You may already have a healthy diet, but did you know that just adding a few herbs and spices might kick start your weight loss?
Women from puberty to post menopause use bioidentical hormones and know the benefits, and here two private GP’s with many years experience give their views.
At menopause weight gain seems inevitable, but controlling oestrogen dominance and adding these healthy foods to your shopping list can help you lose weight.
At menopause many women notice their hair is thinning, but are you noticing your eyelashes thinning too? Dr Andrew Weil explains just what can be affecting you.
Unfortunately a study has shown that a much higher proportion of women – average age 59 – still suffer from hot flushes and night sweats, well after menopause is assumed to be over.
Being stressed doesn’t just affect your emotions and mood, it can seriously impact your hormones as well so that you gain weight – and can find it hard to lose it.
Bioidentical hormones can play their part in helping with the pain of arthritis, and there also other natural remedies that can make a difference.
Most women naturally put on a few pounds at menopause, but new research says its highly important just where it lands or you could be increasing your risk for osteoporosis.
How the definition of ‘natural’ hormones has led to confusion in the media, and elsewhere – a personal view by Dr Tony Coope.