Organ Socks - Uterus Socks - Brain Socks - Pancreas Socks - Kidney Socks - Colon SocksHooray! NEW sock styles are here and we’ve got the perfect pair for you: uterus + ovary socks, brain + dopamine socks, pancreas + insulin socks, kidney socks, and colon socks! Each pair is emblazoned with happy organs and dorky slogan to keep you smiling on your feet during long shifts. Uterus and Ovary socks say "Ova Achiever" in the toe and "Womb Service" for all you gyno geeks out there. Brain socks read "All You Need is Lobe" on the toe and "Bring on the Brains" on the back -- features stylized dopamine molecule for improved pleasure and concentration. Colon socks emblazoned with "You Move Me" on the front and "Head Over Bowels for You." Pancreas socks read "Party in My Pancreas" on the toe and "Insulin for the Win" on the back of the ankle -- features stylized insulin amino acid chain design. Kidney socks say, "When Urine Love" on the front and "Let's Get Renal" on the back for our nephrology nerds. Great last-minute gifts for all your nerd merch needs. Super soft bamboo viscose sport crew socks with slight compression. If you have bought our socks before, these are a bit thicker and more cushiony than our previous socks. One size fits most women 6-11/men 5-9. Made in the USA. Only at iheartguts.com!

 

Happy hormones all together! New enamel pins, from left to right: Testosterone, Insulin and Estrogen.

Because we are total nerds, Testosterone boasts a molecular model beard and Estrogen is sporting the molecular structure for estradiol, one of three types of estrogen made by humans. We especially love the beautiful form of the amino acid chain that comprises Insulin. Get in on this nerdy fashion action!

Insulin - How Insulin WorksInsulin is a hormone that helps turn food into energy. Insulin is released by beta cells in the Islets of Langerhans -- there are about a million of these iselts, or islands inside your pancreas! After you eat, sugar from food goes into the bloodstream. Insulin unlocks body cells so they can accept a special delivery of sugar (aka glucose). The cell transforms glucose into energy for you to run and play. When these islets don't make insulin, that's called diabetes, and it's a big bummer to those folks who have it!

Show ‘em you’re ready to beat this diabetes thing. Spice up your wardrobe and stick a partying pancreas on your jacket, backpack or hat. Party In My Pancreas Buttons up in the shop!