Just as the causes of PMS are not clear, Serenol’s mechanism of action is not fully understood. It is hypothesized that the primary ingredient in Serenol works centrally to reduce certain symptoms of PMS. Additionally, Serenol contains chromium picolinate, an insulin cofactor which helps with glucose metabolism and appetite control.*
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- What is Serenol?
- Who can or should use Serenol?
- How does Serenol work?
- What symptoms does Serenol help?
- Is Serenol non-hormonal?
- How is Serenol made?
- What are the other ingredients in Serenol?
- What is Royal Jelly and why was it added to Serenol?
- How long has Serenol been on the market?
- What is the differentiator for Serenol when compared to other supplements?