Environmental toxin - Mould

environment Jan 12, 2021

Podcast interview: Mould, Water damaged homes and Menopause

 

Guest blog by Jo Lia, Building biologist www.notoxrox.com

Mould is a fungus that reproduces by dispersing its spores. Mould can thrive indoors and outdoors and can be found...

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To soy or not to soy?

nutrition Jan 02, 2021

The decision to eat soy containing foods as a phytoestrogen source during the menopausal transition is a controversial one. You will find some sources that recommend it and others don't. Let's break this down.

 

Pro

Soy is a phytoestrogen...

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Saffron - an out of the box menopause herbal consideration

Uncategorized Dec 07, 2020

Although it may not be the first herb to come to mind for hot flushes it covers many of the common symptoms of the menopausal transition (and this even includes hot flushes!)

 

This spice truly has lasted the test of time, with its use going...

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Self-Care

Uncategorized Nov 23, 2020

I'm often asked what is the most important action to take to start reducing menopausal symptoms?

 

The answer is self-care. As women we are natural caregivers, many of us look after everyone else to our own detriment. We all know the saying...

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Menopause Superfood - FLAXSEED

Uncategorized Nov 13, 2020

Flaxseed is sometimes called linseed but they are the same seed. The Latin name is Linum usitatissimum which translates to be "very useful" and that is exactly what it is. Its medicinal use has been known for a long time. Hippocrates - the father...

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Iron and the Menopausal Transition

mineral Oct 14, 2020

 

Iron is an essential mineral for health.

It is a key building block for hemoglobin. The hemoglobin's job is to transports oxygen to your cell. Oxygenated cells can then produce energy and oxygenation also aids in cellular development and...

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Burning Mouth Syndrome and Menopause

oral Oct 08, 2020

Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) also known as Glossodynia or Stomatodynia is a collection of sensations that mainly affects women in their 40's to 70's. It has an increased prevalence 3 years before to 12 years after menopause. BMS may cause the...

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Dry Eyes and the Menopausal Transition

Uncategorized Oct 01, 2020

 Do you have dry eyes? Did you connect this symptom with your menopausal transition? All kinds of dryness are linked with menopause, dry hair, dry skin, dry vagina, and even dry eyes! Unfortunately, this issue tends to increase post...

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50 year old Shoulder

joint Sep 24, 2020

Have you heard about the 50-year-old shoulder?

Shoulder complaints at this stage of life are so common they have been given this nickname. The most common issues are frozen shoulder and rotator cuff disease. So let's discuss what is happening...

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Endometrial Hyperplasia and Menopause

Endometrial hyperplasia is common in peri-menopause. It's simply an abnormal thickening of the uterine lining or endometrium. It is not cancer but in some cases, it can increase your risk of later developing uterine cancer.

But I'm getting ahead...

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