HPV, Cervical Cancer? These vitamins have been shown to help.....

The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the U.S.

An estimated 6.2 million people are newly infected ever year. More than 100 HPV types have been identified; over 40 of which can infect the genital area, causing warts, cellular abnormalities and even cancer. There are 4 strains that are responsible for cellular changes that could eventually lead to cancer usually anal, throat and mouth cancer in both males and females.

VITAMINS THAT CAN HELP

Vitamin D3

41% of Americans are deficient in vitamin D according to a study from Nutrition Research. It is especially important to take a supplemental form of Vitamin D3 According to Dr Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS. 

Vitamin D is a hormone that communicates with your other hormones making it essential for the overal hormonal balance in the body. Getting enough of both D2 and D3 are important in relieving hormonal fluctuations. 

You can get get Vitamin D from the sun, a supplement, a few foods including fish and egg yolks. 

 

LIVER ENHANCERS

Your liver is the main organ that breaks down and rids the body of excess estrogen according to Lytle. Therefore it is important to support your liver with supplements like turmeric, vitamin C and Alpha-lipoic acid. 

Humans have lost the natural ability to make Vitamin C because of a mutation in the gene that codes for the enzyme GLO. This mutation stops us from completing the Vitamin C Synthesis making it vital to obtain from outside sources.

 

OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR LIVER HEALTH!

If you aren't already aware that fatty fishes like salmon and sardines are packed full of omega-3's, you can also get them through hemp seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds, walnuts and anchovies. 

 

B-Vitamins

High quality B complex supplement is a really good idea when dealing with hormonal fluctuations. This is definitely one of the vitamin groups that you will want to supplement with in addition to eating foods high in B-Vitamins. Eggs are one of the best sources of B7 (biotin). Another great source of B Vitamins is Nutritional Yeast - its great to sprinkle over pop corn and adds an incredible amount of B1, B2, B3 and B6, both B9 and B12 and a little B5. 

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INGREDIENTS WE USE AND LOVE

Organic Balm mint (can be made into a tea)

Also known as lemon balm, this herb has been shown in studies to lower high triglycerides and improve cholesterol synthesis in the liver. High antibacterial resistance against candida which is a common yeast infection that causes symptoms such as brain fog, fatigue, digestive issues and a weakened immunity. It also has been shown in studies to reduce pain from PMS Symptoms as well as endometriosis. It is rich in polyphenols which give it very strong antiviral properties and can help recover from viral infections like the told, flu or even shingles. 

Organic Ginger Root

Used to treat digestive disorders and inflammatory conditions, the antiseptic and antioxidant ingredients in ginger help fight against the bacteria and free radicals, improve circulation and reduce blemishes. These antioxidants also increase collagen production and reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation. High content and magnesium and vitamin C. 

 

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Hyaluxe Body Team