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How to STOP Menopause Symptoms

Menopause symptoms can be awful.


But that doesn’t mean they have to get the upper hand. There ARE ways to fight back against menopause symptoms.
 
And those ways are…

  1. Eat Foods Rich in Calcium and Vitamin D


Hormonal changes during menopause can cause the bones to weaken. This can lead to a much bigger risk of osteoporosis. Calcium and vitamin D help to improve bone health, so it is essential to include plenty of these in your diet.
Foods that are high in calcium include:

  • Dairy (yoghurt, milk, and cheese)

  • Green, leafy vegetables (Kale, collard greens, and spinach)

  • Tofu

  • Beans

  • Sardines

  • Calcium-fortified foods (certain cereals, fruit juice, or milk alternatives)


You can get vitamin D from:

  • Sunlight – this is the best source.

  • Foods like oily fish, eggs, cod liver oil, and foods fortified with vitamin D.

  • A vitamin D supplement.


 

  1. Maintain a Healthy Weight


Most women will gain weight during menopause. This is due to a combination of changing hormones, ageing, genetics, and lifestyle.
But this can mean more than just being unable to fit into your swimsuit… Gaining excess body fat – especially around the waist – increases your risk of developing diseases such as heart disease and diabetes.
In addition, extra weight may also worsen menopause symptoms.
 

  1. Eat Plenty of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables


Eating enough fresh fruit and veggies can help prevent various menopause symptoms. They are generally low in calories and high in fibre, so they are great for feeling full and losing or managing weight. 
 

  1. Steer Clear of Trigger-Foods


Certain foods can trigger menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings. Common triggers include caffeine, alcohol and foods that are sugary or spicy.
Not all women have the same trigger-foods. The best way to determine your trigger foods is by keeping a diary of what you ate before you experienced an outburst of a specific symptom.
Once you have determined possible triggers, stay far away from them.
 

  1. Exercise Regularly


Exercise is beneficial to your overall health, but also for menopause in specific. Exercise helps to improve energy, metabolism, joint and bone health, stress levels, and sleep patterns.
Getting regular exercise may also help reduce the risk of developing serious conditions like cancer, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and osteoporosis
 

  1. Drink Enough Water


This almost goes without saying – but drinking enough water every day is crucial. It is especially true for women going through menopause. The decrease in estrogen levels may often cause women to feel dehydrated, bloated, and dry.
Drinking 8 – 12 glasses of water per day can help keep these symptoms at bay.
 

  1. Eat Less Sugar and Processed Foods


Processed foods and sugar causes your blood sugar levels to spike up, and then drop down suddenly. This can leave you feeling tired and irritated.
Sugar and processed foods have many other negative impacts on your health, which can also affect menopause symptoms. For instance: Sugar and processed foods cause weight gain, and can increase the risk of serious health problems like diabetes.
 

  1. Don't Skip Meals


Eating regular meals is critical when you're going through menopause. Irregular eating patterns may worsen certain symptoms of menopause, and can also make it difficult to maintain a healthy weight.
 

  1. Eat Protein-Rich Foods


Regularly eating protein throughout the day can help prevent the loss of lean muscle mass that occurs with age. In addition to helping prevent muscle loss, high-protein diets can help with weight loss because they help you to feel fuller and also increase the amount of calories burned.
Foods rich in protein include meat, fish, eggs, legumes, nuts, and dairy.
 

  1. Manna Menopause Support


If you are sick and tired of menopause symptoms, it is time to get yourself Manna Menopause Support.
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What is Manna Menopause Support?
It is not a medicine or an HRT (hormone replacement therapy), but an all-natural plant-based dietary supplement which can help the body to manufacture estrogens to counteract the natural menopause cycle and its related symptoms.
Manna Menopause Support helps to…

  • Relieve hot flushes, leaving you feeling less sweaty

  • Balance mood fluctuation

  • Increase energy levels, helping you get through the day easier

  • Increase Libido

  • Reverse vaginal dryness

  • Deeper Sleep

  • Improve memory and brain function

  • Helps to manage stress

  • Help increase stamina

  • Helps reduce osteoporosis


Why does the Manna Menopause Support work?
The combination of the all-natural ingredients helps to increase the estrogen levels in a completely natural way. When this happens, you are treating the menopause at its root cause.
 
How does each of the ingredients help to treat menopause?

  • Eucalyptus Bark Extract(Flavonoids and Polyphenols)


It is a super anti-Oxidant which helps to boost the immune system.
Polyphenols help to overcome the symptoms of menopause, including hot flushes. It also assists in the prevention and fighting of osteoporosis and breast cancer.

  • Soy Bean Isoflavones (Phyto-estrogen)


The main components of soy are proteins, soybean oil, and carbohydrates.
These are healthy components, but the soy Isoflavones are responsible for many health benefits.

  • Maca Root (Phyto-estrogen)


This so-called “Peruvian Ginseng” is from South America and is rapidly gaining attention for its success in supporting energy, stamina, libido, and with hormone balancing for women.
Maca is used for menopausal symptoms, menstrual disorders, and as an aphrodisiac. It acts as an energizer and anti-stress agent.

  • Calcium lactate (Calcium supplement)


Calcium Lactate may be administered in low blood calcium levels (Hypocalcaemia), Osteoporosis, and Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis Prevention.

  • Vitamin D (Cancer preventive effect)


This little wonder of a vitamin plays a central role in many body processes and is on the A-list for menopausal women. Studies have linked it to preventing heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, cancer and weight gain. If that seems like a lot of prevention in one little vitamin, it is. The problem, though, is that as many as half of adults are deficient in vitamin D and are therefore not benefiting from it. Manna Menopause Support has enough vitamin D to meet your recommended daily requirements.

  • Vitamin E (Anti-oxidant)


Vitamin E is an essential anti-oxidant required by the body. It helps to minimize the effects of menopausal symptoms, especially hot flashes and night sweats. It acts as a substitute for estrogen and works in perfect synergy with the rest of the ingredients in Manna Menopause Support to offer wholesome relief from menopause and its symptoms.  
 

If you want to get rid of menopause symptoms, get the Manna Menopause Support today!

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