nutrients, such as Soy Isoflavones, DIM has unique and distinct hormonal benefits.

    DIM appears to support the activity of specific enzymes that improve estrogen metabolism in both men and women. Scientific research shows that DIM increases the level of "good" estrogens (2-hydroxyestrogen) while reducing the level of "bad" estrogens (16-hydroxyestrogen). Underproduction of 2-hydroxyestrogen in women has been linked to PMS, mid-life obesity, painful menstruation, recurrent breast pain, cervical dysplasia, abnormal fibroid cell growth, as well as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. In men, obesity and chronic inflammation have been linked to underproduction of 2-hydroxyestrogen.

    DIM stimulates more efficient estrogen metabolism. Supplementing the diet with DIM and eating cruciferous vegetables increase the specific aerobic metabolism for estrogen, multiplying the chance for estrogen to be broken down into its beneficial, or "good" estrogen metabolites. By promoting a healthy estrogen metabolism, DIM adjusts the balance of estradiol to its "good" metabolites. This may also result in a more desirable action from testosterone. Testosterone supports energy and mood and helps sustain interest in sex in both men and women. When supplemental DIM is taken along with a program of regular exercise, it may help estrogen and testosterone contribute to good physical conditioning.

    DIM contributes to a better metabolism in the most natural way possible by working with your own hormones and adjusting their action to avoid hormonal imbalance. DIM helps to eliminate active estrogen from the male body by promoting its conversion into the "good" metabolites. These metabolites then free up testosterone by bumping it off the testosterone-binding proteins. The end result is a healthier balance of testosterone to estrogen and more free (unbound) testosterone circulating in the body. In scientific studies, high levels of testosterone and low levels of estrogen have been linked to lean body mass, an efficient fat-burning metabolism, and low abdominal obesity.

    BENEFITS OF DIM

  • Promotes healthy estrogen metabolism and balance.
  • Helps promote the conversion of estrogen to its 2-hydroxyestrogen metabolites and reduces production of the 16-hydroxyestrogen metabolites.
  • Stimulates detoxification enzyme systems.





  • Progesterone Description


  • ESTROGEN BALANCE & RELATED PRODUCTS

  • Estrobalance Supplement Products
  • Every Woman Supplement Products

  • Estrogen-Progesterone Supplement Products
  • Progesterone Supplement Products


  • QUALITY PRODUCTS & SUPPLEMENTS




    ESTROBALANCE PRODUCTS

    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: EstroBalance Supplement Products


    Amazon: EstroBalance With DIM, Enzymatic Therapy, 30 Tabs
    Support for healthy estrogen metabolism. It promotes natural support for estrogen balance and efficient fat metabolism. Promotes breast wellness and healthy cell development. Many women today have high estrogen levels due to stress, diet and environmental exposure to estrogen-like materials. This estrogen dominance can increase your need for hormone balance. DIM, or diindolylmethane, can support healthy estrogen metabolism and hormonal balance, but only if it is absorbed properly. This safe, natural formula contains DIM from Indolplex, specially processed for easy bioavailability by the body.



    Amazon: EstroBalance, Enzymatic Therapy, 60 Tabs
    Hormone levels affect your body in many ways resulting in fatigue, menstrual cramps, mood swings, difficulty losing weight, occasional PMS. EstroBalance with DIM promotes natural support for estrogen balance and efficient fat metabolism, breast wellness and healthy cell development. Many women today have high estrogen levels due to stress, diet and enviromental exposure to estrogen-like materials, These high levels, known as estrogen dominance, can disrupt the estrogen-progesterone ratio, which increases your need for hormone balance. EstroBalance women's formula is a safe naturel formula containing DIM from Indolplex. For DIM (diindolylmethane) to affect hormone balance, it must be specially processed, so this unique formula is designed for easy absorption by the body. 1 Daily Dose equals DIM from 2 pounds of broccoli. Indolplex is a registered trademark for a patented process that establishes DIM in a stable, bioavailable form.



    Amazon: Estrobalance with Absorbable DIM, Enzymatic Therapy, 60 Tabs
    Hormones are an important factor in the way the body works. And, when not in balance, their effect can't be underestimated. This includes fatigue, mood swings, occasional PMS, menstrual cramps and difficulty losing weight. EstroBalance provides natural support for estrogen balance and efficient fat metabolism. It also promotes breast wellness and healthy cell development.




  • Nutrition Basics: Estrogen Balance Information




  • EVERY WOMAN PRODUCTS

    Every Woman II is a multi-vitamin and mineral herbal supplement that is perfect for taking control of your breast, heart, and vision support. Every Woman II is available in convenient 48 and 96 tablet sizes. These tablets are formulated specifically for the needs of women 40-Plus. They are recognized by the body as food, easily digested, even on an empty stomach. All of New Chapterís Multi-vitamins are probiotic and whole. The herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins and minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits - not just address nutrient deficiencies. The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different - the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapterís formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multi-vitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. Whole-Food B-Vitamin complex and whole foods such as oregano support heart and eye health. A blend of broccoli, kale, and other cruciferous sprouts support healthy estrogen metabolism and breast health. Cultured soy is one of the five sacred grains of the Chinese herbal tradition and is the foundation of superfoods such as tempeh and miso. Traditional cultures consumed soy only if it was fermented - for good reason. While non-fermented soy can disrupt absorption and normal activity of nutritive compounds, modern science has found that cultured soy actually enhances nutritive bioavailability and promotes normal cell growth, heart, and bone health. New Chapter Multis utilize only fermented soy to deliver these compelling benefits supported by each formulaís whole-food vitamins, minerals and herbs.

    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Every Woman Supplement Products


    Amazon: Every Woman One Daily Multivitamin, New Chapter, 72 Tabs
    All of New Chapter's Multivitamins are probiotic and whole. The organic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits, not just address nutrient deficiencies. The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different, the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapter's formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multivitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. New Chapter MultiVitamins are also Non-GMO Project verified - made with organic vegetables and herbs. Every Woman's One Daily is a one-a-day multi that is formulated specifically for the needs of active women under age 40.



    Amazon: Every Woman One Daily 40-Plus Multivitamin, New Chapter, 72 Tabs
    All of New Chapter's Multi-vitamins are probiotic and whole. The organic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits, not just address nutrient deficiencies. The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different, the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapter's formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multivitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. New Chapter MultiVitamins are also Non-GMO Project verified, made with organic vegetables and herbs. Every Woman's One Daily is a one-a-day multi that is formulated specifically for the needs of women over 40.



    Amazon: Every Woman II Multivitamin, New Chapter, 96 Tabs
    All of New Chapter's Multivitamins are probiotic and whole. The organic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits, not just address nutrient deficiencies. The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different, the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapter's formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multivitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. New Chapter MultiVitamins are also Non-GMO Project verified, made with organic vegetables and herbs. Every Woman II is a once-per-meal formula supporting the needs of women over 40.



    Amazon: Every Woman Multivitamin, New Chapter, 120 Tabs (60 Day Supply)
    All of New Chapter's Multi-vitamins are probiotic and whole. The organic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits, not just address nutrient deficiencies. The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different, the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapter's formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multivitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. New Chapter MultiVitamins are also Non-GMO Project verified, made with organic vegetables and herbs. Every Woman is a two-per-day formula supporting the needs of women under 40.


  • Nutrition Basics: Every Woman Supplement Informationj



  • ESTROGEN-PROGESTERONE PRODUCTS

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Phyto-Estrogen Cream, Source Naturals, 2 oz. (2500)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Plus With Phyto Estrogen, Life Flo Health Care Products, 4 oz. (51422)
    HerbsPro: Natural Estrogen With Pomegranate Extract, Life Extension, 60 Caps (112722)
    HerbsPro: Phyto-Estrogen Power, Natures Herbs, 150 Caps (17603)


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Female Hormone Balance Supplement Products
    Amazon: Natural Estrogen With Pomegranate Supplement Products
    Natural Estrogen with Pomegranate Extract is one answer to the concerns of maintaining healthy hormone function. A review of the published literature reveals some interesting findings about how plant-derived estrogens can provide safe and effective support for such menopausal symptoms as hot flashes.
    Amazon: Phytoestrogen Supplement Products
    Amazon: Female Progesterone With Estrogen Hormone Balance Supplement Products
    Amazon: Genistein Eternal Woman Supplement Products
    Isoflavones are a type of phytoestrogen found in high amounts in soy foods. Genistein is one of the most metabolically active isoflavones. Soy isoflavones, including genistein, have a weak estrogenic activity in the body that can be either agonistic or antagonistic. In other words, phytoestrogens can either mimic or block the effect of estrogen. Soy isoflavones can reduce the incidence of menopausal hot flashes, and also can help maintain a healthy prostate gland in men.
    Amazon: DIM (Diindolylmethane) Supplement Products
    DIM - Diindolylmethane (DIM) is formed by acid catalyzed dimerization of indole-3-carbinol. DIM is an indole plant nutrient found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts and cauliflower. Unlike other plant nutrients, such as soy isoflavones, DIM has unique and distinct hormonal benefits. DIM appears to support the activity of specific enzymes that improve estrogen metabolism in both men and women. Scientific research shows that DIM increases the level of "good" estrogens (2-hydroxyestrogen) while reducing the level of "bad" estrogens (16-hydroxyestrogen). Underproduction of 2-hydroxyestrogen in women has been linked to PMS, mid-life obesity, painful menstruation, recurrent breast pain, cervical dysplasia, abnormal fibroid cell growth, as well as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. In men, obesity and chronic inflammation have been linked to underproduction of 2-hydroxyestrogen. DIM stimulates more efficient estrogen metabolism. Supplementing the diet with DIM and eating cruciferous vegetables increase the specific aerobic metabolism for estrogen, multiplying the chance for estrogen to be broken down into its beneficial, or "good" estrogen metabolites. By promoting a healthy estrogen metabolism, DIM adjusts the balance of estradiol to its "good" metabolites. This may also result in a more desirable action from testosterone. Testosterone supports energy and mood and helps sustain interest in sex in both men and women. When supplemental DIM is taken along with a program of regular exercise, it may help estrogen and testosterone contribute to good physical conditioning. DIM contributes to a better metabolism in the most natural way possible by working with your own hormones and adjusting their action to avoid hormonal imbalance. DIM helps to eliminate active estrogen from the male body by promoting its conversion into the "good" metabolites. These metabolites then free up testosterone by bumping it off the testosterone-binding proteins. The end result is a healthier balance of testosterone to estrogen and more free (unbound) testosterone circulating in the body. In scientific studies, high levels of testosterone and low levels of estrogen have been linked to lean body mass, an efficient fat-burning metabolism, and low abdominal obesity.
    Amazon: DIM-Plus Supplement Products
    DIM-plus contains diindolylmethane, a phytonutrient found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and kale. Unlike other plant nutrients such as soy isoflavones, diindolylmethane has unique hormonal benefits. It supports the activity of enzymes that improve estrogen metabolism. Scientific research shows diindolylmethane increases the level of "good" estrogens (2-hydroxyestrogen) while reducing the level of bad estrogens (16-hydroxyestrogen). When taken as part of a healthy diet, diindolylmethane can help to: Promote healthy estrogen metabolism. Relieve PMS symptoms. Promote fat loss. Support healthy breast, cervical, uterine and prostate tissues. The key is to regularly supplement the diet with diindolylmethane in its most bioavailable, "enhanced absorption" delivery form. (Women): Take two capsules daily with food. (Men): Take two capsules twice daily with food. For Intensive Use (Women & Men): Take up to double the recommended dose.


  • Nutrition Basics: Estrogen Supplement Information



  • PROGESTERONE SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Mist, Natural Progesterone, Life-Flo, 1 oz. (78775)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Mist, Energizing Citrus, Life-Flo, 1 oz. (78776)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care For Women, Life-Flo, 1 oz. (27073)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Response Cream, Emerita, 1 oz. (36140)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream, Source Naturals, 2 oz. (2485)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream, Feminine Balance Therapy, Organic Excellence, 2 oz. (49567)
    HerbsPro: Progest Cream Plus Phyto-Estrogen, Organic Excellence, 2 oz. (83141)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care For Women, Life-Flo, 2 oz. (27075)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Phytoestrogen Cream, Emerita, 2 oz. (18509)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Cream, Paraben Free, Emerita, 2 oz. (18510)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Cream, Paraben Free, Emerita, 2 oz. (67279)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Night Face Cream, Emerita, 2 oz. (70789)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Oh Warming Lubricant, Paraben Free, Emerita, 2 oz. (67280)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Personal Moisturizer, Emerita, 2 oz. (18508)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Natural Lubricant With Vitamin E, Emerita, 2 oz. (33941)
    HerbsPro: Wild Yam & Progesterone, Wise Essentials, 2 oz. Jar (44161)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream, Now Foods, 3 oz. (68627)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream With Lavender, Now Foods, 3 oz. (71688)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Cream, Life-Flo, 3 oz. Pump (83482)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care For Men, Life-Flo, 3 oz. (27079)
    HerbsPro: Wild Yam & Progesterone Pump, Wise Essentials, 3 oz. (50848)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream, Source Naturals, 4 oz. (83788)
    HerbsPro: Progesterone Cream, Source Naturals, 4 oz. Tube (89061)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care With Calming Lavender, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (75094)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care With Cooling Peppermint, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (75095)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Tropical, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (88964)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Estriol, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (104659)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Complete, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (78777)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care For Women, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (51423)
    HerbsPro: Progesta-Care Plus With Phyto Estrogen, Life-Flo, 4 oz. (51422)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Cream, Paraben Free, Emerita, 4 oz. (67280)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Personal Moisturizer, Emerita, 4 oz. (18509)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Femina Cleansing & Moisturizing Wash, Emerita, 4 oz. (82462)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest Cream, Paraben Free, Emerita, 48 Single Use Packets (69607)
    HerbsPro: Pro-Gest-Ade, Enzymatic Therapy, 90 Tabs (12919)


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Progesterone Supplement Products

  • Nutrition Basics: Progesterone Supplement Information
  • Nutrition Basics: Estrogen Balance Supplement Informaton






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    Allspice Leaf Oil
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    AROMATHERAPY: HERBAL & CARRIER OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES


    Almond, Sweet Oil
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    Rosehip Seed Oil
    Safflower Oil
    Sea Buckthorn Oil
    Sesame Seed Oil
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    Tamanu Oil
    Vitamin E Oil
    Wheat Germ Oil





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  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Specialty Supplements
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Vitamins Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Vitamins Introduction


  • NUTRITION BASICS ARTICLES

  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: 4 Basic Nutrients
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Avoid Foods That Contain Additives & Artificial Ingredients
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Is Aspartame A Safe Sugar Substitute?
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Guidelines For Selecting & Preparing Foods
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Foods That Destroy
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Foods That Heal
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: The Micronutrients: Vitamins & Minerals
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Avoid Overcooking Your Foods
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Phytochemicals
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Increase Your Consumption of Raw Produce
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Limit Your Use of Salt
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Use Proper Cooking Utensils
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Choosing The Best Water & Types of Water





  • RELATED MOONDRAGON HEALTH LINKS & INFORMATION

  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Information Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutritional Therapy Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutritional Analysis Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutritional Diet Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutritional Recipe Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Therapy: Preparing Produce for Juicing
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Information: Food Additives Index
  • MoonDragon's Nutrition Information: Food Safety Links
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Index
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Articles
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Back Pain
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Labor & Birth
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Blending Chart
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Essential Oil Details
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Links
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Miscarriage
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Post Partum
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Childbearing
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy For Problems in Pregnancy & Birthing
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Chart of Essential Oils #1
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Chart of Essential Oils #2
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Tips
  • MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Uses
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health Index
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health Information Overview
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health Therapy Index
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health: Touch & Movement Therapies Index
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health Therapy: Touch & Movement: Aromatherapy
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Therapy: Touch & Movement - Massage Therapy
  • MoonDragon's Alternative Health: Therapeutic Massage
  • MoonDragon's Holistic Health Links Page 1
  • MoonDragon's Holistic Health Links Page 2
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Nutrition Basics Index
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Therapy Index
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Massage Therapy
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Hydrotherapy
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Pain Control Therapy
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Relaxation Therapy
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Steam Inhalation Therapy
  • MoonDragon's Health & Wellness: Therapy - Herbal Oils Index







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