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Most women know there are natural alternatives to HRT, and lots of them spend months self-prescribing soy, dong quai, black cohosh, and television promoted products and so on. Each of these can have positive effects, but they are a solution only if your symptoms are few and mild. We count those women in the lucky few. Most women who self-prescribe get discouraged and then don't know where to turn.

A rise of estrogen at puberty is responsible for the development and maintenance of female sex organs and secondary sexual characteristics. Estrogens stimulate cell growth. They create the thickened lining of the uterus to prepare it for pregnancy. They stimulate the maturation of the egg-containing part of the ovary. Estrogen exists in both males and females. It is produced by the ovaries, the adrenals and by adipose (fat) cells. One other hormone playing a part in human reproduction is progesterone.

The Food and Drug Administration has received requests from the public to provide updated product information for estrogen- and progestin-containing drug products used for treating postmenopausal symptoms. Information from the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) trial about estrogens and progestins continues to have significant public health implications for postmenopausal women. SEE FDA

Estrogen is not one hormone, it is the name of a group of hormones. There are three principle forms of estrogen found in the human body estrone, estradiol and estriol, also known as E1, E2 and E3 respectively. There is also a group of compounds called phytoestrogens, generally found in food, which can have "estrogen like" effects in the body. Estradiol (E2) is the primary estrogen produced by the ovaries. Estrone (E1) is formed from estradiol. It is a weak estrogen and is the most abundant estrogen found in the body after menopause. Estriol (E3) is produced in large amounts during pregnancy and is a breakdown product of estradiol. Estriol is also a weak estrogen and may have anti-cancer effects. Before menopause estradiol is the predominant estrogen. After menopause estradiol levels drop more than estrone so that now estrone is the predominant estrogen.

Many of the symptoms women experience are related to hormone imbalance. Hormones are like messengers. They circulate in the body and fit into hormone receptor sites, just as certain keys fit into certain locks. Substances that are “estrogenic” can imitate estrogen and fit into estrogen receptor sites. This has effects we will talk about later in the series.

It is the estrogen’s tendency to promote cell growth that makes its excess a promoter of cancer. This is one reason among many to do everything we can to create hormone balance.

In North America, we are exposed to hormones from a variety of sources. We get extra hormones from eating meat and poultry (injected with hormones to stimulate growth), from plastic containers that emit estrogenic substances into the food/liquid they contain, and from petrochemical by-products and pollutants which are estrogenic. This affects both men (prostate cancer) and women and causes our little girls to start menstruating at a progressively younger age.

Estrogen Dominance Questions: Have you ever had (past or present): breast swelling/tenderness, fibrocysts, cancer, endometriosis, endometrial cancer/hyperplasia, PMS, migraines/headaches, osteoporosis, weight gain (abdomen, hips), water retention, gallbladder symptoms, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, inability to concentrate, cyclic acne, fibromyalgia, depression or fatigue? If you have checked some of the above, there is a strong possibility that your body is not making enough progesterone to balance the amount of estrogen. SEE FULL LIST BELOW

This means you may be estrogen dominant, a condition that can contribute to many health problems. I suggest that you investigate this further by consulting with your health care practitioner.

High estrogen contributes to the process of aging: risk of heart disease and stroke, baldness, obesity, reduced sexual appetite. Over the past 50 years we have seen greater than a 30% increase in breast, ovarian and uterine cancer. In Australia, a study was done where pesticides were used. There was significant evidence of masculinization of women and feminization of men.

Although estrogen has the reputation of preventing osteoporosis, it is a fact that estrogen slows down bone loss but does not build bone. Progesterone is the bone builder. High estrogen levels inhibit the body’s production of protective progesterone. In our culture, by the time women reach menopause, osteoporosis has already begun.

The evidence that estrogen protects against Alzheimer’s disease is conflicting and inconclusive. For almost fifty years women have been advised to take extra estrogen. In the light of more recent evidence, this is not logical.

Men need to be concerned about synthetic estrogen in the environment. Synthetic estrogens are responsible for steadily declining sperm count and diminished libido in men. The rate of testicular and prostate cancer has tripled in the last 50 years.

If you intend to preserve their body in a youthful form and function you must become well informed about how to balance hormones through natural means, and avoid undesirable conditions. I encourage you to pay attention to the issues I have outlined and take measures to create the healthy conditions we call “The Balanced Life.” Then you can confidently move forward into a joyous and productive old age.

Do You Have Estrogen Problems?

• Swollen or tender breasts/Breast cysts or tumors
• Breast cancer/Endometrial cancer or hyperplasia
• Hysterectomy or D&C
• Used Birth Control Pills
• Endometriosis
• Heavy or Irregular periods
• Pre-menstral Syndrome (PMS)
• Gallbladder disease symptoms
• Joint or muscle pain
• Blurred vision or flashes of light
• Asthma or allergies
• Dark circles under eyes
• Insomnia
• Inability to concentrate
• Hypoglycemia/Craving for sweets
• Migraines, Headaches, Stroke
• Hemorrhoids, Constipation
• Depression or irritability
• IBS, Crohns or Colitis
• Difficulty losing weight/ Weight gain in abdomen or hips
• Fibromyalgia
• Menopausal
• Osteoporosis
• Infertility
• Varicose veins
• Water retention (EDEMA)/Hypertension
• Cyclic acne
• Hot Flashes
• Unwanted facial hair or male pattern baldness.

If you have checked 5 or more items, there is a strong possibility that your body is not making enough progesterone to balance the amount of estrogen in your body. This means that you may be Estrogen Dominant, a condition which can contribute to PMS and menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes as well as other health problems. It is suggested that you investigate this further by consulting with your healthcare practitioner.

Imperial Gold Maca™ may adapt to the body's needs and may support menopausal health. It works through the hypothalamus and pituitary may bring about healthy, balanced hormone levels in the body. Black Cohosh, licorice root, don quai and soy products all contain weak plant hormones, (phytoestrogens).  Many women cannot manage their symptoms with these herbs effectively. Yet women feel the effect of Imperial Gold Maca™ usually within several days to several weeks. The key to effective results is consistent use on a daily basis without missing days.
Imperial Gold Maca™ is not a hormone but a staple food herb that can be eaten as often as you would eat  any nutritious vegetable like  broccoli.
Imperial Gold Maca™ allows a woman to produce her own hormones.

The best source of progesterone and estrogen is your own body. This species of Imperial Gold Maca™ may enhance your body's production of these hormones. It is safe,100% organic and naturally grown without pesticides, artificial fertilizers or chemicals, producing wonderful results in your body naturally. Imperial Gold Maca™ (Lepidium peruvianum Chacon) is an all natural organic herb food that nourishes the body very effectively. SEE ESTROGEN
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