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Many happy and satisfied clients keep telling us how great they feel after changing their diets with Metabolic Balance. They love that they can really see the difference as well as feeling it! A particularly common side effect of getting healthy is clearer and smoother skin. It’s this healthy glow and radiance that others see too and shows that it’s not just about the smaller number you see on the scales as to why it so wonderful to eat healthy food. We love hearing every single success story that is sent to us.
Thus, we’d like to say a big thank you to all MB’ers – You’re great!
Childlessness needs separate advice for female and male. What men and woman have in common, however, is that the reproductive functions are depending on hormones. While in men sperm quality can be limited by a nutrient deficiency in terms of mobility, speed and number of sperms, in women hormone imbalance can be the cause of unwanted childlessness.
A dominance of estrogen in relation to the partner hormone progesterone can be the possible cause, through too much soy in the diet or “xenoestrogens” (environmental hormones that can bind to estrogen receptors) or through medication such as the hormonal contraceptive pill.
An unfulfilled desire to have children can also be caused by disturbances in the zinc balance. As zinc is involved in the formation of sex hormones, the trace element also has a significant influence on the fertility of couples. In men, zinc is important for increasing the number of sperms, in women it regulates an irregular menstrual cycle.
Basically, it is the hormones that control fertility and pleasurable sensation. So you could say: Hormones good – all is good! Nutrient deficiencies cause a loss of libido. Correct functioning of hormones in turn depend on healthy nutrition. Sex hormones, among others, depend on zinc. The same is valid for the nerve stimulating histamine, which can trigger feelings of pleasure in the brain resembling orgasm. Therefore, zinc should be available to the body in sufficient quantities for libido, potency and orgasm ability. However, some individual natural foods also stimulate the desire by boosting the production of sex hormones, think of olive oil and nuts. Protein, ginger and chili ensure good blood circulation in the blood vessels. For women, avocado and pomegranate are among the number 1 natural aphrodisiacs.