If your supplement regime includes natural adaptogens like Maca they can make a difference to how your body absorbs hormones such as progesterone and oestrogen.
Kate Magic | April 5, 2013 | 9 comments
If you are feeling guilty about your diet take heart, you need these two to make essential hormones like progesterone, oestrogen and DHEA as well as metabolizing essential vitamins and fatty acids.
Dr David Jockers | August 31, 2012 | 2 comments
Moderation in all things is a good health policy, particularly when it comes to your fat intake. Progesterone helps protect your heart, but you can help by reducing your intake of transfats – and your risk – by 40%.
AnnA Rushton | July 27, 2012 | 1 comment
Simple tips to help prevent osteoporosis include taking weight bearing exercise, the right supplements and diet and bioidentical natural progesterone to help build bones. Andrew Weil, M.D. is America’s foremost expert on natural health and preventive medicine and shares his expertise.
Dr Andrew Weil | May 21, 2012 | 0 comments
Well that is a headline that may have you sighing with relief, as most health regimes mean giving something up. But a glass of red wine a day could be a very good thing.
AnnA Rushton | October 17, 2011 | 1 comment
Patrick Holford has studied and written about the combined effect that diet, nutrition, exercise and natural progesterone can have when dealing with osteoporosis. Here he outlines one factor that many women discount.
AnnA Rushton | September 15, 2011 | 1 comment
The debate continues over whether soy is useful for menopausal women or not. This update provides more information to help you make an informed decision.
AnnA Rushton | August 10, 2011 | 2 comments
Hot flashes are the bane of many women’s lives during menopause and breast cancer. It seems this natural food has not proved helpful specifically, but don’t rule it out as a healthy supplement.
AnnA Rushton | June 20, 2011 | 3 comments
There is scientific evidence to back up this claim so read on!
AnnA Rushton | April 15, 2011 | 1 comment
The longer a mother breastfeeds her baby, the less likely the child is to have seizures later in life, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Pediatrics.
AnnA Rushton | March 11, 2011 | 1 comment