Set aside your excuses and improve your relationship with food suggests Joanne Henson and this time you might manage to successfully lose the weight too.
Heart disease is the number one killer for women and protecting your heart with bioidentical progesterone is helpful but so is being aware what is true, and what isn’t. Harvard Medical School offers a handy guide.
Anxiety and low moods are common at menopause, but don’t despair as there are some simple things you can do to start feeling better and giving up coffee may be one of them!
In the USA September is Healthy Aging Month, but when does menopause brain fog mean something more serious?
Women ‘put up with’ the symptoms and a new study shows this is expensive in terms of their own health, and to hours lost to employers. There is help available from bioidentical hormones, but your doctor may only offer HRT.
Menopause and lack of sleep go together as hormone levels fall and makes us more vulnerable to many types of illness as well as affecting our weight and how well we age.
Women frequently ask if bioidentical hormones can be used after a hysterectomy. It is a common misconception that only oestrogen is needed but progesterone is also vital.
Bioidentical natural progesterone opposes the oestrogen dominance associated with breast cancer. Soy is a phytoestrogen popular at menopause, but is there really a problem with having some in your diet?
Reported in the Daily Mail last week a study claimed it can cut hip replacements and boost bone. Dr Tony Coope, an experienced private GP in bioidentical hormone usage, gives his view on why it is better for osteoporosis