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Boron & Menopause

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Boron is necessary to regulate estrogen and testosterone in menopause, and taking boron is widely reported to eliminate hot flashes and night sweats.

(A) Eliminated hot flashes after two days. (A) Boron may cure night sweats and hot flashes. Boron preserves estrogen levels in postmenopausal women. Boron is a dietary mineral that, although it has a daily intake, has not been accepted as an Essential Vitamin or Mineral.

Boron preserves estrogen levels in postmenopausal women

It currently does not have a known minimum requirement. 1.1. Sources The most prominent sources of Boron in the diet are fruits, vegetables, tubers, and drinking water.[1] It is also used in some industrial products, and the possibility of serum levels of boron being increased secondary to these is plausible, especially if coming into contact with wounds.[2] Good sources of Boron are:[1] Boron deficiency lowers testosterone in postmenopausal women. Boron at 3mg supports hormones in postmenopausal women. Boron deficiency decreases 17-b-estradiol in postmenopausal women (DOUBLE CHECK CITE)