Dietary fads come and go, but this may be an idea that could benefit not just your weight. Adding an apple a day, and making sure you have those menopausal hormones under control, could help you shed those extra pounds.
If your diet makes you hungry enough to want to lash out at your partner (hangry), it could be you have low blood sugar and hormone imbalance.
At menopause weight gain seems inevitable, but controlling oestrogen dominance and adding these healthy foods to your shopping list can help you lose weight.
The debate about artificial sweeteners has been going on for years and despite what you think, it won’t help you lose weight – in fact the reverse.
Progesterone helps weight loss as it rids the body of excess fluid, but strangely perhaps one fluid you do want to increase is green tea.
The Glycaemic Index (GI) diet certainly helps with weight loss, but did you know it can also improve your energy levels too?
As menopause approaches one of the least welcomed changes is the weight gain around the middle that can occur, but bioidentical natural progesterone can help!
Does naughty but nice sum up your sweet tooth philosophy? An occasional treat is fine, but too much affects your health and your hormones.
It is a rare woman who doesn’t notice a bit of extra weight at menopause but what causes it and what can you do about it?
For weight loss that is long-term and lasting then this diet might be the answer, and it is heart-healthy too.