WHAT and HOW to Eat During Menopause

WHAT and HOW You Should Eat During Menopause

Yes, how and what to eat can affect menopause. 


Many menopausal women tend to focus on what they eat, but not how they eat. 

There are some weird and wonderful remedies that claim to help treat menopausal symptoms that range from hypnosis to acupuncture. 

This one is a bit less drastic, but possibly way more effective…


How should we be eating during menopause?

Changing how we eat during menopause can go a long way.  It can help make menopause much more manageable.

A lot of this is about eating the foods that agree with the hormones, cutting out those that don’t and getting into healthy habits to feel the best you can, all the time. Let’s see how we should eat during menopause…

  1. Eat smaller portions, more frequently 

By eating small, balanced portions every 2 or 3 hours, you prevent yourself from becoming hungry. This also helps maintain a steady blood sugar level, which is linked with keeping your cortisol (stress hormone) levels lower and in turn keeping your estrogen and progesterone levels in check.

  1. Eat supper before 20:00

This gives your body time to digest the food properly and use some of the energy. You should also make sure that your evening portions are smaller than those you eat throughout the day, otherwise, it might lead to trouble sleeping.

  1. Eat plenty of veggies 

Vegetables are high in fibre, which helps keep your hormones in order and your blood sugar levels stable. If you want a very good source of fibre.

  1. Cut back on the sweet things 

The culprit here is something called “refined sugars”. These are found in things like cakes, biscuits, white bread and candy. During menopause, these increase the risk of migraines, hot flushes and joint aches. Replace these with wholegrain bread, seeds, and beans.

  1. Pick protein 

The reason is common knowledge: it helps keep up muscle mass and strength. To get the right proteins, eat plenty of fish, chicken, seeds and nuts. Try not to eat too much red meat and dairy.

  1. Cut the caffeine 

The caffeine in coffee can lead to serious increases in the intensity and frequency of menopausal symptoms. Reduce your coffee intake or better yet, start drinking tea.


Want even more help to manage menopause?

If you are sick and tired of menopause symptoms, it is time to get yourself Manna Menopause Support.


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 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!

It is available at any of these stores or websites:

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