Cortisol Supplements

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Typically, cortisol supplements are used in instances when the adrenal glands in a person’s body are not producing enough of the hormone. Ideally the human body produces cortisol in order to help the body use sugar and fat for the purposes of maintaing energy and managing stress. However, at the same time, overly high levels of cortisol have been known to be related to high blood pressure, blood sugar, fat and other negative attributes.

Over the last few years, a growing number of people have sought out cortisol supplements in order to function more effectively. As per All-StarHealth.com, here is a list of cortisol supplements that you can choose from:

1. Jarrow PS 100 Softgels: A great bulk phosphatidylserine secured in a protective softgel in its natural soy lecithin form. This may help increase absorption of PS and ensure that more get’s utilized in your body.
2. Jarrow PS 100 Vcaps: A great bulk phosphatidylserine supplement for bodybuilders and athletes looking to take between 300-400mg post-workout, which has been shown to be the ideal post-workout cortisol blunting amount.
3. Natural Factors PS 100mg: This phosphatidylserine supplement is perfect for dieters and non-athletes looking for minor cortisol suppressing properties at 100mg doses.
4. Doctor’s Best Phosphatidyl Serine Softgels: This is a great PS supplement for those looking to try phosphatidylserine for the first time. It’s inexpensive, high quality and is one of our top sellers.
5. Doctor’s Best Phosphatidyl Serine Vcaps: An alternative to the Jarrow PS 100 vcaps supplement.
6. Olympian Labs Phosphatidyl-Serine (100mg): An inexpensive PS supplement favored by bodybuilders and athletes for its great price and quality.

As with anything else, before committing to taking any cortisol supplements, it’s wise to speak to your physician and find out all of the risks involved.

 
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