need certain nutrients in higher amounts than men, particularly the B vitamins. Since the 1940’s deficiency
of the vitamin B complex and PMS, menstrual cramping, excessive bleeding and
fibrocystic breast disease has been observed.
have shown that patients with one or more of these complaints also had signs of
B-vitamin deficiency. Symptoms were shown to improve with supplementation.
important nutrients for women include:
C with Bioflavonoids has been known to relieve irregular and/or
painful menstruation as well as menopausal symptoms including hot flashes.
E has been effectively used in treating
fibrocystic breast disease and relieves hot flashes, and all major symptoms of
for calcium absorption and bone formation.
has a strong association with high levels of PMS symptoms.
essential for regulating blood sugar levels. Blood sugar irregularities can
lead to mood swings, cravings, headaches that are often experienced during PMS
Iodine, needed in trace
amounts , helps to metabolize excess fat. Iodine deficiency has also been
linked to breast cancer.
be used to normalize glandular function and hence restore hormone balance.
Ask the Doctors to help determine your specific nutritional needs in order to feel your best!
This information is not meant to treat, cure or diagnose any illness, disease or health condition. Please contact a qualified health care provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.