*HOT FLASHES: Relief of vasomotor instability including hot flashes, insomnia, forgetfulness, irritability, depression, vaginal dryness, cystitis, and loss of libido (sex drive). *CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: 50% drop in fatal heart attacks for those women who had a hysterectomy when estrogen is “added-back.” Since cardiovascular disease kills 10 times more women than breast cancer, the use of […]
*CoQ10, a fat-soluble, vitamin-like nutrient that is also called “ubiquinone” because it is found in very human cell, boosts energy, is a powerful antioxidant, and can bolster immune health. Growing research indicates that CoQ10 is valuable for fighting fatigue, preventing and managing heart disease and some cancers, and possibly reversing some of the toxic effects
Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin because when sunlight hits skin, the body produces this vitamin, essential for strong, healthy bones. However, a mountain of new evidence suggests that the vitamin may have a more versatile role than previously thought, particularly when it comes to maintaining a healthy immune system and boosting mood.
“Imagine losing a pound a day but never feeling hungry.” An article published in the June edition of “For Women First” featuring the popular TV provider, Dr. Oz, had the headline featured above. It began its article by referring to the diet as “Dr. Oz’s pregnancy hormone diet.” It then stated that while controversy surrounds