Research indicates that a small percentage of post-menopausal women are at risk of iron deficiency anaemia. Food Scientist and Nutritionist Susie Debice explains how post-menopausal tiredness and fatigue may be easily corrected by simply focusing these things....
This hard-hitting fact makes menopausal women take notice of their skin health! According to research women lose 30% of their collagen within the first 5 years in the menopause. Food Scientist and Nutritional Therapist Susie Debice explains how to nourish your skin from within.
Changing hormone levels in the menopause could be sending your sugar cravings sky high. Food Scientist and Nutritional Therapist Susie Debice explains why, and provides 10 nutrition tips to help curb sugar cravings, helping to support better blood sugar balance for a smoother menopause.
If energy highs and lows and snappy mood swings have left you feeling like your menopause has turned an ugly corner, then it may be time to follow a blood sugar balancing diet..
Not all types of cholesterol are bad for you. Food scientist and nutritional therapist Susie Debice explains that menopausal women need to keep an eye on levels of LDL cholesterol to be aware of their cardiovascular health.
The menopause can be full of ups and downs and once your periods have stopped and your symptoms have settled down, you may find that you have a renewed sense of self. This is the dawn of your autumn years and it’s time to approach your life slightly differently!