Hey, newsflash: women are different from men...
Given that there’s not much argument there, it stands to reason that the biochemical needs of the two sexes might also be different. Within these needs, the fats become quite a confusing issue: saturated, unsaturated, trans, omega-3, omega-6, omega-9...what does it all mean?
The key reverts back to good ol’ Mother Nature, in that ‘balance is best’. The sensitive biochemistry of women, with monthly production and sloughing of uterine cells that require (the proper) fatty acids for their formation, and the hormonal swings that require fatty acids for proper control, can get bogged down by the complications of modern living.
What happens is that maintaining the proper balance can get interfered with by all the stresses of modern-day living. Besides emotional stress, there are biochemical stresses from all sorts of ‘new age’ molecules the human body never encountered before. All these stresses together can make it tough for women to convert the essential omega-3 fat called alpha linolenic acid into its most useful products, EPA and DHA. Subsequently, if there is undersupply of EPA and DHA, the mechanism for decreasing inflammation in the body can get interrupted.
Besides just general stress, the modern rise in ‘trans fats’ from industrial production of artificial fatty molecules in margarine and commercial baked goods (since they’re cheaper) makes EPA and DHA conversion even tougher for a woman’s body to accomplish.
The answer is to provide a natural mix of all the fatty acids, as nature intended. A great source of these comes from flax seed (flax oil), which tends to be more expensive and more difficult to obtain than corn, soy and other oils.
To round the whole mix out, Metabolic Research Center has blended flax with evening primrose oil (EPO) in an effort to obtain a mix that more specifically suits the sensitive chemistry of women.
However, in an effort to ‘cover all the bases’ (and women seem to have more than just the traditional four!), we’ve added soy isoflavones, with their natural estrogenic compounds, to help provide support to the hormonal stresses that are greater in a woman’s body.
But, let’s throw in even one more base: for hundreds of years, herbal medicine has revered the benefits of rosemary oil for a wide range of human health benefits (the famed 16th century physician, Paracelsus, considered it a favorite), including strengthening the brain, liver and heart (but if you’re pregnant or lactating, make sure your doc approves).
You can trust Metabolic Research Center for the highest quality products. All of our vitamins and herbs are manufactured in a cGMP (Certified Good Manufacturing Practice) facility.
Adults take one softgel three times a day. May be taken with or without meals.
WARNING: Not for use by persons under the age of 18. This product is not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women. If you are taking medications or have a medical condition consult a physician before using this product.
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