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That men and women are equipped with a different pair of chromosomes means that their differences lie not only in their visible physical features but also, that they carry an entirely different set of sex hormones, which in turn influences their respective psychologies, personalities, and body shapes.

In women, the oestrogen hormone is noticeable in their distinguished gracefulness and beauty which are otherwise considered to be characteristic traits of femininity.Oestrogen also affects the stimuli, by controlling neurotransmitters in the nervous system. It controls catecholamines via enzymes called MAO and COMT which disintegrate catecholamines.

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4 Responsible factors

for W.B.M TM



A study found out that genetics plays a role in the production of and the metabolism of oestrogen, which ultimately impacts overall oestrogen balance. If a genetic defect is present in a given individual, this is likely to affect the normal functioning of his body as well as her oestrogen production and metabolism.

In the moment of metabolism, most oestrogens in the bloodstream are carried from the ovary to the liver. Then, the liver enzymes eliminate the surplus of oestrogen to prevent the dominance of the hormone and thus engender a potential disequilibrium.


Bacterial balance

in the gut

Scientific literature has reached the conclusion that gut microbiome has a direct influence on the digestive system, immune stimulation via GALT (Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue), as well as on nutrient absorption performance in the body. More studies have suggested that gut microbiome even regulates oestrogen balance. Indeed, these have documented that the digestive system is endowed with bacteria that facilitate the renal and excremental elimination of conjugated oestrogen. Indeed, the gut has ß-Glucuronidase enzymes that can deconjugate oestrogens, reactivate them, and makes it possible for them to be reabsorbed into the bloodstream. The transformed oestrogen hormone then becomes bacteria called estrobolome.


Good Nutrition

Another major point of primordial importance is emphasizing the role of nutrition in terms of balancing oestrogen levels in the body. A good nutrition prevents oestrogen hormone excess or deficit, which in both cases, may have a number of damaging effects of women’s health.

DIM ( Diindolylmethane )

DIM emulates the oestrogen hormone, facilitates the reduction of oestrogen excess, as well as its dominance. Many studies reveal that DIM also possesses anti-inflammatory properties. Hence, a regular intake of the right amount of DIM minimizes a range of potential health risks, such as breast and prostate cancer. Broccoli and vegetables in the cabbage family are rich in DIM nutrients.

Calcium D-Glucarate

Calcium D-Glucarate prevents oestrogen excess through the activity suspension of ß-Glucuronidase enzymes, which re-absorb the oestrogen hormone into the intestine. Typically, Calcium D-Glucarate and ß-Glucuronidase levels in the digestive system should naturally balance each other out. Beans and cabbage are excellent sources of Calcium D-Glucarate.


Phytoestrogens are polyphenolic compounds that have similar chemical structures to estrogen. Phytoestrogens activate Estrogen Receptors (ER) as same as estrogen in the body. Phytoestrogens can be found in legumes, soybeans, grains, and plants.


Presence of magnesium is a necessary element to eliminate excess oestrogen in the bloodstream. Without the presence of magnesium, oestrogen will dominate the hormonal system, which can have a number of negative health implications.


An active

anti-inflammatory system

Free radicals (including Reactive Oxygen Species: ROS, and Reactive Nitrogen Species: RNS) are harmful to all human cells. They may emanate from cellular metabolism, as well as from external factors such as chemicals, foods, and pollutants. If free radicals accumulate in the body for a certain period of time, oxidative stress occurs. The oxidative stress, in turn, causes damage to protein, fat, and DNA, and contributes to the degeneration of cells, cell dysfunction, oestrogen dominance, as well as various female reproductive problems. Hence, once the body is equipped with effective antioxidants and a strong anti-inflammatory system, healthy hormonal production and balance will likely ensue.

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