Estrogen Reset Super Kit
- 8 formulas to support complete estrogen metabolism and elimination
- Can help with symptoms of Estrogen Dominance
- Added antioxidants for support
- Capsules, 60-day supply
*symptoms may be due to low progesterone levels
Complete Estrogen Detoxification is a process that occurs in your liver and has three important steps to fully metabolize and eliminate "dirty" estrogens and other toxins from the body.
The core supplements in the Estrogen Reset Super Kit correspond with the 3 steps.
Step 1: Brocco Power (sulforaphane)
Step 2: Calcium D-Glucarate
Step 3: DIM
DIM has become the “estrogen buster” of the supplement world. While it can be an effective supplement for some, it doesn’t work as well alone.
In fact, many women say they felt worse after taking it.
It's most likely due to the fact that DIM upregulates Phase I liver detoxification, opening the floodgates of this phase but leaves the remaining parts of the liver unsupported and overwhelmed by this flooding.
To fully detox excess estrogens, the body also needs a well-supported Phase II liver detoxification.
You only feel your best when both Phase I and Phase II pathways are nutritionally supported and symptoms of Estrogen Dominance are reduced.
To fully understand the 3-Step Complete Estrogen Detoxification process, let’s use a clogged toilet analogy.
DIM will open up the first part of the detoxification process (being the toilet bowl) while Brocco Power (sulforaphane) and Calcium D-glucarate will open up the remaining detoxification (being the drain).
Overcoming Estrogen Dominance offers practical protocols, recipes and meal plans to help transition to an anti-inflammatory diet, while supporting digestive health and gentle liver detoxification, using food and herbs.
Written by Magdalena Wszelaki, who is a functional nutritionist and certified herbalist.
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