Is Cortisol Bad? No! Cortisol has a beneficial effect on the body. Your body was designed to react to survival situations, stressful events, by dramatically increasing the levels of this hormone, what some doctors are now calling "The Death Hormone".
In previous centuries, this mechanism enabled people to "bulk-up" on foods that would sustain them during times when food is scarce; however, in modern times and industrialized nations, when food is rarely scarce, this previously adaptive mechanism causes excess weight gain. Particularly around the thighs and Mid-Section.
I am 59 years old. Last year I fell down and broke the 2 bones of my left leg. Since then, that last 10 months of my life have been devastating because it seems like my whole body suffered the consequences of the accident, not just my leg. My energy went down along with my motivation and my appetite. I was not depressed but I lacked the energy and motivation to keep up my home, affecting my marriage. Dr. Kim, I have no words to express how many benefits I have received from the first day. I started "Stemfit Active" on December 16th. Because I know that I'm very sensitive, I started with only 2 capsules a day. I have never been a morning person, but the next morning I had more energy than I have ever had. I gradually worked my way up to 4 capsules but it gave me too much energy so I went back to 3. With 3 capsules per day I have a lot of energy, motivation, and my appetite couldn't be better. Also, I've had the energy to keep up my home and my husband looks at me, interested, what's going on here? So he was willing to go and see you and he started taking Stemfit Active that day. So far, his energy has increased and his appetite has adjusted. I'm finally walking normally again.