Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
People who struggle with adrenal fatigue often reach for synthetic stimulants (energy drinks, caffeine, etc.) to give them the boost needed to function in their day. This solution is actually counterproductive, much like trying to jump-start a car that has no battery. Nutritional experts recommend adaptogenic plants and herbs for a natural form of energy. Some of the most well-known adaptogenic herbs include multiple strands of ginseng (a key component in Dynamite’s Herbal Green™), astragalus, and ashwagandha (both found in Mega Botanicals™).
There are a few Dynamite products that can help get your body functioning at peak performance again. For immediate energy, incorporate Mega Botanicals into your daily routine. This green drink provides an all-natural, caffeine-free pick me up. In addition, the combination of its chlorophyll base, digestive enzymes, and immune boosting ingredients balance pH and provide long lasting health benefits. To begin healing the adrenals, a foundational daily supplement is a must, especially one that contains high quality B vitamins. DM Plus™, Dynamite’s daily foundational supplement, contains pure amino acid chelates, including co-enzyme B complex and the highest quality Vitamin E in the industry, as well as a myriad of additional vitamins and minerals. In addition, taking Dynamite’s Herbal Green daily can provide those all-important adaptogens to normalize and stabilize hormonal balance.
Maintaining a healthy weight plays a huge part in reducing the stress of your organs. Eating healthier and reducing inflammation not only relieves pressure on the organs, but also increases energy and assists the body in behaving normally, consistently. Dynamite’s 180™ homeopathic weight loss drops along with Dyna-Lite™ help assist the body in burning adipose fat, as well as bringing into alignment the communication of the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal glands. It supports hormonal balance, healthy libido, consistent sleep habits, and overall feeling of well-being, helping the endocrine system function with a higher degree of efficacy.
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