Sometimes, no matter how you try, your diet just isn’t helping you lose weight but these suggestions may be useful.
At menopause we need to take care of our bones to avoid potential risks from fractures and hormone balance is a key factor.
Most women think that post menopause their troubling hormonal symptoms will disappear, but sadly this is not true for everyone.
Eating when you don’t need to, or want to, may have a number of explanations.
During menopause, your hormone levels change and some studies have shown that IBS symptoms symptoms worsen then and that perimenopause can trigger the onset of IBS.
Menopause and high blood pressure often seem to go together, due to the increased weight that can occur at this time.
If weight loss is your aim, then fruit is not always your friend when it comes to dieting.
Not often talked about, but if you are a sufferer then knowing why it happens can help.
Mood swings, sudden tears or even anger are not unusual at menopause. So what can you do about it?
Despite safer, and effective, natural options many doctors still offer women no alternative to traditional HRT, but there are other choices that you can make.