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Re: "decrease in cortisol" not good for some people
amythist36 Views: 5,404
Published: 19 years ago
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Re: "decrease in cortisol" not good for some people

Hi! I found this written in the book, " Clinical trials using phytonutrient Sterinol have found that when the helper cells TH1 and TH2 are in balance, the body is in state of good health. When TH1 drops it is due to Cortisol release,as happens when you experience unrelenting stress, TH2 increases,and Cancer Allergies and autoimmune disorders can appear. Another side effect of TH2 increase is a reduction in cytotoxics T-cELL activity. One Capsule of Sterinol 3 times a day on an empty stomach increased TH1 dramatically while reducing TH2. IL6 was also shut off and the corresponding inflammatory reaction ceased.
An over production of IL-6 also causes calcium to be released from the bone into the blood. Osteoporosis, a condition caused by poor calcium regulation, is effectively treated using a combination of sterinol and calcium citrate over the long term. Sterinol switches IL-6 , allowing calcium to stay in the bone.Calcium citrate, along with Boron,and other bone enhancing minerals,can help to rebuild the bone.
Like a person walking a tightrope,the immune system shifts and adjusts to each challenge.Our immune system is programed for health,and Sterinol is like the Bar the tightrope carries. It provides the balance.

It sounds like the Cortisol levels no matter high or low eventually even out when you take Sterinol. I definately advocate the research portion of any supplement especially since everyone is different.....

Amythist36 :)

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