TumorX Her Balance Repairs The
Endocrine System and Keeps It Healthy
TumorX Her Balance nourishes key components of the endocrine system, affecting the body's ability to deal with stress and illness. It fortifies the immune system, increases stamina and balances metabolic energy and hormones. Her Balance contains substances proven to help repair and keep the endocrine system healthy and functioning properly. Typical dosage of TumorX Her Balance is 3-12 capsules per day. Some people respond within 45 minutes of taking the product.
Research has shown that the substances contained in TumorX Her Balance are effective in repairing the endocrine system. The examples listed on this page are from An Endocrine Handbook published by the Harrower Laboratory in 1939. Each link listed is a page from the book that shows several different studies indicating the ingredients found in TumorX Her Balance are in fact successful in treating a number of conditions from Addison's Disease to the common cold.
The Endocrine System
The endocrine system is a group of specialized organs and body tissues whose primary functions are to produce, store and secrete hormones. Hormones are chemical messengers in the body; they transfer information and instructions from cell to cell. The hormones produced by the endocrine system have a great deal of influence over the body. The primary glands that make up the human endocrine system are the pituitary, parathyroid and adrenal glands.
Hormones from the endocrine organs are secreted directly into the bloodstream, where special proteins bind to them to keep the hormones intact as they travel throughout the body. The proteins also act as a reservoir, allowing only a small fraction of the hormone circulating in the blood to affect the target tissue. Specialized proteins in the target tissue, called receptors, bind with the hormones in the bloodstream, inducing chemical changes in response to the body’s needs.
Healthy Endocrine System is Key to Hormone Regulation
Too much or too little hormone can be harmful to the body, so hormone levels are regulated by a feedback mechanism. Feedback works like a household thermostat. When the heat inside a house falls, the thermostat responds by switching the furnace on, and when the temperature is too warm, the thermostat switches the furnace off.
Usually, the change that a hormone produces also serves to regulate that hormone's secretion. For example, parathyroid hormone causes the body to increase the level of calcium in the blood. As calcium levels rise, the secretion of parathyroid hormone then decreases. This feedback mechanism allows for tight control over hormone levels, which is essential for ideal body function.
Other mechanisms may also influence feedback relationships. For example, if an individual becomes ill, the adrenal glands increase the secretions of certain hormones that help the body deal with the stress of illness. The adrenal glands work in connection with the pituitary gland and the brain to increase the body’s tolerance of these hormones in the blood, preventing the normal feedback mechanism from decreasing secretion levels until the illness is gone.
The adrenal glands may only be approximately the size of an almond, but don't be fooled. These glands are extremely important in the body and affect the way you think and feel. They affect how fats and carbohydrates are used, are a factor in fats and proteins being converted to energy, how stored fat is distributed, blood sugar regulation and proper cardiovascular and gastrointestinal functions.
The adrenal glands are responsible for helping the body cope with stress and survive through stress; these glands are referred to as the “glands of stress.” They allow the body to deal with stress from every possible source whether it is job related, injury, disease, relationship problems or just the stresses of everyday life in the 21st Century.
Individuals from all areas of life, every culture, all ages and every race can suffer from adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue occurs when the activity of the adrenal glands diminishes. The less function that is going on in the adrenal glands, the more organs and systems in the body are affected. Changes occur in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance, heart and cardiovascular system and sex drive. Listed below are some causes and lifestyles that can attribute to adrenal fatigue:
•Disease including type 2 Diabetes
• Steroid Drugs
• College Students
• Single Parenting
• Relationship Issues
• Work Situation
• Loss of Job