Hormone Zone for Healthy Hormone Levels
Great hormone function is one of the biggest keys to health and metabolism. Unfortunately, modern lifestyles and busy schedules can cause adults to feel frazzled, tired, and depleted.
How are your hormones levels? Are they healthy and balanced? Or, are they sinking year after year and causing you to struggle with weight, brittle bones, low energy, or depression? Divine Health Hormone Zone is a 3-in-1 supplement designed to support your hormone levels and help you reach your health goals. It combines three powerful nutrients in their most effective dosages and forms: vitamin D3, vitamin K2, and Diindolylmethane (DIM).
Together, these powerful ingredients work to promote:
- Healthy hormone levels throughout adulthood
- Optimal estrogen ratios and testosterone levels
- Bone density and reduced risk of fractures
- Dental health
- Immune function
- Cardiovascular health
- Healthy skin
- Daily energy
- Healthy weight
In combination, vitamin D3, vitamin K2, and DIM support hormone health and overall wellness. Here’s how each serving will work for you:
1000 IU of Vitamin D3.
Vitamin D3 is a pro-hormone, or a nutrient that is readily converted to its hormone form in the body. It is extremely important for myriad of health functions, including calcium regulation, mental health, immune function, healthy bones and teeth, and metabolism. The vast majority of adults who don’t supplement are low in vitamin D3. When it’s deficient, they may experience more infections and illness, lower bone density, cardiovascular disease, and mental illnesses and disorders like depression.
Studies also show that people who have low vitamin D levels are more likely to be obese. Researchers have found that vitamin D helps regulate other hormones, including adrenaline, noradrenaline (also called norepinepherine), dopamine production in the brain, and serotonin. Healthy vitamin D levels are important for bone health, metabolism, hormone balance, and an overall healthy body. Vitamin D3 is the most effective form.
100 g Vitamin K2
Vitamin K2, or menaquinone, is found in animal foods and fermented foods. Unlike Vitamin K1, K2 is often deficient in adults. It’s often overlooked as an important nutrient, but it’s becoming clear that it K2 has many specific, important functions in the body.
Vitamin K2 is extremely important for bone health, especially in post-menopausal women. Supplementing vitamin K2 and vitamin D together may reduce spinal fractures, hip fractures, and osteoporosis. Further, vitamin K2 supports good dental health from infancy into advanced age.
150 mg Diindolylmethane (DIM)
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is an important compound produced by our bodies when we eat cruciferous vegetables. If you’ve ever heard the advice to eat more greens to lower breast cancer risk, it’s due to the resulting production of DIM.
Now, you can also supplement it to increase its benefits. DIM alters the metabolism of estrogen in order to help our bodies balance hormones. Estrogen levels and function can change in both women and men as we age. Some experience estrogen dominance (elevated estrogen relative to other hormones) and others experience loss of testosterone and progesterone.
DIM can help by blocking an enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen. This is a great first step towards hormone balance. Second, DIM converts “bad estrogens,” into good estrogen metabolites. Bad estrogens are those that cause most pre-menstrual and menopause symptoms including fat gain, cramping, acne, low energy, and more. They are also found in higher levels in those with breast cancer. Good estrogens promote leaner bodies with more muscle, high quality collagen in connective tissues, healthy bone density, and good cholesterol levels. DIM encourages estrogens to metabolize to the beneficial forms while deterring negative forms.
Hormone Zone: Vitamins D3, K2, and DIM for Hormone Health
Hormone Zone works to promote healthy hormone levels, bone density, dental health, good estrogen and testosterone balance, immune function, heart health, and overall wellness. Make sure you’re getting yours.