Articles for topic: heart disease
Strokes can be fatal and HRT is implicated, so why recommend women start using it even earlier when bioidentical natural progesterone will help protect them?
Increased weight, brain fog and heart problems are sadly common at menopause, but help may be at hand in the form of chocolate. Believe it or not, there are several health benefits in eating it, including staying slim, so let’s see what they are…
Exercise helps us lose weight and stay healthy but running is not usually the first thought at menopause! To increase your longevity and help balance your hormones is it time to consider it?
Many women find at menopause that their blood pressure creeps up. It may be added weight, less exercise or thyroid problems but your health will benefit by helping reduce it naturally.
Hormone balance at menopause helps with weight loss and reducing your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.
80% of strokes occur in women and the risk increases at menopause. Look for the warning signs, and what you can do to protect yourself.
A new front runner for risk has emerged and that is a lack of physical activity – greater even than being overweight – and hormone balance also has a part to play in reducing that risk at menopause.
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.
Easter means chocolate, and although progesterone is heart protective you can help yourself twice over with a dark chocolate egg!
Women have 55% more strokes than men and the rate among younger women is up by 40% due to some unique risk factors.