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MenoPeace for Women's Hormonal Balance
Relieves Hot Flashes, Night Sweats
- Natural support for menopause
- Promotes a more refreshing, restful sleep
- Helps improve mood and sense of wellbeing
- Balanced blend of herbs, vitamins, and nutrients
Red Clover and Soy isoflavones - natural female hormonal support
- 90-day, money-back guarantee
- 1 Bottle = 60 vegetarian tablets (1-month supply)
- Contains no hormones, chemicals, synthetics
This is an awesome supplement! I cannot say enough how much this product has helped me with hot flashes. I mistakenly didn't re-order quickly enough and I couldn't believe the difference this supplement made! Recommend very strongly to give this a try!
— JT from Maryland
What is MenoPeace?
MenoPeace is a comprehensive formula designed to ease hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause during this natural transition in a woman's life.
Starting during a woman's mid-30s to mid-40s, symptoms of declining female hormone levels begin to appear, and may be marked by irregular cycles, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings/irritability, low mood, fatigue, anxiety, changes in skin tone, and other symptoms. This is the time known as perimenopause. The amount of female hormones being produced by the ovaries during this time varies, and is affected by factors including stress, nutritional status, exercise and, of course, age. Menopause itself is considered to have occurred when 12 consecutive months have lapsed without a cycle.
Variations in the amount and relative proportions of the female hormones can have a dramatic effect upon health and sense of wellbeing.
Common symptoms of declining female hormone levels:
- Hot flashes
- Low sex drive
- Vaginal dryness
- Mood swings
- Night sweats
- Headaches, dizziness and foggy thinking
- Urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections
- Weight gain
How does MenoPeace work?
MenoPeace is a synergistic blend of herbs, vitamins, and minerals that provide natural, female hormonal-balancing support.
In the west, women are often advised to treat perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms with hormone replacement therapy (HRT) consisting of hormones processed from the urine of pregnant mares. This type of HRT has been associated with side-effects ranging from migraine headaches to the development of breast tumors. It is sometimes combined with synthetic progesterone (progestins),and this combination has been associated with other potential health concerns.
MenoPeace contains isoflavones derived from Red Clover and Soy, two of the richest plant sources of these naturally occurring compounds, along with additional herbs traditionally used for supporting female hormonal health.
How do Isoflavones work?
Red Clover and Soy are two of the richest plant sources of isoflavones, naturally occurring plant compounds that structurally resemble the female sex hormones and have the ability to bind to their receptors. In doing so, they can help to offset the effects of declining hormonal levels by providing a similar, albeit weaker effect, as that of our own hormones binding.
Will MenoPeace really help relieve the symptoms of menopause?
Multiple studies have shown that isoflavones and other plant compounds can help reduce the severity and frequency of hot flashes and night sweats, and improve sleep and sense of wellbeing.
What is the recommended dosage?
Take 2 tablets daily with a meal.
How long will it take before I see results?
Benefits are often experienced within 4 to 8 weeks.
Can I take MenoPeace with medications?
If you are taking any medications, consult your doctor prior to using.
Are there any side effects or precautions?
If you have any health condition, consult your doctor prior to using.
Does it come with a guarantee?
Yes! All of our products come with a 90-day, money-back guarantee.
Why choose MenoPeace?
- Premium Quality: Prepared from certified organic, ethically wild-harvested, and/or sustainably cultivated botanicals, along with the highest quality vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. Only non-GM Soy is used.
- Every Batch is Tested: Every batch of MenoPeace™ is tested to ensure the highest quality. Every single batch!
- NSF cGMP-Certified Manufacturing Facility: The NSF Certification Program protects consumers by ensuring that the highest standards of manufacturing have been strictly followed.
- It's Guaranteed: In addition to the superior quality of our products, you are also protected by our 90-day, money-back guarantee.
- Manufactured in USA.
Who makes MenoPeace?
This product is proudly made by Natural Wellbeing Distribution Inc., founded in 2001. Our goal? To bring the natural healing power of herbs to everyone.
To fulfill our vision, we search for and use only the purest, carefully sourced ingredients. We honor the time-proven, traditional usage of herbs for health and wellbeing, and also integrate the latest scientific research into our professionally developed herbal formulas. The result? The best natural, holistic supplements available. Our customers consistently tell us that our passion for natural remedies and the formulations we've developed have helped them immeasurably.
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Take 2 tablets daily with a meal.
Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. If you are taking any medications or have any health condition, consult your doctor before using.
If you have an adverse reaction after using this product, discontinue use and consult your doctor. Keep out of the reach of children.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product and information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Soy Isoflavones: Isoflavones from the Soy plant (Glycine max) are compounds that have some degree of female hormone-like activity in the body. Soy-based foods like tempeh and miso are the best dietary source of isoflavones. Many refined soy protein concentrates and soy products processed with alcohol may not contain isoflavones. The soy used in MenoPeace is processed using only water, and is not from GM crops.
- Gamma Oryzanol: Gamma oryzanol is a mixture of compounds that occur in rice bran oil and function as natural antioxidants within the plant. Studies conducted primarily in Japan report that gamma oryzanol supplementation is beneficial in supporting healthy hormone balance, cholesterol levels, and digestive function.
- Red Clover (Trifolium pratense): Like Soy, Red Clover is a member of the legume family. The unique point of difference between isoflavones derived from Red Clover and those extracted from soybeans is that Red Clover extracts contain all 4 different isoflavones (genistein, daidzein, biochanin, and formononetin), while soybeans contain only 2 (genistein and daidzein). Red Clover also contains flavonoid compounds called coumestans, which some studies suggest have six times more activity than soy isoflavones.
- Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa, syn. Cimicifuga racemosa): A member of the buttercup family and native to North America. Rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium, and iron, Black Cohosh root also contains naturally occurring compounds that may help support female hormonal balance and reduce hot flashes and night sweats.
- Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis): A member of the parsley family, Dong Quai is recognized as one of the most important herbs in Chinese medicine, and has been used since circa 588 BC. Commonly referred to by herbalists as the “female ginseng,” Dong Quai is believed to have many tonifying properties that may support women’s health. Dong Quai’s key active ingredients include ligustilide and ferulic acid; research suggests that these compounds may be responsible for a number of potential health benefits. Dong Quai also contains compounds that may support healthy central nervous system function and is also rich in vitamins and minerals including Vitamins A, B12, and E. The plant part used is the root.
- Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus): Eleuthero has been used for over 2000 years in China, primarily as an energy tonic. Formerly known as Siberian Ginseng, Eleuthero has woody roots and not the typical fleshy rootstocks of the other ginsengs. It is indigenous to China, Russia, and Japan, and, although it is a member of the ginseng family, it is of a different genus than other popular ginsengs. Russian scientists studied Eleuthero extensively in the 1950's and at this time it came to be known as an adaptogen. Its active ingredients, eleutherosides, are glycosides which provide adaptogenic properties, including support of healthy adrenal function.
- Vitex (Chaste Tree) (Vitex agnus-castus): Grows in subtropical areas throughout the world and has a long history of use in women’s health. Vitex is thought to provide natural support for balancing progesterone and has been used traditionally by herbalists for a variety of female health concerns.
- Vitamin E: In the past 20 years, Vitamin E has been discovered to be a potent fat-soluble antioxidant that prevents the oxidation of lipids. Since cell membranes are composed of lipids, it is vital to the stability and integrity of cellular tissues and membranes in the body. Its effectiveness is increased when taken with other antioxidants, especially beta carotene, Vitamin C, and selenium. There are numerous studies that support the claim that Vitamin E is beneficial to cardiovascular health.
- Thiamin: Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin, was the first B vitamin to be identified (hence its designation as vitamin B1) and is involved in nearly every cellular reaction in the body. It is found in skeletal muscle, the heart, liver, kidney, and brain. Thiamin is a water-soluble vitamin (just as all the B-complex vitamins are), therefore, any excess will be excreted in the urine and must be replenished regularly. During times of illness and stress (such as surgical procedures) the need for Vitamin B1 is increased. It is essential for energy production from carbohydrates and fats and is also necessary for the functioning of the nervous system. The needs of B1 are increased with the use of caffeine, alcohol, birth control pills, HRT, a high sugar diet, sulfa antibiotics, and food additives.
- Riboflavin: Also known as vitamin B2, riboflavin was first identified in the 1930’s. Since it cannot be stored in the body, it must be supplied on a daily basis. The primary function of riboflavin is that of a coenzyme for many metabolic processes in the body, including red blood cell formation and normal functioning of the nervous system. Therefore, it is essential for normal growth and development. Riboflavin is also crucial to the metabolism of amino acids and fatty acids. It also supports healthy immune system function and works as an antioxidant. Riboflavin maintains the mucous membranes of the body, including the digestive tract, respiratory tract, and excretory tract. Use of antibiotics, oral contraceptives, and alcohol interferes with the absorption of riboflavin.
- Niacin: Niacin is also known as Vitamin B3 or niacinamide; it is heat-stable and water-soluble. It was first discovered when scientists were looking for the cause of a condition called pellagra. Absorbed in the small intestine and excreted in the urine, niacin is involved in more than 50 biochemical reactions. It is needed by the body to extract energy from fat, carbohydrates, and protein. This formula uses nicotinic acid, the form of niacin that is commonly recognized as supporting healthy cholesterol balance. Like all members of the B family, niacin plays a key role in energy metabolism.
- Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 is also known as pyridoxine and is a water-soluble member of the B-vitamin family. It is sometimes referred to as the “workhorse” of nutrients because it is part of over 100 biological functions in the body. Vitamin B6 is primarily a coenzyme, which means that it works with other enzymes to support chemical reactions in the cells. The US government estimates that nearly one third of all adults are deficient in this nutrient and nearly half of all women do not get the Recommended Daily Allowance of Vitamin B6 (this could be due to the fact that oral contraceptives will deplete this vitamin). Vitamin B6 is also involved in the formation of red blood cells, helping cells to make proteins, manufacturing neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) such as serotonin, and helping to release stored energy.
- Folic Acid: Folic Acid is a member of the water-soluble B-vitamin family and is also known as folate or folacin. Its name is derived from the Latin word folium which means foliage. It was first discovered in the 1940’s when it was extracted from spinach. It should be replenished daily due to the fact that the body cannot store it for long periods of time. Low folic acid levels are linked to an increased risk of heart disease through an increase in homocysteine. Folic acid deficiency is the most common vitamin deficiency in the world. Half of the folic acid in foods is depleted through cooking, processing and long-term storage; thus, supplementation of this vital nutrient is highly recommended.
- Calcium: Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and is essential to optimal health. It has numerous health benefits, most notably its role in developing strong, healthy bones and teeth, and in muscle contraction. It also combines with bile and fat in the colon which is then passed out of the body, helping to keep the colon clean.
- Magnesium: Magnesium is essential for hundreds of chemical reactions in the body. It functions as a coenzyme for proper function of nerves and muscles, formation of bones, and energy metabolism. Recent studies suggest that it is of particular importance for proper heart function. Magnesium works synergistically with calcium by increasing its absorption and may increase bone density as well. In fact, the body stores 60% of its magnesium in the bones, 26% is in the muscle tissues and the remaining magnesium is stored in the soft tissues of the body. Magnesium supplementation is necessary for many people as deficiency is quite common in North America. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that 75 percent of Americans do not get an adequate supply of magnesium from their diet. Some of the reasons for deficiency include: diet high in processed foods, high calcium intake, stress, intense physical activity, alcoholism, and the use of certain medications.
- Boron: Boron is a trace mineral that has only recently been recognized as being important for human nutrition. Recent research suggests that boron is important for metabolism and bone health; it may help prevent bone loss and support healthy joint function. The highest concentration of boron is found in the bones and tooth enamel. Boron appears to affect the metabolism of calcium, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, and Vitamin D. Researchers believe that boron is essential for the conversion of Vitamin D to its active form, which would enhance calcium absorption.
- Selenium: Selenium is a trace mineral and potent antioxidant. It works synergistically with Vitamin E to protect cells from free radicals and support immune and cardiovascular health. Selenium is an important part of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase, which works with Vitamin E to help prevent free radical damage to cell membranes. Selenium also protects the body form heavy metal toxicity.