Thursday, February 22, 2018
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I love this article.  It is clear that Jennifer makes her own choices about her body, even against her doctor’s advice if she feels it is not in her best interest.  She has a great attitude about perimenopause (and menopause) which helps to pave her way through this transition with grace and ease. If you have perimenopause symptoms, why not investigate the herbal suggestions in this article as Jennifer did.  You will want to do your research or contact an Herbalist who is experienced in that area. Another solution is to read about and become familiar with what Dr. John Lee recommended. ... (Read More ...)

What Does Your Diet Consist Of?  Take a Good Look At It… I was reading this blog and wanted to share a part of it with you about diet. This is written by Maria Tabone – who is a Holistic Health Practitioner. (I have no affiliation with any of the products listed.) A few suggestions I would like to offer on diet: Remember, small changes bring big victories, be mindful of what you are doing each day when you eat. And don’t use the word diet; it sets you up for failure…refer to it as a “lifestyle.” Read labels and stay away from high fructose corn syrup and partially hydrogenated... (Read More ...)

What You Can Do For Hot Flashes Hot flashes (or hot flushes) are one of the most frequent symptoms of perimenopause (the time before menopause actually starts) and menopause. Hot flashes occur when the blood vessels near the skin’s surface dilate to cool. They can also come at night along with sweating, known as night sweats. More than half of women in the U.S. and Canada experience hot flashes during perimenopause but not all women going through menopause have hot flashes. Hot flashes last from 30 seconds to several minutes at a time. They usually subside between the first and second year... (Read More ...)