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Every day, our hormones are bombarded with Endocrine Disruptor Chemicals, (EDCs) from the water we drink to the products we use for cleaning; constantly wreaking havoc on the delicate balance of our bodies.
And When we say they are “disruptive” for your body, we mean it: these chemicals have been linked to reproductive disorders, obesity, diabetes, neurological problems, immune and thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease and hormone-related cancers.
Today, 80% of the adult female population have experienced some kind of hormonal imbalance at some point in their lives, leading to a range of symptoms and conditions such as PMS, Menopause, PCOS or Endometriosis.
Even though the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes this as a public health priority, we are plagued by misleading advertisements and lacking measurements to support this issue.
So how can we make sure the products we consume are safe for our overall health?
That’s why we created the Hormone University’s Seal of Approval, the first and only certification to reclaim our health sovereignty and take back control over.
The Seal of Approval is a certification, reviewed by a panel of toxicologists, environmental health scientists and medical professionals, that provides a unique, verified guarantee that the products you consume, are not contributing to hormonal disruption.
Look for the Seal of Approval in all of these products:
- Vitamins and supplements
- Beauty and skincare
- Period care
- Food and beverage
It’s time to take the matter into our own hands, so we can be informed and aware of what we consume. From now on, look for The Hormone University’s Seal of Approval in your product labels. That’s all you need to worry about, we got your back.
We got your back.
Hormone University was created as an educational platform with the mission to improve hormone health through accessible knowledge and to advocate for social impact in our communities.
You’re not alone.
80% of the adult female population has experienced hormonal imbalance at one point in their life that affected not only their physical health but also their mental health. Coping with pain, infertility, anxiety, depression, body image issues, and, on top of this, judgment is the heavy load most of these women have to bear each day and an important problem we need to tackle as a society.