Balance T by Dr. Lisa O.
Balance T by Dr. Lisa O. - Are you looking for a way to support a healthy hormone balance in your body? If so, Dr. Lisa O's Ultra Test may be just what you need! This unique formula contains Tribulus Terrestris, Chrysin, Horny Goat Weed, Longjack, and Saw Palmetto Berries - all of which have been traditionally used to support healthy hormone levels.
Plus, this formula is easy to take - simply mix it with water or your favorite beverage once daily. So why wait? Give Dr. Lisa O's Balance T a try today and feel the difference!
Balance T Ingredients Panel
Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide) - Elemental magnesium is abundant in magnesium oxide, magnesium carbonate, and other inorganic magnesium salts. Magnesium supports muscle and nerve function, as well as energy production in the body. There are usually no symptoms associated with low magnesium levels. Chronically low levels, however, can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and osteoporosis. For those who need to raise their magnesium levels, it isn't a good choice since the body doesn't absorb it well. (1)
Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) - A vital mineral, zinc plays a number of vital roles in the body. Almost every cell in your body contains zinc, which is the second-most abundant trace mineral after iron. In addition to its role in metabolism, digestion, and nerve function, zinc plays a vital role in over 300 enzymes. The immune system also depends on it for development and function. Zinc is also vital for the function of the immune system. As well as reducing oxidative stress, zinc also reduces levels of certain inflammation-causing proteins in your body. (2)(3)
Tribulus Terrestris (fruit) - Tribulus terrestris supplements are commonly taken by active individuals in order to increase muscle mass or reduce fat mass. There are a number of health benefits associated with Tribulus terrestris, including reduced blood sugar and cholesterol levels, altered hormone levels, and improved sexual function. (4)
Chrysin (Oroxylum indicum) (seed) - Chrysin is found in flowers of some fruits, oyster mushrooms, and in chamomile, an herb often used as a calming tea. By limiting the activity of a key enzyme, chysin appears to work synergistically with herbs that increase testosterone to help balance hormones. In athletes as well as older people, it has been reported to enhance lean muscle development. (5)
Horny Goat Weed (Epidemdium sagittatum) (aerial) - There is evidence that it can increase testosterone production and increase estrogen levels, particularly in post-menopausal women. As a result, it promotes blood circulation and flow throughout the body, improving libido for both men and women. Normalizing cortisol levels can support destressing and restoring hormone balance in the body. (6)(7)
Longjack (Eurycoma longifolia) (root) - Longjack contains flavonoids, alkaloids, and other antioxidant compounds. A compound called an antioxidant fights cellular damage caused by molecules called free radicals. Low testosterone levels can lead to low libido, erectile dysfunction, and infertility. Tongkat ali contains compounds that may boost low testosterone, so it may be able to treat these conditions. Your body may produce fewer stress hormones if you take longjack, decrease anxiety, and improve mood all from this simple herb. (8)(9)
Saw Palmetto Berries (serenoa repens) (berry) - A variety of factors can contribute to hair loss, including genetics, medical conditions, hormonal changes, and medications such as blood thinners and stimulants. The herb saw palmetto is often used to prevent hair loss and balance hormone levels. In some studies, saw palmetto has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. Saw palmetto is often used to boost testosterone levels naturally. There are several aspects of health that are affected by testosterone levels, including body composition, sex drive, mood, and brain function. Some research suggests that low levels contribute to health conditions like heart disease as we age. (10)(11)
Hawthorn Berries (Crataegus pinnatifida Bunge) (berry) - Plants such as hawthorn berries contain powerful antioxidant compounds called polyphenols. In high levels, free radicals can damage your body, which is why antioxidants help neutralize them. Hawthorn extract may reduce blood cholesterol levels due to its flavonoid and pectin content, according to some studies. A type of fiber involved in cholesterol metabolism is pectin. (12)(13)
Cissus Quadrangularis (stem) - It has been shown that Cissus quadrangularis relieves joint pain and arthritis symptoms, which are characterized by swollen, stiff joints. You are more likely to develop heart disease, stroke, and diabetes if you have metabolic syndrome. The conditions include excess belly fat, high blood pressure, blood sugar, and high cholesterol or triglycerides. (14)