Menopause symptoms are not at all big in Japan.
It is very rare that Japanese women suffer from things like hot flashes, night sweats, or severe mood swings.
So what are we doing wrong?
But more importantly, what are they doing right?
It seems to trace back to their traditional dietary habits. So what habits should we borrow from our friends over in Japan?
Let’s find out…
- Eat more Soy
Besides their diet providing more vegetable protein and less animal protein than a Western diet, it’s also low in fat and high in soy products such as tofu.
These soy foods are rich in plant compounds known as phytoestrogens, which seem to mimic some of the biological activities of female hormones.
- Eat calcium-rich foods
In addition to soy and tofu products, women can combat hot flashes by eating more calcium-rich foods, magnesium-rich foods, and foods rich in vitamin E. These include cold-pressed oils, green leafy vegetables, nuts and almonds, as well as plenty of mineral- and fibre-rich foods, like whole grains and fresh vegetables.
- Drink more water
During menopause, it is also important for women to get plenty of water. One of the best things you can do during this time is to be sure to drink plenty of quality water – at least 2 litres daily. Drinking water replaces fluids lost to perspiration during hot flashes and can even prevent or minimize the hot flashes themselves.
- Avoid aggravators
Perhaps as important as which foods to prevent hot flashes, are those foods that should be avoided.
Many foods trigger hot flashes. These “triggers” are alcohol, caffeine, excess sugar, dairy products, meat products, and spicy foods.
Hot flashes often flare up when women drink wine or coffee, which acidifies the blood and strains the liver.
One way to avoid this acidification is to cut down on these beverages and to drink more fresh vegetable juices, which counteract the effect by alkalinizing the system.
- Get active
Certain lifestyle changes can also help ease hot flashes. It has been found that the Japanese lead much more active lifestyles than we do. Regular exercise can help alleviate discomfort caused by menopausal symptoms. Make sure to get at least 30 minutes of medium- to high-intensity exercise, 4 times a week.
- Manna Menopause Support
OK, so this isn’t exactly Japanese… In fact, it is proudly South African.
But oh man does it work!
It helps to get rid of menopausal symptoms by treating menopause at its core – which is a hormonal imbalance.
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.
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 menopausal symptoms, get the Manna Menopause Support today!
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“The best product I have used so far and I’m using it for a year now. Before starting on Manna I suffered from hot flushes/ night sweats/no sleep and terrible mood swings. HRT was definitely not an option for me, so I tried Manna and it really has helped me. The fact that it’s all natural is such a plus. I won’t use anything else. Thank you, Manna, for an excellent product.” – Gwen
“Since using Manna Menopause Support I have less hair loss, sleep better and night sweats have decreased. This is a wonderful product and have recommended it to my friends.” – Liz Nowers
“I am using menopause support for a year now, and I can say it is a fantastic product. My hot flashes and night sweat is something of the past. Thanks for a great product.” – Martie