Heart Disease

Green Tea Helps Lower Blood Pressure And Is Anti-aging

We know it can benefit weight loss, but many women at menopause also find their blood pressure can start to rise. Hormone balance will help with both but Dr Mercola, renowned US natural health expert, tells you just why you should be drinking it every day for heart health.

How To Naturally Reduce Your Stroke Risk

Women worry more about cancer than stroke risk at menopause, but that is when your risk increases most. You can lower that risk with some simple changes in hormone balance, diet and lifestyle.

Top 10 Tips For Heart Health At Menopause

Did you know that women are three times more likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer? Knowing how to keep your heart healthy, and help prevent attack or stroke, is critical at menopause when the risk increases.

Worried About Cholesterol? Some Good News From America

Have you reduced cholesterol to help lose weight or improve heart health? That advice is flawed as it is not dietary cholesterol that is the problem. Progesterone is known to protect your heart so have you got the right balance now?

Increased Risks With HRT But Recommendation To Start It Younger?

Strokes can be fatal and HRT is implicated, so why recommend women to start using it even earlier when bioidentical natural progesterone will help protect them?

Tips For Reducing Your Stroke Risk

Strokes and heart disease, often related to oestrogen dominance, carry an increased risk at menopause. Hormone balance, and these simple tips, will help you stay heart healthy.

5 Ways To Lower Blood Pressure

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.

Stroke Risk At Menopause Reduced By Potassium-Rich Diet

Stroke risk increases at menopause and heart health is improved by reducing oestrogen and increasing progesterone levels. However there is also an important mineral that can help women lower their risk.

Is a Large Waistline Really Unhealthy?

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.

The 4 Major Risk Factors For Heart Disease In Women

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.

 
 
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