A commonality of the worlds' industrialized societies is the prevalence of uterine fibroids, fibrocystic breast disease, breast and/or uterine cancer, PMS, pre-menopausal bone loss as well as a high incidence of post-menopausal osteoporosis.
Significantly, the common thread weaving its way through all of these conditions isestrogen dominance, secondary to an insufficiency of progesterone. However, after menopause or a hysterectomy, estrogen production decreases by about 40% to 60%. In other words the female body still produces estrogen at about 40% to 60% of pre-menopause levels.
Because natural progesterone is the biological precursor for the production of natural estrogen, it is the natural choice for menopausal women as well as for pre-menopausal women to enjoy optimal health, free of the risks and side effects associated with synthetic hormones. Additionally, natural progesterone has been demonstrated to stimulate the body's osteoblast cells (natural bone building cells), offer significant benefit for virtually every cell and organ of the body.