The Ultimate Nutrition Guide for Menopause

The Ultimate Nutrition Guide for Menopause

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qA survival guide to healthy livinga€“ indispensable advice for women of all ages.q a€“James F. Balch, M.D., coauthor of Prescription for Natural Healing Menopause brings a multitude of changes for women. Ita€™s a time when you need to prepare your body for a hormonal roller coaster ride and protect yourself against various health risksa€“that means making positive, healthy lifestyle decisions. In this book, leading nutritionist Leslie Beck explains how you can success-fully manage the myriad symptoms of menopause through nutrition and develop a long-term plan for optimal health. Whether you are peri- or post-menopausal, Beck can help you make smart changes to your diet, add the right vitamin and mineral supplements to your daily routine, and choose the most appropriate herbal remedies for your symptoms. Based on cutting-edge research, this essential, easy-to-read guide explains how you can lose weight or prevent the weight gain that is often associated with aging or hormone replacement therapy. Youa€™ll discover how to reduce your risk of breast cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, and other serious health problems. Whether youa€™re taking hormones or not, youa€™ll see what steps to take to make the best decisions for your lifestyle. Most important, youa€™ll learn how to stay healthy and feel bettera€“naturallya€“during menopause. Topics include: Anxiety Breast cancer Depression Forgetfulness Heart disease Heavy periods Hormone replacement therapy Hot flashes Insomnia Menstrual cycle changes Mood swings Night sweats Osteoporosis Perimenopause Sexual changes Weight gain Vaginal drynessNatural Strategies to Stay Healthy, Control Weight, and Feel Great Leslie Beck ... Look at the elemental calcium The list of ingredients will alert you to how much elemental calcium each pill will give you. ... milligrams of calcium daily in supplemental form, as compared to people who take 500 milligrams, have fewer kidney stones made from oxalate (oxalic acid). High amounts of calcium in the intestines can bind to oxalates in the diet (found in spinach, rhubarb, and other vegetables), anbsp;...

Title:The Ultimate Nutrition Guide for Menopause
Author:Leslie Beck
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2004-01-16


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