How to Support Your Adrenals for Better Stress Tolerance, Hormone Balance, and Mood


If you’re like many women, you’ve been under more stress this past year! Higher stress takes a toll on the adrenals and can affect your female hormone system, too. If you’re feeling worn down, have a poor mood, foggy mind, less stress tolerance, and low energy – you are not alone. This could also contribute to more menstrual irregularities, mood swings, hot flashes, and low sex drive. Taking steps to support your adrenals and nerves can help you balance hormones and feel so much better!


Female Plus is my favorite product to smooth hormones. It actually works by supporting the adrenal system and boosting energy and mood. I have taken this for years and found it helped me with a smooth transition.*


Adrenal Helper is a wonderful supplement with adaptogenic herbs that help your body “adapt” to the demands of stress. It helps improve mood, vitality, and well-being.*


Pantethine is another supplement I love that we’ve used for many years. It helps morning energy and mental clarity. It’s the coenzyme form of vitamin B5. It’s also in our Stress Helper supplement.*


Getting enough protein in the diet is also important for adrenal health. I always start my day with a high protein breakfast (20-30 grams of protein). Many days, I mix a scoop of Daily Protein Plus with organic blueberries and oat milk. Protein really helps the adrenals.*


RelaxaMag is also one of my favorites supplements! It is a special relaxing magnesium formula that is helpful for sleep and stress. When you’re under more stress, you use up magnesium quickly. This is a highly absorbable magnesium option.*


If your nerves feel really worn down, you may also want to try out PhosphatidylSerine. It nourishes the brain cell membranes and helps short-term memory, concentration, and focus. Great to boost mood after longer term stress.*


So, if you’re feeling worn down and out of balance, now is a great time to do something different. Support your adrenals, change your health path, and feel better!


Be well,

Mary Elle


How to Support Your Adrenals for Better Stress Tolerance, Hormone Balance, and Mood


If you’re like many women, you’ve been under more stress this past year! Higher stress takes a toll on the adrenals and can affect your female hormone system, too. If you’re feeling worn down, have a poor mood, foggy mind, less stress tolerance, and low energy – you are not alone. This could also contribute to more menstrual irregularities, mood swings, hot flashes, and low sex drive. Taking steps to support your adrenals and nerves can help you balance hormones and feel so much better!


Female Plus is my favorite product to smooth hormones. It actually works by supporting the adrenal system and boosting energy and mood. I have taken this for years and found it helped me with a smooth transition.*


Adrenal Helper is a wonderful supplement with adaptogenic herbs that help your body “adapt” to the demands of stress. It helps improve mood, vitality, and well-being.*


Pantethine is another supplement I love that we’ve used for many years. It helps morning energy and mental clarity. It’s the coenzyme form of vitamin B5. It’s also in our Stress Helper supplement.*


Getting enough protein in the diet is also important for adrenal health. I always start my day with a high protein breakfast (20-30 grams of protein). Many days, I mix a scoop of Daily Protein Plus with organic blueberries and oat milk. Protein really helps the adrenals.*


RelaxaMag is also one of my favorites supplements! It is a special relaxing magnesium formula that is helpful for sleep and stress. When you’re under more stress, you use up magnesium quickly. This is a highly absorbable magnesium option.*


If your nerves feel really worn down, you may also want to try out PhosphatidylSerine. It nourishes the brain cell membranes and helps short-term memory, concentration, and focus. Great to boost mood after longer term stress.*


So, if you’re feeling worn down and out of balance, now is a great time to do something different. Support your adrenals, change your health path, and feel better!


Be well,

Mary Elle