Sunday, December 17, 2017
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Have you noticed all the drug commercials on television and the radio trying to get your attention?  The author of this article points out the pharmaceutical advertising which is targeted toward females from the time you go through puberty all the way up to menopause and beyond. Be assured, they have a menopause treatment for you! I honestly prefer the treatments from https://reportshealthcare.com/. Please be aware of this.  It is called scare tactics to get you to succumb to the fear they are constantly trying to create. You can have much more control of your body by natural methods than they... (Read More ...)

When someone tells you they are on a low fat diet, what is the picture you see in your mind? A question you may want to ask yourself – since when did eating a low fat diet become healthy? The people who represent the Keto diet for beginners would definitely tell you that a low fat diet is not good for you. Low fat diets don’t work and are not healthy for you, visit site and get to know the best and easiest way to diet!  You are getting yoga mat reviews needed to stay healthy or to lose weight properly! When you eat a low-fat product, what was replaced in the product when they removed... (Read More ...)

Are you unhappy with your how your hair looks?  Have you lost or are you still losing hair while going through perimenopause or menopause? I am sure you are wondering what can be the cause of female hair loss.   Top 6 reasons for hair loss (abnormal hair loss)  Genetics – age related, family predisposition Trauma and stress – a lack of oxygen by constricting the blood vessels, lack of nutrients reaching the hair follicle Medications– chemotherapy, acne medications, steroids, birth control, some blood pressure, diabetic and heart disease medications can cause temporary... (Read More ...)

Prinicple 4 – One of the most important principles is SLEEP! Are you getting enough and is it “good quality” sleep? Growth Hormone is a major fat burning hormone and it is activated at night – not during the day. It is anti-aging hormone and it decreases with time (as we get older.) Being one of the most important to activate, if you are not sleeping, you are not generating sufficient amounts of GH! This is such a big problem for so many menopausal women! Your weight loss efforts will be a huge waste of time!   Principle 5 – Detox The liver is the major hub of most of... (Read More ...)

If you were unable to attend our May 3 Menogasm Call – we wanted you to have this information about your stubborn weight loss. We discussed why you may be frustrated and upset regarding your weight loss efforts. This is part 2 of 4 parts of  – just the highlights!   One of the biggest myths for losing weight is to reduce your calories! Principle 2 – It’s not about the calories – it’s about the hormones and what nutrients are in those calories. There are many diets that show different proportions of: fats proteins carbs We teach  you how to get more nutrients out of your... (Read More ...)

What is stress? Stress is something that upsets the balance in your body. You probably live with more stress in your life than you even realize. You may even think it is normal to have as much stress on a daily basis as you do. What are signs of stress? There is good stress and bad stress.  Happy events can be stressful like falling in love and getting married. Stress can be helpful for you when there is an emergency and your life is in danger.  Your body goes into the stress mode and does what it can to keep you safe.  Your body was not designed to live under stressful conditions from day... (Read More ...)

What is a troche and how can it help you?   In case you are curious, it is pronounced (troh-key.) Being in perimenopause or menopause, you may be experiencing symptoms such as  not being able to sleep at night.  You wake up grouchy and have no energy because you are totally exhausted! You have night sweats and wake up drenched!   You have to get up and actually put another night gown on, change the sheets and try to go back to sleep!   But now you are wide awake! What about hot flashes?  You are with a group of workers from your job and all of a sudden, everyone is staring at you –... (Read More ...)

 Do You Skip Breakfast?  Do you sometimes skip breakfast, maybe thinking:  “I’ll skip breakfast so I will decrease my calories to lose a few pounds”  Or – “I’ll grab something quick to give me some extra energy” – usually something sugary or caffeinated OR BOTH! Or-“I don’t have anything prepared, and I’m in a hurry” Well, Let me tell you about a client of mine . . . I have a menopause coaching client named Sheila who gave me permission to tell her story. When she worked in her husband’s medical practice, she hardly ever ate breakfast.  Most doctor offices... (Read More ...)

Connect The Dots…Plastics to Hormones In the largest study ever done on the effects of perfluorocarbons (PFCs) on womens hormone systems, West Virginia University researchers found in blood tests that higher levels of these man- made chemicals are associated with early menopausal symptoms in females aged 42 to 64. Premature menopause has been linked to a variety of health problems, including cardiovascular disease. Researchers collected data from 25,957 women, measuring serum concentration levels of PFCs and the female hormone estradiol, and reported a definite association between... (Read More ...)

Could Be One Reason For Early Menopause In the largest study ever done on the effects of perfluorocarbons (PFCs) on womens hormone systems, West Virginia University researchers found in blood tests that higher levels of these man-made chemicals are associated with early menopausal symptoms in females aged 42 to 64. Premature menopause has been linked to a variety of health problems, including cardiovascular disease. Researchers collected data from 25,957 women, measuring serum concentration levels of PFCs and the female hormone estradiol, and reported a definite association between... (Read More ...)