Nerve Health in Menopause

nerve Nov 12, 2019

 

Symptoms of poor nerve health include numbness, pins, and needles, tingling, stabbing, throbbing, freezing, burning, weakness, and sensitivity. The most common symptoms women complain about during menopause include the sensation of crawling...

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Sodium

Sources:

  • Natural sea salt, e.g., Celtic sea salt is a superfood. It contains 43 trace minerals including sodium in the correct ratio. Table salt or iodised salt are not good options as they have been processed and the other nutrients have been...
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Potassium

Sources:

  • Most fruit and vegetables - banana, potato, watermelon, tomato, sweet potato
  • Legumes - lentils, kidney beans,
  • Meats - chicken, salmon, beef, turkey

 

Deficiency:

  • Women who urinate often lose lots of potassium and this can start a...
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Magnesium

Sources:

  • Dark green leafy vegetables - spinach, broccoli
  • Legumes - black beans, kidney beans
  • Nuts and seeds - almonds, cashews
  • Avocado, banana
  • Meat - chicken and beef

 

Deficiency:

Common signs of low magnesium include eye twitches, leg...

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Copper

Sources:

  • Shellfish like oysters
  • Nuts such as cashews and almonds
  • Dark green leafy greens
  • Black pepper
  • Cocoa
  • Yeast
  • Copper cooking equipment

 

Deficiency:

Toxicity is more common than deficiency. Rarely do my prescriptions include copper. I...

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Calcium

Sources:

  • Vegetables: cabbage, kale, and broccoli
  • Seeds: sesame, poppy, chia
  • Nuts: almonds
  • Sardines and salmon with bones
  • Beans and lentils
  • Dairy is not a good source, calcium from broccoli is about 100 times more absorbable than dairy and...
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Vitamin D

Sources:

  • Safe sunshine exposure. Note sunscreen blocks vitamin D absorption
  • Fatty fish especially cod liver oil
  • Egg yolk
  • Mushrooms, especially those grown under ultraviolet light

 

Deficiency:

This is extremely common these days, people...

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Vitamin B

B vitamins play important roles within the body individually but also collectively. It's best to always start with the entire B family, called a B complex and then add individual B’s if required afterward. B vitamins are water-soluble which...

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