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How S’moo Ovary Good Balances Your Hormones!

Ever wonder how S'moo Hormone Balance powder works?! In this article, we go over what goes into S'moo, and how it works with your body to balance your hormones to your bodies optimal levels.

S’moo Ovary Good is all about helping you balance your hormones but do you know all the possibilities?! For some women, S’moo promotes menstrual regularity, reduces PMS & PMDD symptoms, promotes PCOS relief, reduces acne and promotes overall healthier skin. Since S’moo rebalances your hormones it also can decrease hirsutism. It can also help improve fertility with healthy egg maturation and increase libido. It may help improve insulin levels and help you with weight management. Not to mention, women all over have raved about their increased energy and improved mood.

So how can one product help with so many things? It’s because when your body has a hormone imbalance your body starts producing too much or too little of these powerful hormones. This can create a natural disaster inside you and it varies from woman to woman but overall hormone imbalances can cause a snowball effect, so to speak.

Here is a breakdown on what is in S’moo Ovary Good and how it can help balance your body and promote positive changes!

All of the following ingredients can help with multiple things but it’s the unique combo of S’moo that helps so many women every day. 

Take a look at some of the ingredients.

One of my favorite ingredients that helps promote normal hormone levels and regular menstrual cycles is Inositol. It also helps how the body processes and uses insulin which can be beneficial for women with PCOS. You’re going to hear a lot about insulin in this blog, so what is it? Insulin is a hormone that regulates the absorption of sugar (glucose) by cells. If your body is over producing insulin, more glucose is able to enter your cells but your cells can get more glucose than they need. Glucose that your cells don’t use becomes fat.

A driving condition that leads to multiple PCOS symptoms is high insulin. This is because high insulin not only can cause weight gain but also cause the ovaries to make excess testosterone and impair ovulation.  Which is why, besides having Inositol in S’moo to help with insulin,  you’ll see a few more ingredients mentioned in this blog to help regulate insulin because rebalancing your insulin can cure many symptoms.

Another helpful ingredient to help improve insulin levels and insulin sensitivity is NAC supplementation. NAC helps to reduce menstrual irregularity, abnormal hair growth (hirsutism), and cholesterol. Some studies also show improved ovulation and pregnancy rates as well as improving egg and embryo quality, which makes sense because having a balanced insulin level that isn’t over producing will bring back a more regular cycle. Which is why NAC is great for increasing your fertility. 

Suffering from infertility and depression? Ashwagandha may help with symptoms like irregular period, infertility, depression, weight gain, and insomnia by restoring hormonal balance. It lowers cortisol (stress hormone) and testosterone. It makes the body use up insulin and lowers fat. It also fights cell damage by boosting immunity. Taken with other herbs, it induces ovulation, regularizes periods, and relieves period pain.

Magnesium is one of the body’s electrolytes, which are minerals that carry an electric charge when dissolved into the bloodstream.  It’s amazing how many people actually aren’t getting enough magnesium because it’s needed for over 300 body reactions and functions. S’moo has Magnesium Citrate used to improve insulin sensitivity, fight fatigue & stress, improve heart health, fight symptoms of depression and promotes better sleep. “Magnesium is a mineral that our bodies rely on to feel fit, healthy and full of vitality,” nutritionist Fiona Tuck

This next one is a chemical compound often used as a nutritional supplement to treat type 2 diabetes and reduce insulin resistance. Chromium Picolinate is a trace mineral that enhances the function of insulin, it does this by increasing the sensitivity of the insulin receptor. We picked this ingredient for S’moo for all the women suffering from PCOS. It’s important because when PCOS is left untreated, 40% of women will develop type 2 diabetes, not to mention have difficulty avoiding weight gain.

Vitamin D3 has been shown to play a role in egg quality, egg development, and overall fertility. Vitamin D has also been associated with reducing androgen levels, improving overall mood, and lowering inflammation. You can check out a longer blog on Vitamin D here

Zinc Gluconate may help improve PMS symptoms, fertility, hair loss, acne prone skin and reduce inflammation. Cholesterol and glucose metabolism, as well as fertility are all affected by Zinc. Zinc plays a very important role in your body’s production, storage, and use of insulin. Check out our blog on Zinc here.

All of these lovely ingredients combined, help your bodies hormones regulate. Hopefully this blog gave you insight into why!

Ovary Good Capsules

Did you know we now offer Ovary Good Hormone Balance Powder in Capsule form?! Karagan the Founder of S’moo, used to take 12 pills prior to creating our first product, Ovary Good. Which is why she originally created it in powder form, to make it easy to take so many vitamins and minerals at once. However S’moo Babes all over wanted a capsule option for those mornings or travel days where making something with S’moo wouldn’t work.

The Ovary Good Capsules are the same great formula but adjusted amounts on the Magnesium and NAC. Not sure which one is for you? Then check out the video here on the difference between powder and capsule form!

Here is a quick recap!

1) Inositol – May help promote normal hormone levels and regular menstrual cycles.
2) NAC – May help improve insulin levels and insulin sensitivity.
3) Magnesium Citrate – May improve insulin sensitivity, fight fatigue & stress, improve heart health, fight symptoms of depression and promotes better sleep.
4) Ashwagandha – May help with irregular period, infertility, depression, weight gain, and insomnia
5) Chromium Picolinate – May help increase the sensitivity of the insulin receptor, helpful for those with PCOS.
6) Vitamin D3 – May help with egg quality, reducing androgen levels, improving overall mood, and lowering inflammation.
7) Zinc Gluconate – May help improve PMS symptoms, fertility, hair loss, acne prone skin and reduce inflammation.

Here are just a few recent reviews out of over a 1000+ 5 star reviews of women enjoying the results of S’moo: 

Amazing! Smoo is amazing! I have had PCOS since I was 18 and would not get a period unless I was on Birth Control. After being off Birth Control for 2 months and taking smoo for 2 weeks I got my period! Highly recommend. – Kirstin L.

MAGIC. I am in love with this stuff! It’s been a God send for me!! It has made me feel so much better and has regulated my hormones. -Nicole M.

Unreal Results. I have been using Smoo for a little over 2 months now, and it has changed my life. My skin is clearer than it’s ever been, and My cycle is the most regular it’s ever been without birth control! I’m so happy with the results. Loyal customer here! -Elizabeth M.

4 months using it! Thanks to S’moo pain doesn’t control me anymore. – Shadia D.

Game Changer! Three months in, third normal period. No bleeding or spotting in between. My pms and pain have reduced. Can’t wait to try for another few months.❤️ -Catetina R.

Medical Disclaimer

This content is strictly the opinion of S’moo and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither S’moo nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.

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