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Balance your Hormones

- March 2, 2013

When it comes to health, hormones and bacteria of the gut have a much bigger effect than many people realize. In fact, these two factors can destroy health even if everything else is optimized. Conversely, fixing hormones and gut bacteria can do a lot to boost health, even if not all the other factors are optimal. 


If you doubt the very real power of hormones to affect everything from mood, to weight, to bowel health, ask the nearest pregnant woman if she's noticed any difference in these areas since being pregnant. Or ask the nearest 13 year old girl... carefully...


More than 75% of all women suffer hormone havoc directly or indirectly related to progesterone or estrogen deficiency. Read more about symptoms of hormone imbalance and ways to naturally balance them. 


Our Female Hormone Balance and Female Tonic are two products that can help you welcome that "spring feeling" every day of the year.  


Nobody like PMS, women or men. Our PMS formula can make your time of the month easier and less stressful for everyone. Our Menstrual Formula is a natural way to relieve cramps, headaches, and calm your whole body. Read more about ways to naturally relieve these symptoms   

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In our next Issue:
Supplements, Hormones and Herbs Especially for Him
 

Science has never drummed up quite as effective a tranquilizing agent as a sunny spring day.  

~W. Earl Hall

Sincerely,
 
Ron Radstrom
Healthfree.com
Southern Botanicals

 


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