Intestines are involved with balancing hormones and although, Estrogen and Progesterone are made in the ovaries, the intestines have an enzyme that determines the level of those hormones. Glucuronidase, is an enzyme that can take estrogen that’s on its way out, so it’s in the pathway to be eliminated through the intestines, and it can reassemble it and throw it back into the blood stream. This is not good for anyone who is Estrogen dominant. Since the Glucuronidase enzyme is reassembling the Estrogen, you need to have a way to bind to it or block it from working. These Glucuronidase blockers, are known as Glucarate.
Many people with MTHFR mutations have reproductive hormonal imbalances. This happens because methylation is critical in the removal of Estrogen. If you are Estrogen dominant, consider that the MTHFR mutation with it’s lack of Methylation Is leading to an imbalance. A good way to manage Estrogen dominance is by reducing the ability of your natural Glucuronidase enzyme, with something like our Calcium D Glucarate Plus.
The Plus portion of this supplement means that in addition to Glucarate which will bind and reduce Glucuronidase, there’s also Super Oxide Dismutase, which is one of the strongest antioxidants. MTHFR mutations oftentimes trigger inflammation. It’s a methylation deficiency so toxins aren’t removed effectively, and these toxins lead to inflammation. Our Calcium D Glucarate plus not only gets Estrogen Dominance under control, but it also adds in Super Oxide Dismutase which reduces inflammation.
If you’re a woman with fertility, estrogen-progesterone, period related issues, this supplement might be for you.
Benefits of Calcium D Glucarate Plus:
Metabolizes and Reduces Estrogen
Supports the liver
Tech Talk (Transcript from Video)
Calcium D-Glucarate Plus. This video is designed to be a little technical. For all you techies out there that want to know the science behind what this is, and why it works, and why it's good for people that have MTHFR, or could be good for people that have MTHFR, especially if you have hormonal imbalances. So here's an interesting fact. Intestines get involved with hormone balancing. So that's to say, even though estrogen and progesterone are made in the ovaries, the intestines have an enzyme that will determine the level of those hormones, because glucuronidase, that enzyme can take estrogen that's on its way out - so it's in the pathway to be eliminated through the intestines - and it can reassemble it and throw it back into the bloodstream. Bad news for anybody that's estrogen dominant. Because glucuronidase can reassemble estrogen, it's nice to have a way that you can bind to it or block it from working.
Now for the average person that has estrogen levels within range, they don't necessarily need a product that has glucuronidase blocker - so glucarate - in there. However, for most people that have MTHFR, reproductive hormonal imbalances can occur, and that's because methylation is critical in the removal of estrogen. All right. So for that reason, if you find that you are estrogen dominant, getting your period too frequently, getting your period hardly ever, getting your period where it's crampy and clotty, so having to take lots of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, Aleve, that type of thing. If you're a woman that has had difficulty with fertility. Anything that would signal estrogen to progesterone imbalance, then consider MTHFR, that lack of methylation is leading to an estrogen imbalance. It's clinically called estrogen dominance, and a good way to manage that is by reducing the ability of your natural glucuronidase enzyme with something like this. The reason other women don't have to do that is because their estrogen level is not higher. They don't necessarily have MTHFR, so they've got a good way to methylate it out. But for you guys, it's a little bit different.