deAromatase

$97.95

DeAromatase is a fully patented, proprietary blend of natural herbs and phyto-nutrients designed for hormone support.

deAromatase
Dietary Supplement 
Natural Herb Therapy for Healthy Estrogen Levels 
deAromatase is a patented proprietary blend of natural herbs and phyto-nutrients designed to support optimal hormone levels. This therapy contains Nettle Root Extract (Urtica dioica), Pumpkin Seed Oil (Curcubita pepo), pygeum Africanum (prunus Africana bark extract standardized to contain 13% total sterols) and Chrysin.

What is deAromatase?

deAromatase is a patented, proprietary blend of natural herbs and phyto-nutrients designed to optimize hormonal levels and ratios.
This is accomplished through the following mechanisms:
• deAromatase works to selectively inhibit the aro-matase enzyme, which is responsible for the conversion of both androstenedione and testosterone to estrogen.
•deAromatase has been shown to help control the enzyme Salpha-reductase, which is responsible for the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT).

• Testing indicates that deAromatase attaches to estrogen receptor sites blocking excess estrogen from attaching and exerting its effects.

The cumulative effect of these mechanisms is increased bioavailable* testosterone levels and decreased estrogenic effects within the body. Since androstenedione's conversion to estrogen is limited, more androstenedione is available for its conversion to testosterone. The increased testosterone is able to remain elevated because less is converted to estrogen or DHT. This enables a greater chance for testosterone to exert its positive effects upon the body; whereas, the excess estrogen is restricted in its ability to exert negative effects due to less receptor sites available for attachment.

Validation

deAromatase was formulated based on published scientific data and hypothesized to help restore and improve the hormonal balance between testosterone and estrogen in both men and women. This theory was then assessed by having subjects who were not consuming any other supplements take the recommended dosage of deAromatase for a specified period of time. Testing was performed using saliva analysis which tested for the bioavailable hormone content within the body. The testing results, produced by an independent laboratory, showed an average increase of 125% in the ratio between bioavailable testosterone and estrogen within 48 hours.


Use by men and women

Regardless of sex, all people share the same hormones. The difference is in the ratios and concentrations of the various hormone levels. The main reason for the difference between testosterone ratios in men and women is a protein called sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). This protein is synthesized by the liver and acts to modulate the concentration of unbound hormones present in the blood. This modulation occurs for two reasons. First, SHBG has a much higher affinity for testosterone than to estrogen, meaning that it will bind to testosterone more readily than it will bind to estrogen. Secondly, SHBG synthesis is affected by both hormone concentrations. High levels of testosterone in the blood decrease production, whereas high levels of estrogen promote SHBG production.

The major change in hormone concentrations between men and women takes place during puberty. As males begin to develop their secondary sex characteristics, their testosterone levels rise accordingly. This increase in testosterone production in turn decreases the synthesis of SHBG, and ultimately a 3-4:1 testosterone to estrogen ratio is reached. The opposite is true in females. After sexual maturation, estrogen becomes dominant and SHBG production is increased. Since SHBG has a higher affinity for testosterone over estrogen, this increase limits the amount of testosterone available and modifies the hormonal ratio to about 1:2 (testosterone to estrogen).

The reason that deAromatase works on both men and women is because it is dose dependent. This means that the amount taken is directly tied to the amount of the conversion enzymes and estrogen receptors that are blocked. Through research and testing, it has been established that five (5) servings per day work adequately to help restore the natural hormonal ratios in men. Women need only take three (3) servings per day to help restore their hormonal ratios.

The reason for the differences in dose rates between men and women comes back to their hormonal make-up. Men need more deAromatase because they need to restore higher testosterone to estrogen ratios. The five servings per day have been shown to effectively reduce the conversion of testosterone to estrogen, which in turn lowers the production of SHBG, which in turn binds less testosterone. The preservation of testosterone coupled with the decrease in binding to SHBG works to restore their homeostatic ratio. Women, need less DeAromatase because they need less overall testosterone for optimal performance. This does not mean that it is less important, in fact, deAromatase is more important in women because they tend to become excessively estrogenic. Women’s testosterone to estrogen ratio can become skewed much quicker than men due to the double impact of SHBG. As estrogen levels increase, SHBG production increases causing more testosterone to become bound; this effectively lowers the amount of testosterone available. This increase in estrogen, coupled with the subsequent decrease in testosterone, causes their ratios to become severely imbalanced.

One of the most prevalent concerns resulting from this extreme estrogen dominance is obesity. Obesity further contributes to estrogen dominance with further production of estrogen by the fat cells, (adipocytes), themselves. 

Why Use deAromatase?

deAromatase may help to optimize the healthy hormonal levels.

Possible Benefits

• Aids in Support of healthy hormone balance
• Improved Sense Well-Being
• Increase in Lean Muscle Mass and Strength
• Weight and/or Fat Loss
• More Energy, Increased Metabolism
• Improved Cognitive Function
• Supports Healthy Immune System
• Aids in Healthy Prostate Function
• Increased Insulin Sensitivity
• Supports healtlhy Libido

deAromatase Ingredients

Proprietary Blend 500mg

Chrysin, Nettle extract (root), Pumpkin (seed), Pygeum extract (bark)

Other ingredients: Gelatin (as capsule), Magnesium Stearate, Silica

Suggested Use

Men - Take 2 capsules in the morning, 1 capsule in the afternoon, and 2 capsules in the evening for a total of 5 capsules per day.

Women - Take 1 capsule in the morning, afternoon and evening, for a total of 3 capsules per day.

Take with meal.

Obtaining an annual saliva hormone profile will enable the dosage to be corrected if necessary.

WARNING:  Pregnant or nursing mothers should not use de aromatase.  If you have any medical conditions, take any prescription drugs, or if you are having surgery or have had recent surgery consult with your healthcare practitioner before using this product. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.

†Results may vary

deAromatase: Suggested Use

Men - Take 2 capsules in the morning, 1 capsule in the afternoon, and 2 capsules in the evening for a total of 5 capsules per day.

Women - Take 1 capsule in the morning, afternoon and evening, for a total of 3 capsules per day.

Take with meal.

Obtaining an annual saliva hormone profile will enable the dosage to be corrected if necessary.

WARNING:  Pregnant or nursing mothers should not use de aromatase.  If you have any medical conditions, take any prescription drugs, or if you are having surgery or have had recent surgery consult with your healthcare practitioner before using this product. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.

†Results may vary

deAromatase Frequently Asked Questions

1. Please tell me more about deAromatase.

Our body needs estrogen to function properly, but too much estrogen can cause detrimental health effects, and severely limits our ability to produce future testosterone. It is a common fact that estrogen is produced by our body; but more serious and lesser known is that estrogens are produced outside of our body and brought in. These are known as environmental estrogens, "pseudo-estrogens," or "xeno-estrogens," which may not be estrogen, but are treated as such by our body. Some of the places in the environment where these "estrogens" may be found include:

• Water - Herbicides / pesticides act as endocrine disrupters, which elevate estrogen, and are washed into our drinking water.
• Liquids - Milk has been found to contain concentrations of estrogen.
• Meats - This industry uses estrogen to hasten growth of animals used for food.
• Plants - Produce a mild form of estrogen known as "phyto-estrogen."
• Grains and Starches - Become digested into simple-sugars and cause the body to increase production of estrogen.
• PVC and Plastics- Leach "estrogens" into surrounding materials.

Our body attempts to regulate the amount of estrogen present and its ratio to testosterone through a process called negative feedback. This means that the end product in a chain of events affects an event higher up causing the entire process to stop or decrease. The end product, estrogen, causes the hypo-thalamus / pituitary gland to decrease the future production of precursors to, and testosterone. This process is flawed. Once the levels of estrogen are elevated and the resulting levels of testosterone are decreased, the negative feedback process is unable to correct itself due to the influx of environmental estrogens. This is where deAromatase comes in.

deAromatase works with the negative feedback process to help increase the levels of testosterone, decrease levels of estrogen, and realign their ratio to a healthy normal range. This is accomplished because some of the receptor sites deAromatase binds to affect the negative feedback process, causing the body to sense the need for more testosterone and increase production. The selective inhibition of the aromatase enzyme allows the increased testosterone production to adjust and realign itself to its normal ratio with estrogen. Even with the influx of environmental estrogens, our body is able to maintain healthy concentrations of testosterone and estrogen.

People all share the same hormonal make-up, the difference lies in its ratios and concentrations.

Sex-hormone-binding-globulin (SHBG) is a protein produced by the liver that is mainly responsible for the modulation of the sex hormones in men and women. Its role is to modify the amount of bioavailable hormones which it does in two ways. First, SHBG will bind to testosterone much more readily than it will to estrogen; when it binds to a hormone, it makes it inactive. Secondly, estrogen promotes SHBG production, whereas testosterone decreases it.

When we become estrogen dominant, not only does our body decrease production of testosterone, it increases production of SHBG which binds the testosterone lowering levels even further. Some of the negative effects of estrogen dominance include:

• Impaired Immune Function
• Weight Gain, Fat Accumulation
• Fatigue, Lowered Energy Levels
• Emotional Imbalances, Mood Swings
• Decreased Mental Clarity, Inability to Concentrate
• Loss of Libido

Probably the most severe negative effect of estrogen dominance is the impaired immune function. When our immune system is compromised, we tend to get sick more often and the severity of the sickness increases.

Weight gain is another severe negative effect of estrogen dominance. To briefly explain, die hormone estrogen causes the body to store fat. It also binds to the thyroid hormone, triiodothyronine (T3), which causes the metabolism to slow. In addition, estrogen causes insulin insensitivity, which is when the body produces excessive amounts of insulin to shuttle calories. The inefficiency of insulin, along with the slowing of metabolism causes the body to increase fat storage. The real kicker is that fat cells produce estrogen! This means that the more fat accumulated, the more estrogen produced, which causes more fat gain, and so on.

Once in this vicious cycle, it is very hard to ever get out, which is evidenced by the soaring rates of overweight and obese Americans.

deAromatase works in a dose dependent fashion. This means that the amount taken is directly tied to the amount of conversion enzymes and estrogen receptors that are blocked. Through testing, we have established that five (5) servings per day works adequately to restore hormonal balance in men; women need take only three (3) serving per day.

Why Take deAromatase?

deAromatase works to optimize the body's hormonal levels and create a healthier environment. The hormonal repositioning will begin within the first few days; effects of this repositioning have been noticed as early as two (2) weeks.

†Results may vary.