Irregular menstrual cycles, heat waves, nervousness, rapid mood changes, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) are often associated with hormonal imbalance. A woman's health depends entirely on the balance of hormones. Even in the case of a full diet and healthy lifestyle, no woman is protected from hormonal imbalance, and these disorders can lead to a worsening overall health condition, appearance, and even infertility.
Hormonal imbalance can start suddenly, especially due to reproductive system disorders or the onset of menopause, so regular menstrual cycles are among the signs that signal the progress of hormonal processes. From the onset of puberty to the time after menopause, a woman's reproductive system experiences several stages of change.
A significant stage in hormonal change in a woman's life, regardless of age, is pregnancy and childbirth. Women's hormones are responsible for the very main thing, the ability to conceive and carry a child, which is why it is so vital that the hormonal function is balanced.
Pregnancy is a special time in a woman's life and requires preparation for everything to work out as planned. During pregnancy, the function of all organs changes radically and major changes occur in the hormonal system. Gestational diabetes, for example, can show hormone problems that have affected the woman even before pregnancy. During pregnancy time and in planning for the birth of a baby, it is important that the body receives all the vitamins and minerals it needs, as their lack can worsen not only the health of the woman but also the health of the child. The child's immunity and overall health depend heavily on the woman's health.
Following a long-term diet or taking an unhealthy diet, the body begins to lack the nutrients needed to ensure a healthy menstrual cycle. Hormonal balance is disrupted and anemia (the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells) can increase, women face difficulties getting pregnant, caused by hormonal imbalance.
The gut microbiome has a significant impact on hormonal function, as bacteria in the gut participate in the synthesis of vitamins and hormones. The nation-called happiness hormone serotonin synthesizes in the gut, where the irreplaceable amino acid tryptophan plays a key role. Tryptophan, on the other hand, can only be ingested with food. Nutrition and intestinal function therefore play a major role in hormonal balance. velop, affecting a woman's biological processes.
Problems in the digestive system prevent the body from ingesting the nutrients it needs effectively, disrupt toxin output, and there is no synthesis of hormones and vitamins that cause hormonal imbalance.
RTS FIBER WFf prevents hormonal imbalance and its symptoms - irregular menstrual cycle, painful periods, premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Course duration: 3 months. The first three weeks are taken 5 g twice daily, regardless of the meal. Then 5 g once a day. After the RTS FIBER WFf course, it is recommended to take 5 g of once a week to maintain the results We recommend repeating the full course a year later.
We also recommend taking other RTS FIBER fiber products to improve intestinal function, boost metabolism and provide the body with the nutrients it needs.
RTS FIBER W improves gastrointestinal function, promotes cholesterol removal, reduces constipation, and promotes regular abdominal exits.
RTS FIBER G supplies the body with vitamins and minerals, restores the elasticity of blood vessels, strengthens the heart muscle, and improves thyroid function.
RTS FIBER B improves pancreatic function, normalizes blood glucose levels, and reduces inflammatory processes.
RTS FIBER Y contains the necessary amino acids, improves metabolism, and contains natural vitamin D and squalene that supply each cell in the body with oxygen.
RTS TUCA cao is rich in nutrients, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants- mainly a natural antidepressant: serotonin - known as the hormone of happiness.
Always consult your doctor to clarify your diagnosis and possible treatment.