Online appointment for premenstrual syndrome, endocrine, environmental and toxin tests
The health effects of environmental hormones:
Endocrine disruptors accumulate in adipose tissue in a low water solubility and high fat solubility, which in turn affects the function of hormones in the body.
Symptoms associated with endocrine disorders include:
2. Irregular menstruation
3. Premenstrual syndrome
4. Breast fibrocyst
5. Polycystic ovarian disease group (PCOs)
6. Breast cancer
8. Uterine fibroids
9. Ovarian cancer
10. Prostate cancer
11. Reduced sperm count
How to avoid exposure and accelerated excretion of environmental hormones?
※ Change the lifestyle:
1. Avoid ingesting, inhaling and inhaling phenols to reduce exposure. Avoid using “nonionic surfactants” at home and in the workplace. Read the product label carefully to avoid using products containing “nonionic surfactants”.
2. Phenols are one of the constituents of tobacco. Avoid smoking in closed spaces like at home or in the car, and restrict children to family members who have smoking habits. Household products containing phenols and non-prescription drugs should be carefully collected to prevent accidental poisoning and skin burns.
3. Increase excretion and metabolism and increase body clearance. Increasing the amount of water intake increases the efficiency of elimination. Exercise stimulates liver detoxification enzymes and promotes excretion via the kidneys or skin.
4. Eat more cruciferous vegetables - broccoli (broccoli), cauliflower, cabbage, Kale, Chinese cabbage, radish, Qingjiang, mustard and ginger, onion, garlic.
※ Nutrients are actively involved in treatment:
A. Strengthen the nutrient intake needed to supplement liver detoxification
1. Vitamin B group: B2, B3, B6, B12, folic acid.
2. Amino acids: glycine, taurine, arginine, ornithine, glutamine
3. Antioxidants: lipoic acid, glutathione, N-acetylcysteine (NAC), methionine, methionine, CoQ10, Vitamins A, C, E, etc.
B. Enhance liver detoxification enzyme activity and repair liver cells
1. sodium glucuronate – specifically strengthens the second phase of the liver (glycolonidation).
2. Phytochemicals: Wasabia japonica, broccoli sprouts, turmeric, green tea polyphenols - catechins, silymarinphosphatidylcholine, siliphos® .
C. Intestinal bacteria phase biochemistry:
1. Probiotics, prebiotics: maintains the balance of the intestinal flora and avoids dysbiosis.
2. calcium-D-glucarate: Intestinal harmful bacteria secrete β-glucuronidase to inhibit and destroy the second phase (phase II) glucuronidation of the liver. Calcium gluconate inhibits the secretion of β-glucuronidase from the intestine.
Report 2 weeks
The cost is 5000NTD.
Online appointment for premenstrual syndrome, endocrine, and environmental toxins