Let's talk about Menopause...

Let's talk about Menopause...

The hard facts...

Menstruating woman between the ages of 40 and 55 are naturally approaching menopause. Lowered production of the female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone cause these signs of menopause.
Menopause is defined after a period of 12 months without any menses.

Symptoms are well documented, so there is little need to go through the long list of predicaments women go through in these difficult times... So Let's concentrate on natural ways to fight the symptoms and help the body through and after the Menopause.

  • Exercise regularly to help keeping the weight gain at bay and strengthening of the bone mass, with a mix of Cardio training and weight lifting, preferably under the guidance of a qualified trainer.
  • Diet – you must change your carb selections as your ability to metabolize carbs decreases with menopause – so go for beets, carrots, peas, quinoa, squash as your choices rather than rice, potatoes, and sweet potatoes, and have only one serving a day at dinner. AND – protein is a must! You will lose muscle as you age so you must consume at least 30 grams or 4 to 5 ounces cooked four times a day to maintain your muscles, bones and to prevent diabetes.
  • Supplement your diet with plant based Omega 3 such as Flaxseed to maintain hormone balance and unlike fish oil, preserves bone density.  Combine this with Vitamin D.
  • Add extra B12 for brain and bone health. 

  • Alleviate the daily symptoms with a Menopause Supplement formulated with Soy Isoflavones, Sage Leaf, Ginseng, Royal Jelly, Vitamins B6 D3 & E - MenoControl Capsules by Transforme

    In Conclusion...Menopause symptoms last an average of 4.5 years, following a person's last period, and 7.4 years in total...
    So just take care of yourself...💕💕

    The Transforme Blog and its materials are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. All material on The Transforme Blog is provided for information purpose only. Always seek the advice of your physician or a qualified healthcare provider for any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before taking supplements and undertaking any diet, exercise or other health-related programs.

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