Brain freeze is very common at menopause, but you may already have a solution in your fridge or store cupboard.
Carbonated and sweetener filled drinks are not going to help you lose weight, but are linked to increased risk for heart disease and Alzheimer’s.
At menopause women are more at risk of heart disease, but there are some simple menu swaps that can make a difference to your heart’s health.
Celebration means chocolate for many of us, and although progesterone is heart protective you can help yourself twice over with a dark chocolate or two!
Women have a greater risk of a stroke than men and bioidentical natural progesterone helps protect women from heart disease – but so too can citrus fruit.
Keeping your heart healthy with progesterone is a great start, but knowing your ‘heart age’ with a free online assessment could help you see if are at risk.
If you have noticed your blood pressure creeping up, now might be the time to take action before it can seriously affect your health.
Women are very familiar with the risks for breast cancer, but heart disease is actually a bigger risk. It kills six times as many women as breast cancer, so how could it affect you?
As HRT use is declining, more women are being prescribed antidepressants at menopause but could there be a hidden risk?
For weight loss that is long-term and lasting then this diet might be the answer, and it is heart-healthy too.