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Changing The Perspective: Womb Health IS Women’s Health

Uterine leiomyomas, commonly known as fibroids, affect over one-eighth of the female global population. Despite their prevalence and significant impact on individuals’ lives, fibroids have received limited attention from researchers and pharmaceutical companies, leaving physicians and health professionals uncertain about the best approaches to treatment. This is just one example of how women’s health issues have been understudied and underrepresented in scientific research.

Promoting Comprehensive Women’s Health Research:

Advocates for women’s health argue that research must extend beyond conditions specific to women and include diseases that affect both sexes differently. For example, heart disease presents differently in women, highlighting the importance of studying these conditions in both men and women. Similarly, the implications of sports-related head injuries differ between genders, requiring tailored research and training programs.

Including Women in Research and Funding Initiatives:

To address the gaps in women’s health research, it is crucial to have women’s representation in grant review panels and scientific advisory boards. These decision-making bodies should encompass individuals with direct personal experience of women’s health needs and research gaps. Our founder, Coach Gessie Thompson has made advocating for black women’s health a primary part of the purpose work she’s doing. You will always see her vocal about the many health crisis’ black women face and standing front-and-center on their behalf.

This is bigger than just general women’s health, your annual check-up, birth control, and family planning — this is about the crisis black women face with exponentially higher risks than any other demographic when it comes to estrogen imbalance, fibroids, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, endometriosis, infertility, and beyond.

We desperately need support and that support can be found through The DeTox Now. We fully understand the lack of resources and disparities in access to care that disproportionately harm their bodies and their health. Instead of fighting a system that was never built with us in mind, The DeTox Now has formulated all-natural, organic and premium quality plant-based solutions to support your body in healing from the inside out through Balance and Prevention. What does that look like?

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BALANCE Daily Supplement is a powerful female reproductive health balancing formula that helps the body:

  • Improve menstrual cycles by relieving symptoms from PMS and reproductive health issues like Fibroids, Endometriosis and more, including:
    • heavy bleeding
    • menstrual cramping
    • pain (muscle ache, backache, and headache/migraines)
    • bloating
    • water-weight gain
    • breast tenderness
    • irritability and mood swings
  • Regulate Estrogen Dominance and promote overall hormonal balance
  • Amplify libido and energy levels
  • Promote a healthy metabolism and restful sleep

The PREVENTION Daily Kit aids in combating chronic diseases and preventing complications, such as small bowel obstructions. By focusing on addressing Hormonal Imbalances, Chronic Inflammation, and Vitamin D Deficiencies through an anti-inflammatory protocol, the body is better equipped to fight against long-term health issues.

The African American Community faces a critical health crisis, with higher rates of suffering and mortality from preventable health issues and chronic diseases compared to other demographics.

  • High Blood Pressure:
    • African Americans have a 55% prevalence of high blood pressure, whereas White Americans have a rate of 27%.
  • Diabetes:
    • African Americans are diagnosed with diabetes 77% more often than White Americans, while Latinx individuals are diagnosed 66% more frequently.
    • In the United States, 29.1 million people have diabetes, with 40-60% of Blacks and Latinos affected.
  • Fibroids:
    • Fibroids affect approximately 26 million women, with up to 90% of Black women experiencing them by age 50, compared to 70% of white women.
  • Cancer:
    • Black people are expected to have about 224,080 new cancer cases and 73,680 cancer-related deaths in 2022.
    • Black people face the highest death rates and shortest survival rates among racial/ethnic groups in the United States for most cancers.
    • Black women are 41% more likely to die from breast cancer compared to White women.
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These disparities are influenced by imbalances and deficiencies in diets, as well as exposure to consumer goods such as beauty and cleaning products, and environmental toxins.

To address these critical health issues, prevention strategies should be prioritized. Our kit targets three preventable health concerns at their root cause: Hormonal Imbalance, Chronic Inflammation and Vitamin D deficiency.

IN SUMMARY:

It is essential to prioritize the need for better care for women. By investigating conditions and diseases with a gender-specific lens through avid research we can develop more tailored treatments and solutions that ultimately improve diagnoses and support women in finding holistic solutions for their womb health. This is how you bridge the gap.

Need more guidance and support, secure your seat in one of our upcoming FREE CONSULTS for help determining the best plan to jumpstart your best/healthiest year ever! And, remember, we have HSA/FSA and PayLater payment options available!

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