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The female body is a complex system of several hormones working in synergy to regulate physiology, behaviour, and the ability to thrive and reproduce. Hormone balance is a cornerstone of women’s health. Unfortunately, maintaining this natural balance has never been more difficult due to the modern environment we live in and our busy lifestyles. One of the main hormones that is directly impacted by this is oestrogen.
Read our blog, where we share our top nutrition and lifestyle tips to help you achieve hormone balance.
We often find that many women query how to support their hormones, whether this is for conception, menopause, or due to a specific symptom or condition.
We want you to be able to understand your requirements, and help you to pick the right product to meet your own individual needs. Here, we introduce you to some of our newly updated products, as well as some of the older classics that we are still fond of.
How do you know which multinutrient to choose? We not only believe a multinutrient forms a perfect foundation for an effective supplement regime, but it should also be tailored to your specific needs. Your nutrient requirements change throughout life, and a multinutrient should reflect that.
We are frequently asked about menopause; what to expect? How long does it last? Why do I get hot flushes? Menopause is complex and every woman experiences it differently so we are here to shed some light on this topic.
While it can be a seamless transition for some, many women find it a more challenging experience, but why? Let’s get stuck in and discuss some of the frequently asked questions!
Did you know that most women will develop either a fungal or bacterial vaginal infection in their lifetime? For some women, it may become chronic and debilitating, affecting general wellbeing, confidence, sex life, and more. Are you or your partner affected?
A healthy vaginal microbiome is composed mainly of the Lactobacillus strains, including L. acidophilus, L. gasseri, L. rhamnosus, and L. plantarum with some Bifidobacterium species. These strains produce lactic acid, which maintains the vaginal pH balance to be within the required 3.5-4.5.Our blog explores everything from the common signs and symptoms, the research on vaginal microbiome and which probiotic strains are the most beneficial, to what dietary and lifestyle factors can help!