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Zahler Female Totality™ Hormonal System Support -- 120 Capsules


Zahler Female Totality™ Hormonal System Support
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Zahler Female Totality™ Hormonal System Support -- 120 Capsules

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Zahler Female Totality™ Hormonal System Support Description

  • Female Hormonal System Support Formula
  • Supports Cycle Regulation and Ovulation
  • Includes Dong Quai, Shatavari, Chaste Tree Fruit Extract and More
  • Strictly Kosher • Non GMO • Dairy Free • Soy Free
  • Vegetarian Friendly

Hormonal System Support Formula

Zahler Female Totality is an advanced proprietary blend of nutritional compounds that help support cyclical balance and hormonal system health. This potent formula supports healthy progersterone and estrogen levels and provides nutritional balance for the entire ovulatory system.

 

Total Totality

Female Totality™ from Advanced Nutrition by Zahler is designed to balance the hormonal cycle while stabilizing and strengthening the entire female system. Designed for both teenagers and women, this unique formula provides vitamins, minerals, herbs and other botanicals to boost and support the entire womanly cycle.

 

Life is a series of cycles. The seasons cycle round the year, life cycles through stages, water has its distinct cycle, and even social  norms  go  through  their  distinct phases.  But perhaps the most amazing cycles of all are the rhythmic systems and cycles of the  human body. Some of them are visible:  the sleep-wake sequence, the nail renewal  cycle, and the mild illness-recovery cycle. Others are internal and by nature, more private. One of the delicate and decidedly personal is the female cyclic system.

 

In the days when the world was more pure, this system usually functioned well. Today, however, our food is adulterated and impure. We eat hormone-fed meats and genetically modified produce which tax our bodies and inhibit proper function. As a result, many women struggle with irregularities, dysfunction, and difficulty with fertility. Fortunately, there are nutritional and botanical supplements that can help with these issues.

 

Strengthening The System

One of  the unique features of  Female Totality™ is that it addresses several varied issues including cycles being too long or too short and regulating progesterone and estrogen levels. Additionally, it provides support to counteract side effects of various medications  and antibodies as well as spurs and supports the ovulatory system, strengthening and lengthening the ovulation period.


A cycle is, by definition, repetitive. As such, a systemic issue will recur with each cycle.  This can be incredibly problematic and stressful. Female TotalityTMsets out to address these issues at the core so that every woman can experience cyclic health and balance.

 

Special Sources

Female Totality™ is comprised of a wide variety of vitamins and minerals along with  botanicals and herbs. The focus on bioavailable and natural resources ensures that the  nutrients provided can support and strengthen the female system and allow for proper  function. While each ingredient is important on its own, it is often the combination of factors that causes issues and the combination of components that enables the system to restart and function properly.
 
Female Totality™ contains Vitamins A and E for protection from oxidation and to support ovarian and uterine  health. A combination of  B vitamins boost cellular and neurological health, bolster energy levels, and ensure adequate levels of  Folate to sustain  a  pregnancy. Iron, Vitamin D, and Zinc are often lacking and may be linked to cyclical challenges. Iodine helps support  proper  thyroid  health, which is especially crucial for female regularity.

 

Shatavari • Holy Basil • Chaste Berry • Dong Quai

 

The supplement DIM is a derivative of cruciferous vegetables and helps support healthy estrogen metabolism. Shatavari, an extract from asparagus, also supports estrogen function.

 

Holy Basil reduces inflammation and Chaste Tree Berry mimics progesterone. Both help with emotional balance and calming.

 

Myo-Inositol and Dong Quai assist with hormonal and glucose balance.

 

Caronositol® D-Chiro-Inositol supports normal ovulation and can be especially helpful for those dealing with PCOS. It also balances and corrects levels of various important hormones produced at different points of the female cycle. At the same time, it helps support normal metabolic function.


Directions

Take 4 capsules daily, preferably 2 capsules twice a day with food, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner
Free Of
GMOs, gluten, dairy, soy and animal ingredients.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin A (as Mixed Carotenoids Caromix®)450 mcg50%
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) (800 IU)20 mcg100%
Vitamin E (as D-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate)45 mg300%
Thiamin (as Thiamin HCl)1.2 mg100%
Riboflavin (as Riboflavin-5-Phosphate Sodium)1.3 mg100%
Niacin (as Inositol Hexanicotinate)16 mg100%
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate)5.1 mg300%
Folate (as [6S]-5-Methyltetrahydrofolic Acid Glucosamine Salt) Quatrefolic®400 mcg DFE100%
Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin)10 mcg417%
Iron (as Ferrous Bisglycinate Chelate) (Ferrochel™)9 mg50%
Iodine (as Potassium Iodide)75 mcg50%
Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)5.5 mg50%
D-Chiro-Inositol Caronositol®300 mg*
Dong Quai Root Extract250 mg*
Shatavari Root Extract240 mg*
Chaste Tree Fruit Extract240 mg*
Holy Basil Leaf Extract100 mg*
Diindolylmethane (DIM)50 mg*
Myo-Inositol20 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Hypromellose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate.
Warnings

If pregnant, nursing or on medication, consult with your healthcare practitioner. Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.

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The Benefits of Yoga for Women

Most of yoga’s benefits are universal and well-documented. Neither age nor gender matter as far as the practice being a boon to joint health or concentration, among other examples. That said, yoga does impart certain benefits particular to women, including easing pregnancy and perimenopause and strengthening key parts of the body after childbirth. Also, yoga boosts bone health, which matters a lot for women, given they’re at higher risk than men for osteoporosis. Woman Doing Pose on Yoga Mat in Living Room to Represent Benefits of Yoga for Women | Vitacost.com/blog But one of yoga’s biggest benefits for females is its core-deep dosing of self-worth. "Yoga has some evidence-based benefits such as reducing stress and improving sleep. But for women, there can be an outcome that is much more challenging to study and monitor—increased self-esteem,” says Erica Mather, a senior Forrest Yoga instructor based in New York City and author of Your Body, Your Best Friend: End the Confidence-Crushing Pursuit of Unrealistic Beauty Standards and Embrace Your True Power. “Many, many women report that yoga has helped them feel better about themselves and their bodies—regardless of visible physical changes." For many practitioners, yoga’s mindful movements can be a revelation. This is especially true for women, who through cultural processes often develop distorted relationships with their physical selves. "Yoga offered me a way of relating to the body that had nothing to do with accomplishment or cosmetics,” Mather says. “As I was introduced to yoga, the most important objectives were simply to breathe, feel and be curious about my experience within my own body. For a populace trained from birth that women’s value lies within the material beauty and allure of the body, this was a radical alternative proposition. That a female body could be valuable just because it existed was mind-blowing. It opened up possibilities that were previously invisible or taboo. It gave me permission to be big, to take up space, to have an appetite, to trust my sensations and emotions as benevolent and to view the world through eyes trained to see more than just what is visible. Yoga can be a process of re-wilding." Gaining a stronger sense of self through yoga requires more introspection than doing asana (postures) to, say, strengthen your pelvic floor. Here are 3 tips from Mather so you can get the most from—and for—yourself through yoga: Practice with instructors skilled in breath-work. “Breath is the connection between the body and everything else about us,” Mather says. “Without the breath, yoga isn’t yoga; it’s simply movement. Look for a teacher who instructs breath throughout the asana practice, with more to say than ‘inhale’ and ‘exhale’ or, ‘remember to breathe!’ Breath education will indelibly alter your experience of your body.” Be kind to yourself. “Yoga is a practice of growing compassion. Our society trains us in violence against women, and normalizes it to a degree that we willingly are our own perpetrators,” Mather says. “Mind your practice for all the ways you are cruel to yourself.” And being unkind to little ol’ you can take unexpected forms: pushing yourself too hard, moving roughly, holding your breath unnecessarily. “Commit to eradicating these violent tendencies from within,” Mather says. “Breathe long, slow and smooth. Move steadily and gently. Be mindful of when you’ve gone too far or given up too soon. Use props to support your body. Don’t concern yourself with others’ practices, except for education. If you catch yourself thinking badly about yourself, gently steer your mind in a helpful direction. Refuse to continue a legacy of violence against women, starting with yourself, from within. Generational trauma can stop with us, as we generate self-compassion.” Be curious about your physical being. “Use yoga as a tool of self-inquiry, first and foremost about the body,” Mather suggests. “How does it work? What is its experience? We think we know so much about the body, but really, we don’t know much at all. When we start to be genuinely interested in our female bodies, it changes everything. So much about the world is a mystery, and you are living within one of the greatest mysteries of all. Be amazed."

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Mitra Malek is a former Yoga Journal editor. During her tenure, she worked with Erica Mather and other cause-committed yoga instructors to help women (and men) benefit from yoga practice.

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