Juicing is the fastest way to get the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and enzymes that our modern diets are lacking. If you are also looking to lose weight then read on …
Eating out is a pleasure, but it can increase exposure to ‘hormone disruptors,’ and that is critical for women.
Many women suffer from low thyroid and are on medication for the condition, but it can also be helpful to use your every day diet to keep it healthy.
A link has been made between a diet high in animal protein and a loss in bone density in older women.
Are you always feeling tired? Could it be the sugar in your diet that is responsible?
Some common menopausal symptoms such as headaches or brain fog may certainly be hormonal, but could also be due to dehydration so here are 9 helpful ways to improve that.
Gout is no laughing matter, as any sufferer can tell you, but you may be surprised to learn that for women the risk increases at menopause.
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.
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.