Menopause and Blood Sugar Levels

Menopause and Blood Sugar Levels

Menopause can be a tough time on the best of days with uncomfortable symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, and sleeplessness. Now, to top it all off, studies suggest that women going through menopause may be more sensitive to sugar meaning that they are more likely to develop blood sugar related problems like diabetes, oxidation and insulin resistance.

Insulin Resistance –

Lower estrogen levels in the body, as it happens to be during menopause, can make a woman more vulnerable to insulin resistance. This is because the lower estrogen levels make the cells store more sugar, which can also lead to other health issues like diabetes, heart disease, and even certain types of cancer.

Oxidation –

Studies done in Canada suggest that the increased numbers of free radicals and the decreased number of antioxidants in the body during menopause may lead to insulin resistance and other blood sugar related problems.

Weight Gain –

Weight gain during menopause seems to be a huge problem. Most women tend to pick up some weight during menopause, which may lead to increased fat deposits and decreased muscle mass in the body.

Natural Treatment for low Estrogen levels

As a drop of estrogen levels are the main reason for menopause, we recommend taking a natural supplement, like the Manna Menopause Support to help increase estrogen levels the natural way without any side effects. If you struggle to lose weight, we also recommend taking the Manna Blood Sugar Support to help control blood glucose levels, decrease insulin levels, curb cravings and suppress appetite. We also recommend following the Manna Low GI Diet.

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  1. Antonette Hajee says

    Finally picked up my Menapouse Support after a month of searching, been taking it from the 9th and can already feel a difference in my body

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