Articles tagged with: heart disease

 

Early Clues You Might Have Heart Disease

Heart disease is a bigger risk at menopause than breast cancer so do you have any of the warning signs?

 

Low Oestrogen Levels? You Can Still Be Oestrogen Dominant

Women are often concerned that their oestrogen levels are low, but it is not the actual level that is as important as where the progesterone level is in relation to it. Treating low progesterone levels is just as important when dealing with your symptoms.

 

Heart Healthy Foods

At menopause the risk for heart disease in women rises, but keeping your heart healthy with these simple dietary tips can help.

 

High Cholesterol In Women Not Same Heart Attack Risk As For Men

Women get protection from their hormones for reducing heart attack risk, and it is progesterone that makes the difference.

 

Why Sitting Is Really, Really Bad For Your Health At Menopause

Even a small amount of exercise will reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer, but sitting down will increase it.

 

How Every Day Drinks Can Ruin Your Diet & Your Health

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.

 

7 Heart Healthy Food Swaps

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.

 

Why Chocolate Is Good For Your Heart

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!

 

Citrus Fruit May Reduce Stroke Risk In Women By 19%

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.

 

Why 5 Years Is The Maximum Recommended Time For HRT

Guidelines on long term HRT use confirm increased health risks particularly for cancer, heart attack and strokes. Bioidentical hormones have no such risk and are effective for menopausal symptoms.

 
 
 
 
 
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