It’s never too early to think about your future and how your health is going to play a part in that. As we age, minor (and sometimes major) complications surface, which is why prevention is key. The earlier you embrace a healthy lifestyle, your risk of complications may decrease.
“Healthy lifestyle” is a big phrase and many factors play a part in it. The kind of food you eat, the amount of water you drink and the supplements you take all work together to ensure that your body is getting everything it needs.
In honor of women’s health, we are proud to share our Women’s Defense, a daily supplement that provides support to a number of your body’s systems.
- Supports healthy immune function.
- May support healthy blood glucose levels
- Contains a unique blend of Chinese mushrooms
- May help increase energy, vitality, and endurance
ORGANIC SPROUTED SOY: Sprouted soy is a popular form in many Asian cultures. In fact, the Japanese not only have the world’s longevity record but also according to the recent World Health Organization report; they have the best quality of life at 70 years of age. The risk of developing breast cancer is 4-5 times lower in Japan compared to the Western world.
CAT’S CLAW EXTRACT: Cat’s claw is widely used by indigenous healers in South America, for example the Ashaninka Indians of Peru regard it as a powerful “health-restorative” medicine.
RED CLOVER EXTRACT 40% ISOFLAVONE: Menopause increases a woman’s risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Supplementation with red clover isoflavones has been associated with a sizeable increase in high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, or “good” cholesterol in pre- and postmenopausal women.
FERMENTED SOY: Traditionally fermented soy is the form that is most popular in many Asian cultures. Researchers also found it was not the presence of any specific nutrient that was cultured along with the soyabean paste but the cultured soy medium itself that was responsible for the health benefits associated with eating miso. Miso, a fermented or probiotic form of soyabean, is particularly rich in the isoflavone aglycones, genistein and daidzein.
GLISODIN: The body depends on endogenous antioxidant enzymes as well as antioxidants gained through diet, to quell destructive free radicals. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) is a vital endogenous antioxidant enzyme known to produce a wide range of health benefits. Its chief function is to convert superoxide anion radicals into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen. Superoxide, one of the most damaging free radicals. SOD’s actions against free radicals are huge.
This month only, PLC members can buy 3 Women’s Defense and we will donate $10 to Breast Cancer Action!