As you may already know, I’m very big on vitamins. I take a multivitamin, omega-3 fatty acid supplement, and a hair, nails and skin vitamin every day. Well, now I have a new supplement that’s earned a permanent place in my regimen: Estroblock.
Estroblock is an all-natural, vegan supplement designed to inhibit the production of “bad” estrogen, which encourages a host of problems in women including fat production and acne. Ew! Its ingredients are naturally found in raw cruciferous vegetables such as raw broccoli, and two capsules are equal to the Estroblock found in two pounds of raw vegetables. I don’t eat two pounds of raw veggies a day – do you?
Here’s how it works: Estroblock has a blend of 100mg Diindolylmethane (DIM) with 50mg I3C (I didn’t know what that meant either, but hear me out). DIM is a potent deactivator of toxic estrones, which are the “bad” estrogen that builds in the body from a number of external sources we are often exposed to, aging and excess body fat. Elevated levels of the harmful form of estrones in women can cause moodiness, breast pain, fatty tissue growths in the breast area and therefore an increased risk of breast cancer, and of course, ACNE. Because of changes in hormonal levels, it’s very recommended for women undergoing menopause as well as women who are on birth control, as I am.
Even though I’m in my late twenties and I live in a dry area, I still get about one ginormous jerk of a pimple a week. I’m telling you, they plague me. Since I started taking Estroblock twice a day about two weeks ago, I’ve seen a vast improvement. My pimples are basically gone – I haven’t gotten ONE of those big baddies since. Not one! As a bonus, I made it through the holidays without gaining a bunch of excess pounds, which tells me the “weight management” portion is promising. More updates on that to come as I get back into my regular fitness regimen!
Best of all, Estroblock is non-GMO, contains no soy and is vegan-friendly – perfect for you natural girls. Pick some up today for a mere $29 on Estroblock’s website, Amazon.com or stick around for an upcoming Estroblock giveaway we’ll be running soon!
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