JOOCE Hormone Balancing Shake


Jooce Hormone Balance Shake with pea protein is a nutritional supplement that may assist women with hormonal imbalances, specifically Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), unexplained infertility, mood swings, weight loss, sugar cravings, acne and more… JOOCE is the perfect supplement to take whilst trying to fall pregnant, to take alongside your pill as well as regulate your hormones post-pill and post-pregnancy.

Our ingredients along with a balanced diet and regular exercise have been proven to have the following benefits:

  • Improves and restores ovulation and egg quality to optimise fertility in women
  • Regulates the menstrual cycle
  • Assists with weight loss by improving insulin resistance
  • Improves depression and anxiety by stimulating the production of the “feel-good” hormones
  • Improves blood glucose level
  • Reduces hirsutism – (unwanted hair growth on the chin, nipples, chest / male pattern hair growth)
  • Reduces hormonal acne – (jawline, mouth and chin)
  • Reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
  • Assists with chronic fatigue
  • Reduces sugar and carb cravings
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(30 servings) One month supply

Direction of use: Please use 1 flat scoop with 250ml water, milk or milk alternative. Shake Well.

Ingredients per scoop:

Myo Inositol (4000mg), Vitamin D3 (0,025mg), Zinc Gluconate (20mg), Vitamin K2 (0,045mg), Calcium Carbonate (500mg), Magnesium Glycinate (350mg), Vitamin B9 Folic Acid (0,5mg), Vitamin B12 Cobalamin (0,025mg), Chromium Picolinate (0,03mg), CoQ10 (100mg), Alpha Lipoic Acid (300mg), N Acetyl L-Cysteine (500mg), Fibersol, Dandelion Root (100mg), Flavouring (Vanilla), Almond Milk Powder, Pea Protein and Sweetener (Sucralose).

Pea Protein: 5g per serving

Cal: 74 per one scoop dry powder

Suitable for vegans, NON GMO, Gluten free

Contains no common allergens. Made in a facility that uses eggs, dairy, and soy.


KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Contact healthcare provider on use during pregnancy and breastfeeding. This product has not been evaluated as a medicine by the Medicines Control Council and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.