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From New York Times bestselling author and nationally recognized patient advocate Mary J. Shomon comes a groundbreaking guide to safely managing menopause through a better understanding of and better care for your thyroid.If you're one of the forty million American women struggling through menopause, you probably know all about the symptoms of fatigue, weight gain, and depression. But what you may not know is that the drop in reproductive hormones frequently triggers a thyroid slowdown--a

Bladderwrack is a form of kelp high in iodine that is essential for the human body. It has been used in stimulation of the thyroid as a treatment for a healthy metabolism, obesity, cellulite & even ovulation. Bladderwrack for arthritis may be used both internally & external application for inflamed joints. The sea plant reduces blood cholesterol levels which helps regulate sex hormone levels in women. It can be considered as a safe alternative to GMO soy to support women's health. #dherbs

Menopause is just another of life's stages. And actually we're lucky if we get that far! Here are easy strategies on how to thrive through the symptoms of menopause menopause.

After osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia is the second most common rheumatic disorder. Still, it is difficult to pick the fibromyalgia earlier, because its symptoms fluctuate. This condition affects mainly women than men. It is characterized by the pain in all over the body accompanied with stiffness and fatigue.

Maca helps balance hormones & reverse hypothyroidism. It is an endocrine adaptogen consisting of nutrients that support hormone production. It's high in iron, calcium, potassium, protein, magnesium, phosphorus, & zinc. It stimulates & nourishes the hypothalamus & pituitary (master glands) which regulate other glands in the body (adrenal, thyroid, pancreas, ovarian & testicular glands). Maca is also beneficial for PMS, menopause, fertility issues & improving libido & sexual function. #dherbs

Hormones are the chemical messengers that regulate all of the bodily functions throughout your body. Your hormones are responsible for making sure you get the right things you need to function properly and stay healthy.

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