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Diet and Menopause

Diet and menopause Kingston
Diet and menopause


As women navigate the natural and inevitable transition known as menopause, they often encounter a host of physical and emotional changes. These changes can range from hot flashes and mood swings to sleep disturbances and, for many, the unwelcome phenomenon of weight gain.


I understand that managing menopause is a unique journey for each individual. Nutrition plays a pivotal role in helping women not only alleviate the discomforting symptoms associated with this life stage but also in addressing one of the most common concerns: weight management.

The menopausal journey, which typically begins in a woman's late 40s or early 50s, is marked by a decline in the production of oestrogen and progesterone. This hormonal shift can lead to a range of challenges, including a slowing metabolism and a propensity for fat to accumulate around the abdomen. The good news is that with the right approach to nutrition, women can take control of their health and well-being during this transformative period of their lives.

Your health and well-being matter, and I can help guide you through this transformative period with evidence-based nutrition strategies tailored to your unique needs.

To find out more about how diet can help to manage symptoms of the menopause then please read my latest blog post here.


Did you know that a high intake of oily fish and fresh legumes is associated with delayed onset of natural menopause by 3.3 years per portion/day?
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If you would like to find out more about dietary management of the menopause, enquire now.
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