Does Coenzyme Q10 Enhance Athletic Performance?

by Dennis McInerney, BS

Researchers have studied the potential benefits of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) supplementation in athletes for the past twenty plus years. In a summary of studies of Coenzyme Q10 and sports performance published in Chapter 16 of Clinical Sports Nutrition, 4thED, McGraw Hill, Sydney 2010, there was only one study from 1991 to 2000 that demonstrated performance enhancement. This 1997 study by Ylikoski et al showed improved VO2max with CoQ10 supplementation and an increase in aerobic and anaerobic thresholds.

More recent studies, however, shed a more positive light on the benefits of CoQ10 supplementation in athletic performance. A 2008 study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition sought to determine if acute (single dose) and/or chronic (14-days) supplementation of CoQ10 would improve anaerobic and/or aerobic exercise performance by increasing plasma and muscle CoQ10 concentrations within trained and untrained individuals. The researchers found that acute supplementation with CoQ10 resulted in higher muscle CoQ10 concentration, lower serum SOD oxidative stress, and higher malondialdehyde (MDA) levels during and following exercise. Chronic CoQ10 supplementation increased plasma CoQ10 concentrations and tended to increase time to exhaustion. Results indicate that acute and chronic supplementation of CoQ10 may affect acute and/or chronic responses to various types of exercise.

A 2010 study published in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research looked at the effects of CoQ10 supplementation on performance during repeated bouts of supramaximal exercise in sedentary men. “This randomized, double-blind, crossover study was composed of two 8-week periods of supplementation with either 100 mg·d−1 CoQ10 or placebo”. The authors concluded that “CoQ10 may show performance-enhancing effects during the repeated bouts of supramaximal exercises and CoQ10 might be used as ergogenic aid”.

A 2013 double blind study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition investigated the effect of CoQ10 supplementation on physical performance measured as maximum power output in young and healthy elite trained athletes. This study demonstrates that daily supplementation of 300 mg CoQ10 for 6 weeks significantly enhanced physical performance measured as maximum power output by plus 2.5% versus placebo in young healthy trained German Olympic athletes.

The jury may still be out on a definitive answer as to whether or not CoQ10 supplementation enhances athletic performance, but the most recent studies suggest that it does. Because of its safety, many athletes consider CoQ10 supplementation as one more way to gain a competitive edge. If you choose to supplement with CoQ10, consider CoQ-Zyme 30™ or CoQ-Zyme 100 Plus™ from Biotics Research. Both formulas contain micro-emulsified Coenzyme Q10 for maximum absorption.

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Dennis McInerney, BS

Dennis McInerney has been the Southeast operations manager for Biotics Research Corporation since 1996. He is a graduate of Moravian College with a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry. He has over 45 years of experience in the health care field. His in-depth knowledge of biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology and how it pertains to nutritional supplementation has earned the respect as a highly regarded speaker and metabolic consultant by health care professionals of all disciplines. His experience includes several years as a research pharmacologist as well as a metabolic consultant. In 1998, Dennis founded the Health Resource Center, an educational company, dedicated to helping health care professionals understand and reverse the detrimental effects of the modern diet. Through seminars and workshops, the Health Resource Center provides functional nutritional information and the clinical tools necessary to successfully guide patients on a path to nutritional wellness.

 

 

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Supplement FAQ: Whey Protein Isolate

by Biotics Research

Why you may need Whey Protein Isolate:

Whey Protein Isolate is considered by many practitioners to be the premier dietary supplement for protein. It provides the body with the necessary building blocks that are used to build or maintain muscle tissue. In fact, Whey Protein Isolate is a complete protein, containing the full complement of amino acids the body can utilize for optimal physical performance and for increasing glutathione levels. Whey has also been shown to have benefits on hormonal and cellular responses, benefits on immune function and wound healing, and is the perfect adjunct for body builders, moderate exercisers, dieters, and for those taking steps to support healthy aging, cardiovascular health, glucose metabolism, or general wellness. Whey Protein Isolate is a pure and natural high quality protein, rich in amino acids and biologically active lactoferrin (LF), Immunoglobulin (IgG), and glycomacropeptides (GMP). Whey Protein Isolate contains little fat, lactose, or cholesterol, making it an excellent protein choice for individuals of all ages.

Why your healthcare practitioner recommends Whey Protein Isolate:

Most whey proteins are processed using technologies which result in the denaturing of the proteins, thereby reducing the biologically active proteins LF, IgG, and GMP. Whey Protein Isolate from Biotics Research is produced using a natural, ultra-low temperature microfiltration method. The result is a product supplying a full balance of bioactive whey proteins with an excellent amino acid profile. Whey Protein Isolate from Biotics Research is devoid of added sugar, artificial flavorings, or soy lecithin and each serving of Whey Protein Isolate supplies 20 grams of naturally complete protein, making it ideal for low-carbohydrate or metabolically balanced diets.

Click here to download the Supplement FAQ on the Whey Protein Isolate from Biotics Research in a printable PDF.

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Supplement FAQ: Osteo-B Plus®

by Biotics Research

Why you may need Osteo-B Plus®:

Bone is a dynamic tissue that requires adequate nutrition for maintenance and growth. Maintaining a healthy balance between bone building osteoblasts and bone dissolving osteoclasts is dependent on adequate supplies of distinct nutrients. Osteoporosis is a condition associated with the abnormal reduction of bone density resulting from the excess loss of bone minerals, most notably calcium, often leading to fractures of the vertebrae and hips. While men are also affected, osteoporosis primarily affects women. The importance of calcium in preventing osteoporosis is well established. Interestingly, published data shows the majority of those suffering from osteoporosis are not necessarily calcium-deficient. Evidence clearly supports the view that multiple nutrients are essential to support a healthy skeletal system.

Why your healthcare practitioner recommends Osteo-B Plus® from Biotics Research:

Osteo-B Plus® supplies a wide array of essential and important nutrients to assist in the preservation of existing bone mineral mass and protein matrix and to support repair mechanisms. The comprehensive formula of Osteo-B Plus® includes: Calcium, supplied in the highly bioavailable citrate form, which is especially important for those having difficulty absorbing calcium due to conditions associated with low stomach acid (such as hypochlorhydria). Magnesium is necessary for remodeling, and is involved in the conversion of vitamin D to its active hormone form. In osteoporotic women, abnormal mineralization has been correlated with low magnesium levels. Vitamin D supports calcium absorption, and zinc enhances the action of vitamin D. Zinc is also a co-factor for alkaline phosphatase, an important enzyme found in bone. Manganese is included as it is required for the synthesis of connective tissue. Copper is a co-factor for the enzyme that forms cross-links between collagen in connective tissue. Boron affects the actions of hormones associated with bone health. Silicon is required for the structural integrity of connective tissue and bone strength. Vitamin K is required for the synthesis of the bone protein that attracts calcium to bone tissue. Other important nutrients contained in Osteo-B Plus® include B-Complex vitamins, vitamin C  and purified chondroitin sulfates.

 

Click here to download the Supplement FAQ about Osteo-B Plus® from Biotics Research in a printable PDF.

 

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Female Health

by John Crescione, DC, DICS

Like Rex Harrison said in MY FAIR LADY-“Why can’t a woman be more like a man?” But then again, Vive Le difference!  What we need to remember as health care providers is that woman have been blessed (or cursed- depending on where you stand) with the ability to have a baby. It is imperative to also remember this; hormones have both cause and effect on ALL body tissue and functions.

The derogatory term, hypochondriac is usually aimed at woman when the male medical doctor can’t find anything wrong with them on a blood test, MRI or X-ray. But before the 20th Century, hypochondriac pain was defined as “any diffuse, non specific pain found under the hypochondriac region of the ribs, with no known cause.” That statement changes the entire game.

We know that hormonal influences are involved with brain chemistry, mood swings, anxiety, depression as well as bowel, bladder, G.I, G.U. and reproductive issues. Combine these with the person’s physical history of body ailments, structural distortions effecting nerve supply to the organs, any nutritional imbalances and you have a big job on your hand to figure out the female patient.

One simple example would be the common occurrence of gallbladder symptoms, even the formation of gallstones (over time) during a female’s menstrual cycle. Under normal circumstances, a hormone called Cholecystokinin plays a key role in starting digestion within the small intestine. It is secreted from mucosal epithelial cells in the first segment of the small intestine (duodenum), and stimulates delivery of digestive enzymes from the pancreas into the small intestine and delivery of bile from the gallbladder. Cholecystokinin is also produced by neurons in the digestive nervous system, and is widely and abundantly distributed in the brain. During a woman’s menstrual cycle, hormone levels change. Estrogen levels in some woman are more dominant then their progesterone levels and can have an adverse effect on their digestion function, valves and organs of digestion. Proper progesterone levels are a relaxant to the digestive system function, organs and valves for proper secretion of digestive enzymes and hormones. The longer the estrogen and progesterone balance is off, the more easily it is to create bile that is more akin to sludge in the intestines and not able to do it’s job. Estrogen can also cause sodium and water retention. And an increase in fluid volume means an increase in internal pressure leading to irritation and inflammation of the viscera.

So from our perspective, in order to care for woman’s health issues, a good idea of their hormonal balance is a good place to start, as well as the after effects on the rest of the body. Suggestions for care should include regular chiropractic treatments for the areas of the mid back, pelvis and upper cervical areas, prgan adjusting for the gallbladder, pancreas, liver, adrenals, ovaries and uterus, a blood chemistry analysis and functional health appraisal. Supplementation would include. NutriClear® and Bio-Detox Packs™, Beta Plus™ and/or Beta TCP™, GSH-Plus™, Equi-Fem™, L-Arginine and DHEA to get you started.


John Crescione, DC, DICS

Dr. John Crescione is the former chiropractor for the NY JETS football team, and for a select number of players from the NY ISLANDERS hockey team and New York State GOLDEN GLOVES boxers. He maintains a family oriented practice, as well as specializing in sports injuries, women’s health issues and hard to treat chiropractic cases. He was voted International Chiropractor of the year for 2004 and is the past President and Vice President of SORSI on numerous occasions. He is a Diplomate in Craniopathy and is also the Chairman of the SORSI Chiropractic College Committee. Dr Crescione has trained in both China and Hong Kong. His practice utilizes SOT™ Methods, A.K., Cranial Sacral Therapy, Diversified Full Spine Technique and Activator. He also incorporates Chinese Medicine, electric Acupuncture point stimulation, visceral manipulation and organ reflex therapy as well as Eastern and Western Nutrition concepts.

 

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Female Health

by Rachel Olivier, MS, ND, PhD

Cardiovascular disease is a leading killer in both men and women.  In women, however, symptoms of heart disease can be very different from those in men.  Unlike men, women often do not experience the classical symptoms of chest pain during a heart attack.  Rather, they may feel less obvious or vague sensations, including pain in the arm, neck, jaw, shoulders, or back.  Other physiological symptoms may include, stomach discomfort, sweating, shortness of breath, nausea, flu-like symptoms, lightheadedness, or fatigue.[1]

More importantly, women (and men) who are obese, or who have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or a family history of heart disease should be particularly concerned if they experience these symptoms.  According to WebMD, in women, “the real trouble is in premature death and disability”[2] rather than overt death.

Consequently, women need to be more aggressive in seeking care if they experience a sudden onset of any symptom that affects their daily life.  Women also need to be assertive with their doctors if they feel they are having heart related issues, discomfort, or experiencing any correlated symptoms.

Some women experience no pain or other symptoms during a heart attack.  Only subsequent tests lead to the discovery of this “silent” attack.  At this point damage to the heart has already occurred.  These “silent” attacks pose a dangerous threat due to the heart’s reduced ability to survive another heart attack, however mild.

Exercise and dietary measures, like reducing saturated fat and foods laden with processed carbohydrates can benefit women presented with these health challenges.  Dietary inclusion of cardioprotective nutritional supplements, like CoQ10 (ubiquinone)(CoQ-Zyme 100 Plus™), and EPA and DHA from fish oil (Biomega-3™), or a combination EFA such as Optimal EFAs, can also provide vital nutrients to support the cardiovascular system.   Additional nutritional support for cardiovascular health may include a comprehensive cardiovascular multi (BioCardio-369®), along with a comprehensive vascular support product, such as VasculoSirt®.

Being vigilant in addressing symptoms and making appropriate lifestyle and dietary changes, if necessary, can be very beneficial in promoting cardiovascular health.  Added protection can also be gained by supporting the vascular integrity with antioxidant and lipid peroxidation inhibiting nutrients.


Rachel Olivier, MS, ND, PhD

Dr. Rachel Olivier serves as a Physician Advisor for Biotics Research Corporation, a position she has held for over eleven years. As a Physician Advisor she serves to both educate and provide professional leadership for physicians and practitioners, in an effort to improve product understanding. In this capacity she serves as the main consultant, advisor and technical expert for health care practitioners. She also prepares and executes training seminars, and provides training and product support material for practitioners and members of the sales team, as well as writes technical and scientifically oriented papers for journals and trade magazines, and product literature updates. She holds a Masters degree in Molecular Biology from University of Southwestern Louisiana (currently the University of LA), along with a traditional Naturopathic Degree from Honolulu University, and a PhD in nutrition from California University.  She can be contacted at 800-231-5777 or via the website at www.bioticsresearch.com.

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Supplement FAQ: Equi-Fem™ & PMT™

by Biotics Research

Why you may need Equi-Fem™ & PMT™:

Between the onset of PMS during the early years of menstruation and the dramatic hormonal changes experienced at menopause, women in the 30-odd years in between can feel as if they have transgressed into a veritable no-man’s land.  Irritability, bloating, cramping, mood alterations, painful periods, tender breasts, fatigue, and headaches can all be a monthly burden that some women find themselves bearing.  Some women may find themselves reluctant to bring these complaints to the attention of their healthcare provider because they feel that it is just a ‘normal part of being a woman’. However, healthcare practitioners have a great tool in their toolbox designed to help address these symptoms and support their patient’s optimal health.

Why your healthcare practitioner recommends Equi-Fem™ & PMT™ from Biotics Research:

Biotics Research carefully formulated Equi-Fem™ to be a broad-spectrum multi-vitamin formula designed to provide support for those having fluctuating hormone levels and the symptoms that coincide with them.  In addition to providing comprehensive vitamin and mineral support, Equi-Fem™ also supplies glandular support for adrenal and pituitary hypothalamic function as well as directly targeting ovarian and uterine tissues.  It also contains bioflavonoids, FRAC®, L-Tyrosine, digestive enzymes, and the herbs Black Cohosh and Dong Quai which round off this formula and make it an excellent choice for supporting the unique health challenges of women.  Equi-Fem™ is also available in an Iron & Copper Free version, and as a glandular-free version; PMT™, for vegetarian patients.

 

Click here to download the Supplement FAQ about Equi-Fem™ & PMT™ from Biotics Research in a printable PDF.

 

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Supplement FAQ: BioDrive®

by Biotics Research

Why you may need BioDrive®:

As women age, hormonal imbalances and fluctuations may lead to fatigue and waning libido.  The topic of women’s sexual health has received little study in comparison to the plethora of studies dedicated to male sexual function.  Further compounding this lack of information are studies that indicate that female libido is far more complex than male libido, which can be primarily linked to testosterone levels. One study tested more than 1000 women over 45 years of age and found that serum levels of testosterone and other sex hormones had no link with the degree of sexual desire – ruling out the possibility of a simple diagnostic blood test for women.  Furthermore, some women may not recognize declining libido as such, and instead blame age, stress, or overwhelming fatigue for their impaired sexual function.

Why your healthcare practitioner recommends BioDrive® from Biotics Research:

Formulated in conjunction with Dr. Michelle Pouliot, BioDrive® is a proprietary herbal blend, containing Rhodiola rosea extract for adrenal support, Turnera diffusa (an ancient aphrodisiac), Urtica dioica extract, an aid to limiting SHBG (sex hormone binding globulins), and Ginkgo biloba and Panax quinquefolia for increasing circulation to the extremities, including the sex organs.  In an evaluation using BioDrive®, 12 of 17 women (71%) who responded to a survey reported that they had greater interest in sex.  Of the twelve positive survey responders, ten said that they were more easily aroused, eleven indicated more pleasure with intercourse, eight reported an improved ability in achieving orgasm, and five reported increased intensity of orgasm.  Some patients on SSRI’s, which have a known effect on libido, have found BioDrive® to be very helpful.

Click here to download the Supplement FAQ about BioDrive® from Biotics Research in a printable PDF.

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Women’s Sexual Health Issues

by Michelle Pouliot, ND

When asked, over 60% of women will admit they have concerns about their sex lives. In my practice, this is most often expressed by my patients who are menopausal.  In the context of having a previously satisfying sex life, along with other menopausal changes, they’re experiencing lower libidos, weaker orgasms, and discomfort with intercourse. For some women, this can become an issue in their relationships and is affecting the quality of their life.

Female sexual response is not well explained by scientific reductionist research. Physical and emotional health is equally important to women’s sexual vitality. Hopefully, it’s no surprise that relationship discord is a major predictor for lowered female sexual responsiveness.

The menopausal transition heralds decreasing levels in estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and DHEA and oxytocin. These hormones affect female desire, arousal, receptivity, pelvic vasocongestion, and orgasm. Convention treatment for menopausal sexual dysfunction often involves hormone replacement. Some of my patients choose not to use estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone therapies but want to try supplemental herbs and nutrients to support sexual health.

There are three Biotics Research products that help many women with menopausal sexual concerns. BioDrive®, DHEA and b-VITAL® often improves women’s over all energy and desire for sexual intimacy. Of course, other health issues that contribute to lowered libido and sexual response should be addressed, such as cardiac, neurological and endocrine imbalances. Also, these products shouldn’t be taken by women with breast cancer concerns because they may increase a woman’s endogenous production of hormones.

BioDrive® contains Rhodiola, American Ginseng, Damiana, Nettles root and Gingko. Rhodiola and American Ginseng are adrenal adaptogens that decrease fatigue, improve recovery from physical and emotional stress and support sexual vitality. Damiana is an aphrodisiac.  Nettles root moderates sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) that allows for increased free hormone activity. Gingko is a peripheral vascular dilator that improves pelvic blood flow.

DHEA, dehydroepiandrosterone, is an adrenal hormone that serves many physiological purposes, including the production of estrogen and testosterone. DHEA levels drop precipitously with menopause. A DHEA level above 200 mcg/dL appears to be necessary for women’s libido.

b-VITAL® contains Peruvian Maca and Elk Velvet Antler (EVA).  Maca has been shown to reduce sexual dysfunction in menopausal women without changing Estrogen, FSH, LH or SHBG. EVA has been used for centuries as an aphrodisiac. In men, it can increase testosterone levels though I haven’t found research showing it to have the same effect for woman. Woman in my practice do report DHEA with b-VITAL® seems to improve their sex drive.

Women’s sexual vitality is marvelously complex and multidimensional. Good sex requires good sleep, energy, mood, health and relationships. From the women in my practice, I’ve seen that BioDrive®, DHEA, and b-VITAL® can help.


Michelle J. Pouliot, ND

Dr. Michelle J. Pouliot, Naturopathic Physician (Bastyr 1991), has been in practice in northwest Connecticut for the past 15 years. Her practice is focused on meeting women’s healthcare needs with botanical and nutritional medicine. She specializes in women’s conditions, menarche, PMS, peri-menopause, menopause, libido issues and osteoporosis. Dr. Pouliot is an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut and Northwestern Connecticut Community College and is devoted to educating women and their healthcare practitioners about the value of naturopathic medicine.

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Nutrient Needs Increase During Pregnancy – Especially Iodine

by Dennis McInerney, BS

It is an established fact that vitamin and mineral needs increase during pregnancy. The increased need for calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc for fetal growth and development is well recognized. The need for B-complex vitamins, especially B-12 and folic acid also increase during pregnancy. Folic acid deficiencies during pregnancy can lead to neural tube defect in the fetus. A vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women has a negative impact on growth and development of the fetus. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), found in fish oil, is import in fetal development.

One mineral often overlooked during pregnancy, however is iodine. A 2012 press release by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that “Iodine levels border on insufficiency in women of childbearing age” – women 20-29 years of age. The CDC press release goes on to say; “This age group had iodine levels that were just above iodine insufficiency. The young women also had the lowest iodine levels among any age group of women. Iodine is an essential component of thyroid hormones that regulate human growth and development.  Iodine deficiency disorders include mental retardation, hypothyroidism, goiter, cretinism, and varying degrees of other growth and developmental abnormalities.  Iodine is especially important in women during childbearing years to ensure the best possible brain development of the fetus during pregnancy.”

A report titled “The effects of iodine deficiency in pregnancy and infancy”, published in the July ,2012 issue of Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol states “controlled studies have demonstrated that iodine supplementation before or during early pregnancy eliminates new cases of cretinism, increases birth weight, reduces rates of perinatal and infant mortality and generally increases developmental scores in young children by 10-20%. The report goes on to say “Two meta-analyses have estimated that iodine-deficient populations experience a mean reduction in IQ of 12-13.5 points.”

It makes sense for women who are pregnant or who want to become pregnant to consider supplementing their diet with a prenatal formula designed to provide the nutrients in greatest demand during pregnancy. Biotics Research Pre-Natal Packs provide a broad spectrum of the vitamins and minerals, including iodine, in great demand by the mother and fetus during pregnancy.  Pre-Natal Packs also contain fish oil, as a source of DHA, an important factor in fetal development. If you are concerned about your iodine status, you may want to consider either blood or urine spot test for iodine or the iodine loading test. Consider the addition Iodizyme HP with the guidance of your healthcare practitioner when an iodine deficiency is identified.

References

http://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2012/p0402_vitamins_nutrients.html – CDC 2012 Press Release

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22742605 – Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 2012 Jul;26 Suppl 1:108-17.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12198007 – Am J Clin Nutr. 2002 Sep;76(3):608-13.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19116324 – Am J Clin Nutr. 2009 Feb;89(2):678S-84S. doi: 10.3945/ajcn.2008.26811E. Epub 2008 Dec 30.


Dennis McInerney, BS

Dennis McInerney has been the Southeast operations manager for Biotics Research Corporation since 1996. He is a graduate of Moravian College with a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry. He has over 45 years of experience in the health care field. His in-depth knowledge of biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology and how it pertains to nutritional supplementation has earned the respect as a highly regarded speaker and metabolic consultant by health care professionals of all disciplines. His experience includes several years as a research pharmacologist as well as a metabolic consultant. In 1998, Dennis founded the Health Resource Center, an educational company, dedicated to helping health care professionals understand and reverse the detrimental effects of the modern diet. Through seminars and workshops, the Health Resource Center provides functional nutritional information and the clinical tools necessary to successfully guide patients on a path to nutritional wellness.

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Supplement FAQ: BioPause-AM® & BioPause-PM®

by Biotics Research

Why you may need BioPause-AM® & BioPause-PM®:

For women, the aging process may not only mean the acquisition of laugh lines and grey hairs, but it may be associated with often debilitating symptoms and physical changes, commonly including: fatigue, hot flashes, night sweats, loss of libido, mood alterations, vaginal dryness, sleep disturbances, musculoskeletal changes, altered metabolism, and irregular or absent menstrual periods.  To further complicate matters, there is not a universal treatment for addressing these indications because no two women share identical symptoms nor do they respond similarly to existing therapies.  For this reason, your healthcare provider may choose to categorize each woman’s complaints and address them individually for a unique and personalized approach.  Dr. Michelle Pouliot, in conjunction with Biotics Research, has formulated and clinically evaluated key products for the support of women’s health, including  BioPause-AM® and BioPause-PM®.

Why your healthcare practitioner recommends BioPause-AM® & BioPause-PM® from Biotics Research:

Biotics Research’s line of women’s products are complex herbal formulations designed to support healthy female functioning.  They are effective individually or in combination.

BioPause-AM® is designed to address hot flashes and their associate palpitations often experienced during menopause. The adaptogenic properties of BioPause-AM® assist with fatigue and menstrual irregularities that are often reported by women. Clinically, women report less anxiety, more energy, and improved daytime mental clarity as a result of taking BioPause-AM®.

BioPause-PM® is formulated to assist women in getting the rest they need during their transitional phase of life. BioPause-PM® addresses such complaints as night sweats, anxiety and restlessness that often preclude a restful and rejuvenating sleep. Clinically, women taking BioPause-PM® report a reduction of anxiety and improved sleep quality.

Click here to download the Supplement FAQ about BioPause-AM® & BioPause-PM® from Biotics Research in a printable PDF.

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