This is a painful and distressing condition and it is estimated that 50-80% of women will experience it.
You would think it would be simpler to lose weight in summer, no heavy ‘comfort foods’ and lots of healthy fruit and salads, but there are some summer ‘treats’ that can sabotage your diet plan.
As if the menopause wasn’t enough to deal with, as we get older there can also be a rise in depression.
As women are often more concerned about mens health than they are themselves, this is helpful information to pass on.
Menopause is not one thing, it is an ever changing journey and that means symptoms are not constant but why is it happening to you?
Bioidentical progesterone supports thyroid function and can be extremely helpful, but did you know that everyday dietary items can also make a difference?
It seems there is a new diet out every week, but a revolutionary concept by top nutrition expert Patrick Holford may hold the key. Variation, not moderation, is the key to health explains the author in his new book The Hybrid Diet.
Over 35? Then you could still be at risk of PMS and those symptoms you thought you had left behind long ago.
Many women are concerned about breast cancer, but in the UK ovarian cancer is the 6th most common cancer.
A concern for many couples, hormones play their part but diet is equally important for fertility issues.