Oestrogen dominance plays a key role in breast cancer risk so hormone balance is vital. You can do a lot to help yourself by choosing foods that help reduce that risk, and avoiding those that increase it.
Brain fog, and ‘where did I put the keys’ are very common at menopause but there are ways to improve your focus through diet and bioidentical natural progesterone.
Progesterone is known to elevate mood but if you are also Vitamin D deficient – as most of us are – then improving that will also make a big difference.
Anxiety and panic attacks often accompany menopause, but there is no need to turn to medication. Bioidentical hormones help balance mood and these simple tips will help too.
Staying fit and healthy, no matter what age you are, is a great goal and what you eat can make all the difference to your wellbeing, and your looks.
If you have wondered why your symptoms at menopause are not the same as your sister, or a friend, then this could be the answer with some simple nutrition tips that can help.
Are you putting on weight or worried about hair loss and lack of energy or sleep? These can all be signs of a sluggish thyroid and low progesterone levels.
New research shows you the most healthy waist size, but if you are struggling with menopausal weight gain make sure you tackle hormone imbalance as well as 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