Royal Maca Bone & Hormone Support

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$37.85

Manufacturer Whole World Botanicals
Supply 120
Form Capsule
Potency 2940 mg
Size 120

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Royal Maca Bone & Hormone Support

Royal Maca Bone & Hormone Support is a unique and ground breaking product for bone health and hormone balance. Most natural bone support products are limited to supplying some of the vitamin and mineral co-factors that support bone health. Royal Maca Bone & Hormone Support does so much more! Its therapeutic grade Maca root ingredient actually helps slow bone loss and stimulates new bone growth by promoting hormone balance, while alleviating hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and hormone-caused migraines. It also promotes healthy libido.
Traditional uses now supported by scientific research:

Promotes the growth of new bone by raising tissue levels of IGF-1.
Helps slow the process of dissolving old bone by promoting a healthy estrogen level – in perimenopausal and menopausal women who are deficient in estrogen.
Highly effective for perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms.
Supports hormone balance in women of all ages.
Promotes healthy sexual function.
PLUS – naturally reduces perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms including: very painful periods, flooding periods, endometriosis, breast cysts, fibroid tumors, painful breasts, migraines (caused by hormone imbalance), vaginal dryness, hot flashes, brain fog, depression, urinary urgency/frequency, and heart palpitations.

Directions:

If you are Petite or Sensitive, start with 1 capsule daily with food.
If you have a menstrual period, start taking this product at the beginning of your period. Evaluate the dosage when your next period begins.
If you do not have a period, evaluate your dosage after 5-7 days.

Ingredients:

Organic Maca root concentrate, Vitamin D3, Vitamin K2, Magnesium Glycinate chelate, Boron amino acid complex, Zinc Glycinate chelate, Horsetail Herb. Other ingredients: Plant cellulose, purified water.

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Benefits of Maca

Maca is an adaptogenic herb that has been grown and cultivated high in the Andean Mountains of Peru for thousands of years and while its benefits have long been known there, only recently is the word reaching around the world. Recent studies reveal that maca is one of the most optimal and natural ways to balance the endocrine system by regulating healthy hormone production with its adaptogenic qualities. While maca itself contains no hormones, this root contains a rare set of nutrients that nourish the endocrine system and supports the adrenal glands and thyroid to produce hormones in proper amounts for each individual. Want to learn more about how maca can benefit yourbody? Take a look!

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Maca is an adaptogenic herb that has been grown and cultivated high in the Andean Mountains of Peru for thousands of years and while its benefits have long been known there, only recently is the word reaching around the world. Recent studies reveal that maca is one of the most optimal and natural ways to balance the endocrine system by regulating healthy hormone production with its adaptogenic qualities. While maca itself contains no hormones, this root imagesCAJ99CDW

contains a rare set of nutrients that nourish the endocrine system and supports the adrenal glands and thyroid to produce hormones in proper amounts for each individual. Want to learn more about how maca can benefit yourbody? Take a look!

Maca and the Endocrine System

The endocrine system is instrumental in regulating mood, growth and development, tissue function, metabolism, sexual function and reproductive processes. While this system is in charge of slow processes in the body (like cell growth) it includes some major glands: hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid, parathyroids, adrenal glands, pineal body, reproductive glands (including ovaries and testes), and the pancreas. So what does the endocrine system do, really? Once a hormone is images[11]

secreted it travels from the endocrine gland that produced it through the bloodstream to target cells that are designated to receive its “message”. As it travels to the target cells, special proteins bind to some of the hormones and these proteins act as carriers that control the amount of hormone available for use. Once the hormone has latched on, chemical instructions to the inner workings of the cell are transmitted. The role of maca in the endocrine system is that it stimulates the pituitary gland and when this gland is performing optimally, the entire endocrine system becomes balanced. Because the pituitary gland controls the hormone output of the other glands, keeping this particular gland healthy means hormone levels remain stable and the chance of hormonal imbalance and endocrine system dysfunction are lessened.

Maca and Hormones

So many of us have hormone levels that are unbalanced due to xenoestrogens in the environment and the stressors of day-to-day life. The water supply, pesticides on produce, hormones in dairy and meats, and cortisol (the adrenal stress hormone in the body) all impact the healthy hormone balance in our bodies. Maca does not contain any hormones but instead regulates their production in your body. If you’re producing too much of one particular hormone, maca will regulate the production downward. Producing too little? Maca can regulate the production upward. This may sound too good to be true but maca is an adaptogen, a unique group of herbs and plants that respond to different bodies’ needs individually. Each adaptogen has a system or organ it benefits more than others and, while the body as a whole improves from incorporating an adaptogen into your regimen, maca is specific to the endocrine system and hormone balance. (Learn more about adaptogens)

Because maca encourages the body to images[5] (2)produce its own hormones in the right proportion to each other it has been touted for success in curbing the common complaints of menopause including mood swings, hot flashes, night sweats, low libido and problems with concentration. Women aren’t the only ones to benefit from maca. Current research points to promise in treating prostate cancer and studies have already shown that this adaptogenic root can address impotence, erectile dysfunction and sexual desire in aging men.

But Wait, There’s More!

Maca contains higher concentrations of calcium than milk and once harvested has a shelf life of up to 7 years. As a nutritionally dense super-food, maca contains high amounts of minerals, vitamins, enzymes and all of the essential amino acids. Because it is rich in B-vitamins maca can naturally nourish your adrenal glands and keep your energy levels up without the need for that cup of coffee during the 4 o’clock slump. The alkaloids present in maca activate hormone regulators in the brain and regulate the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. The nutritional value list of maca goes on and on and includes micro- and macronutrients, fiber, protein, copper, fatty acids, silicon, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc, just to name a few.

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With incredible benefits to the health of the endocrine system and adaptogenic benefits for the entire body, it’s understandable why some call maca the magic root! Check out our favorite maca products from Whole World Botanicals!

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The Truth About Aging: Men and Bone Loss

Contrary to common belief, the “women’s disease,” osteoporosis, threatens both genders. While 80% of individuals with symptoms of osteoporosis and low bone mass are women, 20%-or 5.6 million- are men. The disease is almost always associated with women, especially women going through menopause. Due to this association, many doctors fail to recognize symptoms of osteoporosis in male patients. Changes in hormonal production as males age can lead to a loss in bone mass, an eventually severe osteoporosis.

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Contrary to common belief, the “women’s disease,” osteoporosis, threatens both genders. While 80% of individuals with symptoms of osteoporosis and low bone mass are women, 20%-or 5.6 million- are men. The disease is almost always associated with women, especially women going through menopause. Due to this association, many doctors fail to recognize symptoms of osteoporosis in male patients. Changes in hormonal production as males age can lead to a loss in bone mass, an eventually severe osteoporosis.

bonedensityThe most common cause of male osteoporosis is testosterone deficiency. Men need healthy levels of both testosterone and estrogen to maintain healthy bone mass, and a decline in the production of either hormone could lead to health problems. Hypogonadism refers to low levels of hormones in both genders. While it is often recommended that women suffering from osteoporosis take estrogen supplements to restore bone mass, men may need alternative treatment. Remember to consult your primary healthcare provider with questions regarding your medical needs.

Prevention – fight the loss:

DHEAExercise: One natural way to ensure that your body builds strong bones is through exercise. Exercise puts the skeletal system to work, demanding your body to invest in its strength. Each time a muscle pulls on a bone, a signal is sent to your body to build more bone mass. Try going for a daily walk or jog, which can help prevent bone loss in the hips.

DHEA: Short for dehydroepiandrosterone, DHEA is a hormone produced in the adrenal glands of healthy men. Taken daily, or as directed by a health care professional, DHEA supplements may improve bone mineral density. The supplement may also help fight aging.

maca_powderMaca: One herbal approach to restoring hormonal balances is by supplementing with Maca. Maca is an herbal adaptogen that works naturally with the body to enhance energy levels, stamina, and fertility. Its hormone balancing function could be beneficial to testosterone levels and help restore bone mineral density. Many people like supplementing with maca because it can be easily incorporated into recipes.

June is Men’s Health Month. In the United States, men have a lower life expectancy than women. Improve your longevity, or the longevity of a loved one, by taking the opportunity to prioritize health, and learn about men’s health issues. Visit Hanna’s Men’s Health shop!

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