Helps support adrenal function (adrenal glands are what produce hormones). Helps to calm and maintain a healthy nervous system. Helps to speed up metabolism by acting as a coenzyme in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Helps your body to produce antibodies- antibodies help your immune system.
Helps to treat some types of anemia. Helps your body to use fat and carbohydrates for energy and to make new protein.
Protects against toxins such as air pollution. Helps damaged skin cells to heal.
Iron is the substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to transport it throughout your entire body. Without healthy red blood cells, your body can’t get enough oxygen-which can lead to fatigue.
Small secreted proteins released by cells in the body. They have a specific effect on the interactions and communications between cells. They help in the making of new cells to heal and replace damaged cells and tissue.
Help to repair damage done to the body caused by childbirth. Helps you to heal and recover quicker.
Contributes to mammary gland development in preparation for lactation, stabilizes postpartum mood, regulates post-birth uterine cramping.
Promotes lactation; increases milk supply; enhances the mothering instinct.
Decreases pain and increases bonding in mother and infant; counteracts the production of stress hormones such as Cortisol; greatly reduces postpartum bleeding; enhances the breastfeeding let-down reflex.
Stimulates the production of your body’s natural opioids, including endorphins; reduces pain; increases well-being.
Regulates the the thyroid gland; boosts energy; regulates metabolism.
Regulation of CRH helps to prevent depression.
Reduces inflammation and swelling promotes healing.
Triggers the protective defenses of the immune system to fight infection; inhibits virus reproduction.
Regulates contractions in the uterus after birth; helps uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size.
Replenishes maternal iron stores to combat anemia; increases energy; decreases fatigue and depression.
Oxygen-carrying molecule which provides a boost in energy.
Stops bleeding and enhances wound healing.
Antibody molecules which support the immune system.
This hormone has lactogenic and growth-promoting properties; promotes mammary gland growth in preparation for lactation in the motherIt also regulates maternal glucose, protein, and fat levels.
Aids in digestion, hormone balance, cell repair, and nutrient utilization
Promotes breakdown of stored fats, sending them to baby
Helps support adrenal function (adrenal glands are what produces hormones); helps to calm and maintain a healthy nervous system; helps to speed up metabolism by acting as a coenzyme in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats and proteins; helps your body to produce antibodies
Helps your body to use fats and carbohydrates for energy and to make new protein.