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How can maca balance hormones

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Maca, my favourite root vegetable of all times.

If you struggle with premenstrual syndrome, menopause or low testosterone, maca may help you manage your unpleasant symptoms.

As a 45 year old woman, maca is what I need to regulate the right hormones at a time when age is taking a hit on my system and I actually formulated this formula for myself.

We know that Maca has been used in South America for centuries to improve fertility and libido.

So how can maca balance hormones? Maca is classified as an adaptogen, adaptogen is a substance that helps your body adapt to stress in your daily life.

Adaptogens have a balancing effect on hormones because they modulate the endocrine system's response to stress, and the endocrine system includes glands that produce hormones and regulate bodily functions.

Maca may also act on the pituitary gland, which plays a role in hormone regulation to help maintain the balance we all need.

And let's not forget that maca is super rich in essential minerals, antioxidants, amino acids and vitamins especially vitamin B6 which regulates hormonal activity.

These nutrients are crucial for the proper functioning of the endocrine system, their presence in the diet have a positive impact on overall hormonal health.

It has also been proposed that maca might influence the production of sex hormones, oestrogen, progesterone, and testosterone in both men and women.

Lastly, please remember that supplements must not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. The richest sources of vitamin B6 are tuna, salmon and beef liver.

-- Written by Hala, founder of Dietapplements

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