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When we were trying to think of a name for our company, we thought we should choose something that reflected our values and objectives and clearly outlined the products we wanted to sell.
GOOD Products was the clear choice.
Underscoring the scope and foundational importance of the Lord’s Prayer, G.O.O.D – which in our case, stands for Give Ourselves Our Daily, was the perfect “turn of phrase” or “idiom” that sums it all up.
Yes, however, we would only recommend limiting yourself to one shake per day, due to the small amount of caffeine in the shake. Also, we do not recommend taking the Fat Burner as these contain a high amount of caffeine. For more advice, feel free to email to our specialists – firstname.lastname@example.org
As a dietary supplement, add 2 scoops of Slim Body Protein (34.24g) to 8-12oz of cold water any nut based milk – preferably unsweetened. Mix well in a shaker cup or blender. Drink right after your workout or anytime during the day. For more information, click here.
Absolutely! GOOD products is “strong enough for a man; but made for a woman”.
Email us – email@example.com! We are more than happy to help. Just let us know a little about you and what you want to achieve!
After placing your order, our team will verify and process, once finished you will receive an email from us, with your tracking information! If you have additional questions, feel free to reach out – firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have been following the meal plans for over a month and you still can’t seem to lose weight; you may want to ask your doctor about hormonal barriers to weight loss.
After giving birth, many women experience a condition called estrogen dominance. Even though it might sound like an empowering slogan for the feminist movement, it’s actually not as great as it sounds. During pregnancy, the placenta produces the hormone progesterone at a significantly higher rate than the female body usually produces. This hormone has shown to have mood-elevating effects. Once the baby is born, the placenta leaves the body, resulting in a massive drop of progesterone. This rapid chemical change commonly causes postpartum depression, colloquially referred to as the “baby blues.”
Although the woman’s progesterone levels may have plummeted, her estrogen levels often remain fairly high. This severe imbalance is unlikely to normalize after the child is born, which results in estrogen dominance. Estrogen dominance often manifests itself through the following symptoms, which are similar to those of a normal menstrual cycle:
Other hormone complications are often catalyzed by estrogen dominance.
After undergoing hours of labor and weeks of sleepless nights with a newborn, doing it all over again is probably the furthest thing from your mind. So naturally, if you’re ready to revive your sex life after giving birth, you’re going to want to start thinking about viable forms of birth control—especially if your last pregnancy was a bit of a surprise.
Unfortunately, most forms of birth control work by introducing various hormones into your system, which can have similar effects to estrogen dominance. As a result, you may experience even greater struggles losing weight and/or keeping it off.
Copper IUD: As of publication, ParaGard is the only copper IUD available in the United States. ParaGard is an intrauterine device (IUD), which is inserted into the uterus and intended for long-term contraception. Its plastic frame features copper wire coils around the stem and arms, which continuously release copper to coat the lining of uterus. This lining causes an inflammatory reaction when coming into contact with sperm, thus preventing fertilization. Progestin-only birth control: Available in a variety of different forms, including pills, implants, and shots, Progestin-only birth control contains no estrogen. It works by preventing ovulation, thickening the mucus at the cervix to prevent the entrance of sperm, and (in rare cases) preventing a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus. Many women using this form of birth control also stop receiving a menstrual period—which is an added bonus for fighting cravings and water weight. Remember that every body has a different chemical makeup and different needs when it comes to weight loss. However, if you feel like you’ve been doing everything right, you might find that your hormones are playing a bigger role in your weight loss journey than diet and exercise combined.
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