Take 1-3 vegan capsules once daily, preferably with food.
NOT FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE PREGNANT, NURSING.
Ally Nature DHEA for Female Fertility
The body naturally produces the hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). In turn, DHEA affects the levels of other hormones, including estrogen (women) and testosterone (men).
DHEA appears to peak at age 25, however, over time, the levels of DHEA, known as the “hormone of youth, “naturally decreases”. DHEA levels may also be low when there is adrenal insufficiency, in which the adrenal glands can’t produce normal amounts of hormones.
Low DHEA can create unfavorable health issues including fatigue, excess body weight, and low sexual hormone levels. Unusual low levels of DHEA in women of childbearing age may also be associated with poor adrenal health. Whether it is due to a hormonal issue or simply getting older, the levels of DHEA in a women’s body may not be enough to help them get pregnant. *
Supplementing with DHEA may offer several benefits, especially for women trying to conceive. DHEA supports female fertility by means of egg development in a healthy environment in the ovaries. Scientific researches showed that women supplemented with 75 mg DHEA daily for at least 60 days prior to inseminations, they demonstrated significantly higher antral follicle counts, significantly improved pregnancy rates and live births.*
In addition to its benefits for pregnancy support, DHEA promotes healthy aging, positive mood, and healthy sexual function.*
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