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Nov 152012
 

Progesterone Cream with Iodine & Iodide Supplements

The first and only progesterone cream supplement that provides both hormone balance and thyroid support All-In-One product...

Progesterone Cream + Iodine & Iodide Supplement

  • Relieve peri-menopause & menopause symptoms
  • Alleviates Hot Flashes and Night Sweats
  • Mood swings + Revises Osteoporosis
  • Mental clarity, Low libido & vaginal dryness
  • weight gain, brain fog, hair loss, dry skin
  • Improve thyroid health
  • Improve thyroid function
  • And 100 other symptoms

Progesterone

Progesterone is by far, the most common hormone deficiency in women. This deficiency is probably responsible for most of the long-term “female” problems including ovarian cysts, fibroid uterus, endometriosis, migraine headaches, PMS, depression, mood swings, blood clots, infertility, heart disease, painful or prolonged periods, etc. Birth control pills have destroyed a woman’s ovarian production of progesterone, in my opinion. Exposure to “xenoestrogens”, which are synthetic chemicals in the environment that have estrogen-like effects, have also suppressed ovarian production of progesterone. Nearly 100% of women who are hypothyroid are also progesterone deficient. Thyroid deficiency and progesterone deficiency march in lockstep with one another. Progesterone deficiency is so rampant it should be put it in the water supply. A daily dose of 50 – 100 mg of progesterone a day would really help a lot of women. Dosing is dependent on many factors. For severe menopause symptoms some women need a higher strength of progesterone per-ounce twice a day. And women with mild menopause symptoms can use less per dose. Women that have been using Stay In Balance progesterone cream found their symptoms were alleviated in hours.  Not months...Another consideration is whether a woman is still menstruating or not, and whether she still wants children or not. This influences whether progesterone is taken every day or just in the second half of your menstrual cycle.

Thyroid

The bottom line is that almost the entire planet is deficient in iodine. From there, it doesn't take much to start developing symptoms consistent with low thyroid output (hypothyroidism). Only in the last 2 years have we stumbled upon the logical conclusion that since the thyroid is absolutely dependent on iodine to make thyroid hormone, and if there is a deficiency of iodine in your body – then don’t be surprised if you don’t have enough thyroid hormone as a result! So the obvious remedy is to start taking iodine. This is so simple and it so works. Iodine supplements work. If you are not already taking thyroid hormone prescription, life is much simpler. Just take the iodine and start feeling better in a month or too. Women will always require higher doses of iodine than men. Why? Breasts. Breast tissue requires more iodine than the thyroid, actually. This is why fibrocystic breast disease responds so well to iodine supplementation. Another thought about the iodine supplement: You may notice that the minimum recommended amount (12.5 mg) is about 100 times the RDA recommendation. This is true – and necessary (and well tested). The Japanese consume 14 mg iodine a day and have the lowest rate of thyroid disease and cancer. Some background on the RDA levels of 150 ug (that’s micrograms, not milligrams) per day: This began about 75 years ago with the observation of large amounts of the population walking around with big goiters. (A goiter is an enlarged thyroid gland that is the extreme form of iodine deficiency.) It was determined that a small amount of iodine – 150 ug – was sufficient to keep the thyroid gland from turning into a goiter. However, there is a big difference from the absolute minimum to stave off a goiter and the necessary amount to supply your thyroid with enough iodine to produce thyroid hormones for normal long term function. A great detailed description of this and virtually everything you want to know about iodine and the thyroid gland can be found in a fabulous book by Dr. David Brownstein. Go to www.DrBrownstein.com and order his book. Dr. Brownstein and Dr. Guy Abraham are the pioneers in thyroid treatment in the last couple of decades.

Ingredient List: Major ingredients 

  • Progesterone 700 mg per-oz.
  • Combination of 206 mg iodine and iodide.
  • 14 mg iodine and 10 mg iodide
  • That equals 906 mg

Iodine Deficiencies:

  • World Health Organization States 1/3 of world population is iodine deficient!
  • Significant public health problems in 129 counties
  • 2% of world population is affected by an iodine deficiency

Iodine & iodide Function:

  • Responsible for production of every hormone in the body
  • Proper immune symptom function
  • Antibacterial
  • Antiparastic
  • Anticancer
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