If you are looking for some interesting recipes to boost your health at menopause then The Midlife Kitchen could give you some ideas.
Brain freeze is very common at menopause, but you may already have a solution in your fridge or store cupboard.
Water is one of the most valuable substances we take into our bodies. It performs many different roles, but to do that it needs you to keep up the supply.
Not just women on HRT either, because a study has found that a compound in parsley and other plant products can stop certain breast cancer tumor cells from multiplying and growing.
Does naughty but nice sum up your sweet tooth philosophy? An occasional treat is fine, but too much affects your health and your hormones.
Don’t we all want to live longer, look younger and feel great? To know how to do just that read some of the best kept secrets on how to age healthily.
There can be many reasons for a sudden bout of tiredness, but some of them may surprise you.
This relates to women having more than 7 grams a day of trans fats, mostly found in processed, baked and fried foods so may be time for a change in diet?
Although a highly popular phytoestrogen, soy can cause allergic reactions in sensitive women and isn’t good for everyone. It’s important to know the difference between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ soy products for your health’s sake.
Increased weight, brain fog and heart problems are sadly common at menopause, but help may be at hand in the form of chocolate. Believe it or not, there are several health benefits in eating it, including staying slim, so let’s see what they are…