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Hi Fran, btw I love your website, so informative!! I am 42 years old and I started getting acne in my late teens after I got married. It was an on and off battle with it since than. I had been on proactive for a long time which seemed to help but the acne always came back and I would have to go on antibiotics to get rid of them, which they did. I decided to stop proactive as I wanted to switch to more natural products. Tried bunch of natural oils and they really helped the overall texture of my skin but ended up clogging my pores quite a bit. I had been on the mirena IUD for 12 years so got that removed end of July. The acne kept on coming back, but now after 3 months it is crazy. I never had this many popping up at this rate. There are 5-6 active cysts every single day and some don’t dry out no matter what I put on them. I tried antibiotics for a week and they made me dizzy and have blurred vision. So I stopped. I am taking zinc, magnesium, cod liver oil and vit c supplements. I eat very healthy and drink tons of water. Gave up coffee, alcohol, sugar etc. Please help..

I am 44 and until recently (Sept 2017) I had no significant signs of peri-menopause. In September I had a lot of stress and developed extreme anxiety which came on strong and with little reason other than stress which I have always dealt well with. Since that time my dr thinks that it may be hormonal. I had my progesterone and estrogen levels tested (23 days after the start of my period) and although they are not out of the normal range my progesterone was a little low. I noticed a huge amount of anxiety a few days before my period all the way through and periodically throughout the month. My periods are coming closer and closer together. Like 23-25 days apart. I am not sleeping well and will wake up with a rush of adrenalin and feel very warm, but not extremely sweaty. I am usually able to fall asleep after some time after waking up, but then wake up off and on after that feeling super anxious. I tok some sleeping medication, but it was making me confused and foggy and I cannot do that in my line of work. I don’t want to take anxiety medication, because I’ve found that I’m fairly sensitive to medications. I am on a low dose of progesterone, but it doesn’t always seem to help. The anxiety is causing so many weird symptoms (dizzy, heart palpitations, headache, racing thoughts, irritability, uncontrollable unwanted thoughts about my health and what could be the real reason for all of this) and I don’t know what is hormonal, lack of sleep, or anxiety related. This is terrifying! My dr is great, but I feel like we are running out of options! Any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated! The weird part is this all seemed to come on overnight. I think I had some low grade symptoms before, but this has seemed intense in the amount of time.

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Hey everyone, Boost is a solid supplement. I usually work out 3x a week. It is def not a miracle pill and usually with most things you get what you put out. Its not going to make youhuge or anything like that, what I have noticed is if you eat right and workout pretty regularly you will see a definite change in body fat around your mid section. And it will cut little fat off of certain places you work ou. Basically it will help you in making noticable lean muscle and may even make it a little more dense. Like I said it is worth it only if you eat right on the reg and workout on the reg. You will enjoy this, dont expect to take it and do nothing and expect to see results.

Hello Elaine. You may have to try a few different therapies... I had to over the last 14 years and almost everything I tried worked for a while. First off I have to confess I smoked for many years so won't get on your case for caffeine and pop... It took a concerted effort and lifestyle change to get on top of all the symptoms... And I had them all in spades. I did alot of research on this subject and tried alot of things just trying to beat it... the mainstream doctors don't have a solution for us so it's something we have to figure out with other women.

Saturated fat raises HDL lipoproteins (they are not cholesterol even if people call them that, they are a protein that carries cholesterol, cholesterol has NO TYPES, it is carried around by different types of LIPOPROTEINS; trying to explain it in a way that is understandable). HDL is considered “good”, but it’s a flawed misconception. HDL carries cholesterol away from sites in the body, while LDL carries it to those sites. This is equivalent to saying the ambulance driving to the site of a crash is a “bad ambulance” and the ambulance carrying the paramedics and patient back to the hospital is a “good ambulance”. See how dumb that is? It’s the same dang ambulance doing two different functions. Further, there are several sub-types of LDL, two being LDL and VLDL, which are both essential in maintaining the body’s health. The problem arises with chronic inflammation from oxidation, which raises VLDL to intolerable levels, and too much of a good thing is bad, so it’s STILL not “bad cholesterol”, there’s just too much of it because it’s essential in the repair of the damage causing the inflammation. Inflammation is a response from the body telling the repair system that it needs help, and cholesterol is the repair guy. Saturated fat puffs VLDL up in to LDL, which is large and puffy and can’t be forced into the arterial walls through oxidation. The fact that cholesterol is at the site of the arterial plaque means absolutely nothing; it would be the same as blaming the band-aid for the scratches being under it or blaming the ambulance for the accident. Saturated fats also lower triglycerides, which is what you should really be looking out for, not cholesterol. High triglycerides does not mean avoid those, either, it means something is damaging your body and raising them, which ‘vegetable’ oils cause and saturated fat reduces.

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Hey everyone, Boost is a solid supplement. I usually work out 3x a week. It is def not a miracle pill and usually with most things you get what you put out. Its not going to make youhuge or anything like that, what I have noticed is if you eat right and workout pretty regularly you will see a definite change in body fat around your mid section. And it will cut little fat off of certain places you work ou. Basically it will help you in making noticable lean muscle and may even make it a little more dense. Like I said it is worth it only if you eat right on the reg and workout on the reg. You will enjoy this, dont expect to take it and do nothing and expect to see results.

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