Well here it is I found this post on facebook
"I have to provide this AMAZING UPDATE ON MACA I wanted to share with you all, I have a Holistic Health Coach friend who did a feature on MACA and she posted this last night. I had to share! Out of the 300 women she has worked with (many suffer from PCOS) 4 have gotten pregnant and 21 have started having regular cycles. WHY?? Shakeology. Yes, really.
And Here's why the above is possible
Maca root, one of the powerful super foods in Shakeology has been proven over many centuries to help with fertility.
Maca’s reported effects as a natural aphrodisiac could be due to its high concentration of proteins and vital nutrients.
Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a root-like cruciferous vegetable from the Andes of Peru. It grows in some of the harshest farmlands in the world, where the soil is rich in volcanic minerals, experiencing freezing temperatures, fierce winds and intense sunlight . Maca is the only plant known in the world that can grow and thrive at such a high altitude and in such harsh weather. For more than two millennia, native Peruvians have used maca root as food and medicine to promote fertility, endurance, energy, vitality, and sexual virility.
Containing 31 different minerals and 60 different phytonutrients, maca is a nourishing food for the endocrine system, aiding both the pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid glands (all involved in hormonal balance.) Maca has the ability to affect key hormones in both women and men without containing hormones itself.
Maca has been scientifically researched for the use of increasing fertility since 1961 and has been shown to contain specific compounds called glucosinolates which directly can affect fertility for both men and women. These alkaloids are responsible for maca’s ability to support hormonal balance.
Benefits of maca:
Supports hormonal balance
Increases energy, stamina, and mental clarity
Supports the thyroid
Supports normal sexual function
Maca also has adaptogenic properties which means it helps to strengthen the body so it is able to better resist disease and stress, support the adrenal glands and balances the body’s functions. In order for an herb to be considered an adaptogen it must be non-toxic or harmless to any organ of the body and must be able to be ingested for long periods of time safely. Maca is classified as an adaptogen.
In women, maca works by controlling estrogen in the body. Estrogen levels that are high or low at the wrong time can keep a woman from becoming pregnant or keep her from carrying to term. Excess estrogen levels also cause progesterone levels to become too low. Taking maca may help to increase the progesterone levels which are essential to carrying a healthy pregnancy."
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