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Alpha Prime is formulated for both men and women to help maintain healthy hormonal levels naturally*.

Our world is changing…

There are chemicals in everything! Every time we eat, breathe, apply a lotion or cosmetics and even in our healthy foods, country air, medications, and supplements there are weird chemicals. Some of these chemicals have estrogenic or hormone-disrupting effects, others can change the way we detoxify and process all of our own body toxins, hormones, neurotransmitters, and waste creating all sorts of problems.

Toxins are everywhere!

Exposure to the following factors may be associated with “estrogen issues” by changing how our body reacts to and detoxifies accumulated estrogen:

–              Plastics.

–              Pesticides.

–              Fertilizers.

–              Petrochemicals.

–              Pollution.

–              Foods.

–              Cosmetics.

–              Sunscreens.

–              Genetics.

–              Family history of Oestrogen dominance.

–              Inherited genetic MTHFR gene polymorphisms.

–              HRT and certain oral contraceptive pills.

–              “Xenoestrogens”.

–              EDC’s (endocrine disrupting chemicals).

–              Iodine deficiency and / or hypothyroidism.

–              Folate deficiency.

Everything is a stress

The definition of stress; is anything that creates a change in our body. Therefore, stress could be almost anything! It’s not just hurried, worry, money; stress may be the toxins listed above, an immune challenge, a temperature extreme, electromagnetic radiation, or fears of any of these happening in past, present, or future.

Our body priorities change in response to stress. Basically, we can’t afford to wait to see what the stress is before we react, just in case it is a life-threatening attack and not just an exposure to an environmental pollutant or a memory. Our survival instincts kick in and we ensure we survive the day at the expense of other systems plans and maintenance. For example, while fighting off a bear, detoxification and hormonal production, regulation, and activity for reproduction or sex for fun is NOT a priority and these things will be neglected during chronic stress and toxic exposure.

Natural support – as mentioned previously, toxic exposure changes how we process chemicals in general. The enzymes needed to process toxins are the same enzymes that are needed for the general maintenance of hormones and our own internal toxins we make every day. If certain processes are sped up, slowed down, or switched off; that can create all sorts of imbalances all over your body.

You can use specific foods and supporting nutrients to support your body’s natural detoxification and elimination pathways to help maintain healthy function in your body.

Broccoli Sprout, kale, daikon radish*  and Rosemary.

Broccoli sprouts, kale, and daikon radish are considered very healthy vegetables. They have a particular compound in common, these foods are high in different forms of glucosinolates that create a natural chemical called Sulforaphane. Studies have found that glucosinolate containing vegetables and in particular sulforaphane activates Nrf2 in the body. Activating Nrf2 supports healthy detoxification of estrogen to help to maintain normal estrogen levels.  *

These Brassica plants along with other herbs like Rosemary also interact with the detoxification enzymes to help “reboot” the detoxification pathways so they continue to function normally even after toxic exposure.  *

Kelp and Iodine

Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) extract is a form of seaweed/kelp, that naturally contains Iodine. * Iodine is deficiency can create many inefficiencies in multiple hormonal systems of the body, supplying adequate dietary iodine is also important to maintain proper hormone levels and estrogen metabolism. *


Folate is an essential nutrient for a natural detoxification process called methylation which is necessary to maintain proper hormone function.* It is important to maintain adequate dietary folate to prevent deficiency. Folate is involved in multiple systems and pathways in the body but it is extremely important in helping to maintain healthy estrogen levels. *

Tongkat Ali

Tongkat Ali has a long history of use and a reputation for improving sexual performance or at the very least, sexual desire. In more recent years it has been researched for its potential to help support hormonal health, promote free testosterone, and help us deal with stress better.

Alpha Prime – Take Home Message

Alpha Prime has been formulated to help maintain healthy hormonal levels*.

If you have any doubts about taking such a product, please check with your health care professional to determine if you are a good candidate and how to best take.



  1. Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2016; 2016: 7857186. Sulforaphane and Other Nutrigenomic Nrf2 Activators: Can the Clinician’s Expectation Be Matched by the Reality? Christine A. Houghton, Robert G. Fassett, and Jeff S. Coombes
  2. Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2016; 2016: 7857186. Sulforaphane and Other Nutrigenomic Nrf2 Activators: Can the Clinician’s Expectation Be Matched by the Reality? Christine A. Houghton, Robert G. Fassett, and Jeff S. Coombes
  3. Sheng Li Xue Bao. 2015 Feb 25;67(1):1-18. Nrf2, a master regulator of detoxification and also antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and other cytoprotective mechanisms, is raised by health-promoting factors. Pall ML1, Levine S2.
  4. Carcinogenesis. 1998 Oct;19(10):1821-7. Dietary administration of an extract from rosemary leaves enhances the liver microsomal metabolism of endogenous estrogens and decreases their uterotropic action in CD-1 mice. Zhu BT1, Loder DP, Cai MX, Ho CT, Huang MT, Conney AH.
  5. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2004 Aug 4;4:10. The effect of Fucus vesiculosus, an edible brown seaweed, upon menstrual cycle length and hormonal status in three pre-menopausal women: a case report. Skibola CF1.
  6. J Nutr Metab. 2015; 2015: 760689. Published online 2015 Jun 16. doi: 10.1155/2015/760689 Modulation of Metabolic Detoxification Pathways Using Foods and Food-Derived Components: A Scientific Review with Clinical Application. Romilly E. Hodges 1 and Deanna M. Minich 2 , 3 , *

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