Our ingredients include a wide variety of naturally-derived medicinal substances that aid the body in different ways. ProBLEN formulas safely target the different glands in the brain and throughout the body to stimulate hormone production. We've introduced the ABCs of ProBLEN to help you understand the different ingredients and hormones we discuss on our website.
H is for…
We’ve all heard — your immune system is essential in a long healthy life. Strong immunity to bacteria and harmful germs is the best way to avoid illnesses and poor health. When your immune system is functioning at its peak, the body can fight off unwanted foreign organisms, but in the case that the immune system is not functioning as it should, your body may be a risk for infections or illnesses.
Today's world makes it easier than ever before to lead a sedentary lifestyle. So many people work in offices and other environments that don't give them a need to move around, drive everywhere instead of walk, and lead busy lifestyles that don't allow time for the gym. But the need for exercise really is important and has demonstrable health benefits for all ages.
Learn what the benefits are for people in all life stages now!
At ProBLEN, we use natural, scientifically-proven
ingredients to provide you with homeopathic hormone boosters that safely
restore your body's balance and encourage hormone production. This means your
body puts itself back into balance rather than receiving an unnatural influx of
hormones that only treat the symptoms and not the underlying problem.
We get a lot of questions about our ingredients and what
they do, as well as questions about the different hormones and their functions
in the body. Here's a rundown on the ABCs of ProBLEN focusing on the letter E.
E is for…
Anyone with a solid passion for their own health makes a point of nutrition. Balanced meals packed with essential vitamins and minerals can do wonders for your health and overall well-being. But it's actually almost impossible to get your entire daily value of these nutrients just from your food — you'd have to eat huge portions of certain vegetables every day to get a full serving of some of these nutrients, and while many people enjoy green smoothies to get their daily dose of ultra-nutrition, a multivitamin is a far easier (and calorie-free) means of filling those gaps.
Gaps in your nutrition are a very real thing, and people today suffer from a variety of health problems that can be linked directly to vitamin and nutrient deficiencies like the following.
Most of us do our best when it comes to eating healthy, but most do not realize that eating healthy is only as effective as your body’s ability to absorb nutrients. When your body intakes food it breaks down and absorbs each nutrient, having balanced DNA and RNA levels helps to ensure that your body is effectively absorbing all the nutrients it needs. On average, the body only absorbs a small portion of nutrients that it intakes, meaning that a lot of the foods we eat for a healthy lifestyle can sometimes be improperly absorbed.
A thyroid imbalance occurs when your thyroid releases either too little or too much of the hormones it produces for the body — Triiodothyronine (T3), Thyroxine (T4), and Calcitonin. An underactive thyroid results in hypothyroidism, while the term for an overactive thyroid is hyperthyroidism. As you can imagine, these imbalances each cause problems on the opposite end of a scale: too little energy or too much; an overly-fast metabolism or a very slow one, and so on. Here’s a breakdown of the issues caused by thyroid imbalance and how to help your body address them.
Most people are familiar with the idea of DNA as a “blueprint” to an organism and its unique traits. Our DNA defines an endless list of things: it makes us human, it contains information about our hair color, eye color, skin tone, allergies, and more. But while DNA does contain all the information about our physical structure, it’s much more than simply a blueprint — DNA, along with RNA, are nucleic acids that serve many important functions in the body besides our genetic background.
DNA contains information used by our bodies’ cells in the construction of new proteins, which are needed for cellular growth and reproduction. RNA serves to carry this information to the cells, enabling them to reproduce and repair themselves.
Since DNA and RNA are so important to protein construction and transport, they’re at the root of our bodies’ capability to function. The proper structure and function of our cells relies on DNA and RNA, and without healthy cells, our bodily systems will suffer across the board.
Unfortunately, as we age, our body produces fewer of the hormones required for generating nucleic acids, leading to an imbalance in our DNA and RNA. This imbalance can have several effects. Learn more now!