EstroMetab 2.0 is composed of dietary supplements that help with estrogen metabolism in both women and in men, helping to improve estrogen metabolism in the liver and support healthy body composition.
EstroMetab 2.0 contains a blend of potent dietary supplements that have been expertly selected for their ability to support healthy estrogen metabolism in women and men. Kudzu root, diindolylmethane (DIM) and grape seed extract can all help support proper estrogen metabolism. EstroMetab 2.0 can also help maintain healthy testosterone levels by suppressing aromatase, an enzyme that causes testosterone to convert to estrogen. By supporting healthy levels of these sex hormones, EstroMetab 2.0 can help support a wide variety of functions in the body that contribute to overall health and wellness, including proper cardiovascular function, bone health, sexual function and energy levels.
Kudzu root comes from a vine and can be taken as a supplement, in a tea or eaten as is. This root contains isoflavones that are considered to be phytoestrogens due to their estrogenic properties. Many people have turned to kudzu root to address the more common symptoms of low estrogen (and menopause) like hot flashes and night sweats. Kudzu root has also been recognized for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its ability to support healthy cardiovascular function.
Kudzo root is reported to help decrease aromatization of estrogen and the reduction in bone mineral density commonly found in aging. It also affects estrogen metabolism by altering the steroid hormone concentrations and menstrual cycle length, therbye demonstrating a potential to reduce the risk for breast cancer.
Diindolymmethane is a phytochemcial found in cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbages, and brussel sprouts. DIM helps convert active estrogens into friendly metabolites, instead of the more aggressive metabolites. DIM promotes healthy testosterone levels by increasing the 2-hydroxyestrone, which increases levels of free testosterone.
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is a compound that is the result of the body breaking down another compound called indole-3-carbinol from cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. This compound shows the ability to help regulate estrogen levels by supporting proper estrogen metabolism.
Grape Seed Extract
Grape seed extract is a concentrated extract of antioxidant polyphenols from grape. Grape seed extract is reported to have aromatase inhibiting properties. Aromatase is the enzyme that converts androgen to estrogen. Grape seed polyphenols are also reported to lower blood pressure.
Grape seed extract has been recognized for its ability to inhibit and suppress aromatase, making it easier for men to maintain healthy testosterone levels. This extract is also known as a powerful antioxidant that can support healthy cardiovascular, cognitive and kidney function.
EstroMetab For Women
EstroMetab 2.0 has been developed to enhance overall health and wellness by supporting proper estrogen metabolism with its powerful blend of estrogenic nutraceuticals. Kudzu root, diindolylmethane (DIM) and grape seed extract are all known for their ability to support healthy estrogen and testosterone levels. Supporting these sex hormones allows these potent nutraceuticals to support a variety of other processes in the body that include sexual function, energy levels, cardiovascular function and bone health.
As women grow older and enter the early stages of perimenopause and menopause, estrogen production decreases. Consistently low estrogen levels can lead to a wide range of symptoms in women, including:
Both kudzu root and DIM have the ability to support healthy estrogen levels. In fact, many women have turned to kudzu root to address some of the most common symptoms of low estrogen and menopause like hot flashes and night sweats. DIM is a naturally-occurring compound that is the chemical result of the body breaking down cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. While that compound does occur naturally when eating cruciferous vegetables, it will not produce enough to adequately regulate estrogen levels through estrogen metabolism.
EstroMetab For Men
Aging men, on the other hand, often struggle with too much estrogen that results from low testosterone levels. Low testosterone levels can lead to a wide array of negative symptoms and health conditions in men, including:
Hypogonadism is the term that describes the decline in testosterone production. This alone can lead to low testosterone levels and the ensuing symptoms, but there is often yet another factor that leads to low testosterone levels in men as they age. An enzyme known as aromatase actually has the ability to convert testosterone to estrogen, and this enzyme becomes more of a factor in men as they grow older. All of these factors make it more difficult for men to maintain healthy testosterone levels. Fortunately, grape seed extract is known as an aromatase inhibitor, meaning that it can inhibit and suppress aromatase. With aromatase weakened, healthy testosterone levels become a lot more attainable.
So many of the issues and health conditions associated with aging can be attributed to low levels of sex hormones like estrogen and testosterone. EstroMetab 2.0 has been expertly designed to help support proper estrogen metabolism and healthy estrogen levels, providing a boost to overall health and wellness in the process. The highly-trained medical practitioners at EVEXIAS Medical Centers have all of the tools at their disposal to support whole health, from lifestyle management assistance and cutting edge nutraceuticals to more advanced therapies like those that utilize hormone pellets and peptides. This includes the EvexiPEL Method, a superior form of hormone pellet therapy developed by Dr. Terri DeNeui after 15 years of research to improve comfort during and after each procedure with improved efficacy.
Toxicity, Contraindications, and Side Effects
There are no known toxicities or side effects from taking ingredients found in EstroMetab 2.0. Use caution with those individuals pre–disposed to hormonally sensitive cancers, such as breast, uterine or prostate, or those with an existing hormonally sensitive cancer.