Balance is the Key
At the heart of every woman’s health are her hormones, which are always in flux. Their ebb and flow influence all aspects of physical and emotional well-being. When a woman’s hormones are in balance, she feels healthy, energetic, and vital. Starting with puberty, each menstrual cycle orchestrates hormonal changes to prepare a woman for another stage in life. And as women age, gradual fluctuations through postmenopause may further influence virtually every aspect of health.
Over 4 in 5 menstruating women in the U.S. have at least 1 PMS symptom as part of their monthly cycle.
More than 7 in 10 women over 50 experience hot flashes.
9 out of 10 women in the U.S. may not be getting enough calcium.
Over 6 in 10 American women do not take a daily multivitamin/mineral1 supplement.
Modern Lifestyles Disrupt Hormonal Ebb and Flow
Today’s demanding lifestyles put more stress on women’s bodies than they were designed to handle—and women often neglect to take care of themselves properly. The delicate, natural hormonal rhythms and balancing mechanisms are easily offset by factors such as poor nutrition, stress, and lack of sleep or exercise. To complicate matters, estrogen-mimicking chemicals in the environment and hormones in meat and dairy products can interfere with the balance of estrogens and estrogen metabolites. Many women are also faced with an imbalance in the way their hormones are excreted and renewed. These disruptions can cause vitality to diminish and contribute to long-term health concerns.
Nutritional Support for All Ages & Life Stages
Specialized support is often needed to compensate for modern lifestyles or to meet increased nutritional demands during certain female life stages such as pregnancy or menopause. Metagenics offers a complete line of women’s nutritional formulas to promote healthy hormone balance2, vitality, and overall health.*
1 Minerals are essential elements in the diet that are required for making hormones, regulating body functions such as your heartbeat, building bones, and are necessary for numerous enzymatic reactions.
2 Hormone balance, or healthy levels and ratios of hormones, influence all aspects of physical and emotional well-being.