The Menopause Blog

Looking after yourself once the menopause ends…

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!

Top Tips To Cure Menopause Cravings

Changing hormone levels in the menopause could be sending your sugar cravings sky high. Food Scientist and Nutritional Therapist Susie Debice explains why your cravings could be driving you crazy and provides 10 nutrition tips to help curb sugar cravings to support better blood sugar balance for a smoother menopause.

The Menopause & Varicose Veins

How can changing hormone levels increases the risk of varicose veins for post-menopausal women? We suggest some easy-to-follow nutrition and lifestyle tips to support the health, strength, flexibility and integrity of blood vessel walls for menopausal women concerned with varicose veins.  

Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions to send menopausal symptoms packing!

Your menopause could last for years so if you were burying your head in the sand in 2019 then now is the time to face facts about your hormonal transition. The start of a new year brings the opportunity to wipe the slate clean, get clued up and put into action five easy nutrition and lifestyle menopause busting tips so that you can sail through 2020 without a flush in sight!

Are you getting enough B-vitamins?

When it comes to the menopause and feeling fatigued it could be worth you while considering what your B-vitamin status is. This group of vitamins can be easily depleted by stress and a busy lifestyle and are essential for supporting energy, mind and mood…

How Important Is Vitamin C During The Menopause?

You’re probably used to hearing about the benefits of vitamin C for the immune system, as it often springs to mind if you catch a cold or suspect that your immune system needs support fighting an infection. But this clever vitamin could do far more than bolster up your immune army, it’s involvement in skin, heart and bone health make it an ideal companion for the menopause.