DISCLAIMER; The information contained within each condition are suggested nutritional formulas based on customer feedback and what many use to nutritionally support the body. The information and products mentioned are not a diagnosis and in NO WAY is intended to treat or cure a disease. OHS formulates and creates whole food formulas for many Health Professionals and only licensed HP's can diagnose and treat disease. The products and information shown is for educational purposes based on how, many customers have reported they nutritionally support their bodies. If you have a health condition, please consult with your physician before choosing any nutritional program or supplement and base what you take off of their guidelines.

Hypoadrenia refers to adrenal insufficiency or a decreased production of the adrenal hormones (aldosterone, cortisol, and androgens), causing fatigue and low blood pressure.

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Optimal 1 Digestion

Optimal Adrena Boost

Male or Female +B

Optimal EFA

Optimal Natural Vitality

Self-Help Guidelines

  • Consume small, frequent meals.
  • Increase intake of fluids (up to 3 liters / day).
  • Avoid foods high in potassium: legumes, spinach, oranges, avocado, artichoke, yogurt, potato, broccoli, watermelon, acorn, squash, pomegranate, cod, beef, tomatoes, banana, grapefruit, soy, and milk.

Medications Often Used To
Treat Symptom

Possible Side Effects

OHS Products To Minimize
Negative Effects

Corticosteroids (Cortisone) /
Fludrocortisone (Florinef)
Nausea / Vomiting / Diarrhea /
Optimal 1 Digestion
Depletes Potassium / Calcium /
Phosphorous / Vitamins
A / C / D / and Folate
Optimal 2 Vitamin / Mineral /
Headache / Edema
Acne / Rash
Muscle / Tissue Wasting /
Suppressed Growth in Children
Cataracts / Glaucoma
PancreatitisFruit and Veggie Plus
Increased Blood Glucose
Increased Cholesterol
Ephedrine / Phenylephrine /
Nausea / Abdominal PainOptimal 1 Digestion
Increased Blood GlucoseOptimal Fat / Sugar
Increased Blood Pressure /
Atenolol (Tenormin)
Nausea / DiarrheaOptimal 1 Digestion
Increased CholesterolOptimal Fat / Sugar
Increased Uric AcidOptimal Liver / Kidney