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A Healthy GUT is CRITICAL to Your OVERALL Health! So, how do you know if your GUT is Healthy?

A Healthy GUT is CRITICAL to Your OVERALL Health! So, how do you know if your GUT is Healthy?

Hormone changes occur in ALL of us as we age. That’s pretty much a guarantee. All sorts of signs and symptoms of hormone decline become dog-gone obvious... with hot flashes, night sweats, bloating, weight gain, sleep problems, muscle loss, joint pain, stiffness, hair loss, wrinkles, sagging skin, irritability, mood changes, vaginal dryness... need I go on?

FORTUNATELY, we can curb a lot of these symptoms while also preserving bone, brain, breast and heart health SIMPLY by supplementing with Bioidentical Hormones.

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BRAIN, THYROID, ADRENAL, and GUT HORMONES determine our Physical State of Health!

BRAIN, THYROID, ADRENAL, and GUT HORMONES determine our Physical State of Health!

We'd DIE without our Hormones.

All of our Hormones are constantly communicating with each other and telling the DNA in our CELLS what to do... PLUS they are telling each OTHER what to do too.

Got High Cortisol? That leads to Low Thyroid.
Got Low Cortisol? Well that leads to Low Thyroid too!
Low Estrogen? Get ready for some sadness and irritability... because that causes Low Serotonin.
Low Progesterone? Bummer... You're facing Insomnia since now your GABA brain hormone (Gamma-aminobutyric acid) will be Low.

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7 Proven Digestive and Health Benefits of L-Glutamine You Should Know!

7 Proven Digestive and Health Benefits of L-Glutamine You Should Know!

L-glutamine supports intestinal health and may help people with IBS. A person needs sufficient proteins to function optimally, and amino acids are the basic building blocks of proteins. L-glutamine is the most plentiful amino acid in the body and supports intestinal health.
 
It promotes digestive and brain health, boosts athletic performance, plus this amino acid is especially helpful in treating leaky gut and improving your overall health.

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