Midlife Depletion

Feeling depleted at midlife? Nutritional deficiency is currently at an all-time high.

There are 6 crucial nutrients that the body needs to be healthy. I think of the body as a house, you can’t build a house without a solid foundation and you...

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Vitamin B12 and Menopause

Vitamin B12 is an essential micronutrient that is needed for more bodily processes than you probably realised.

Many of its deficiency signs match those of the menopausal transition so it’s important to determine if your symptoms are...

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Initial Testing for Menopause



Women often have very similar symptoms during their menopausal transition but very different underlying causes. Testing is the best way to determine why you are feeling the way you are and what individual treatment strategies you...

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Treatment for Hot Flushes

Before you read this article, please read. 

Why am I having Hot Flushes: Part 1 

Why am I having Hot Flushes: Part 2


Treatment for Hot Flushes

"If menopausal symptoms were due solely to hormonal changes then the menopausal...

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Why am I having hot flushes? Part 1 Estrogen and Estrogen Receptors

Part 1

The exact mechanism is unknown, but what we do know is, that there is a part in your brain called the hypothalamus, that is responsible for temperature regulation, sex drive, sleep, moods, and memory. This area contains many estrogen...

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Vitamin K


  • Dark green leafy vegetables - spinach, broccoli, kale, lettuce
  • Other vegetables - carrot, pumpkin
  • Animal meat - poultry and swine
  • Fermented foods - natto
  • Nuts - pine nuts, cashews
  • Egg



Generally, only found in women...

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Vitamin E


  • Seeds: sunflower
  • Nuts: almonds, hazelnuts,
  • Green vegetables: spinach, broccoli
  • Fruit: kiwi, mango, tomato,



Found in women on low-fat diets or those with digestion issues.



  • Specific nutrient for hormonal...
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Vitamin D


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



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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Vitamin A

Food sources of Vitamin A:

Animal meat - liver, cod liver oil, egg

Dairy products - ghee, butter, cheese


Food sources of beta carotene:

Fruit - rockmelon, apricot, papaya, mango

Vegetables - sweet potato, carrot, broccoli, kale, dandelion,...

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