SUNRISE, Fla., July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Dietary supplement leader GNC recently added EaseFemin™ Menopausal
to their roster of natural menopausal solutions at select stores and online. Introduced earlier this year, EaseFemin™ is the first supplement including Brazilian Red Bee Propolis, a new source of isoflavones representing a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy* and relief for menopausal symptoms*. EaseFemin™ incorporates Isof
actor™, a pure extract of flavonoids from Brazilian Red Bee Propolis obtained from a patent protected extraction process. Isofactor™
is a powerful antioxidant against free radicals* and is the newest source of isoflavones; natural compounds that support hormonal balance*. Until now, supplements for menopause have relied on the traditional sources of isoflavones such as soy, red clover and kudzu root. This is the first time Isof
is being offered in a menopause supplement. "This innovation brings a new natural alternative to the 40 million plus women living in this complex phase of life in the USA
alone," says J.L. Paes-Leme, CEO of NaturaNectar™ LLC. The EaseFemin™
formula also includes a proprietary calming herbal blend as well as high potency Vitamin D3* and calcium for bone support*. It is 100% natural and free of estrogen. The formula was developed without fillers, artificial flavors or preservatives.
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NaturaNectar™ LLC. is the first and leading developer of natural supplements from Brazilian Red Bee Propolis. We strive to improve our customers well-being by providing high quality and innovative dietary supplements from exclusive natural sources. We are committed to life changing relationships with our customers and the world communities that we serve. To learn more visit: http://www.naturanectar.com
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.