Dietary Considerations during menopause

Dietary Considerations During Menopause

A large portion of meat, chicken, and dairy products contain foreign estrogens that are used to add weight and monetary value to animals in our food chain and at the expense of our health.

There are, however, “good” estrogens available in our food supply. By replacing animal proteins with saponin-rich plant foods such as soy products we can introduce phytoestrogens, which have a higher affinity for estrogen receptors than “bad” estrogen…….



We all like a cup of tea or coffee, but what do you know about Green Tea?

One of the key factors to your health and wellness is your nutrition. Hopefully, everyone will continue drinking plenty of pure water every day and abstaining from fizzy drinks.

After water, the most common beverages people drink are coffee and tea.

Unlike fizzy or squash drinks, organic coffee and tea are leading sources of beneficial antioxidant polyphenols.

According to the Tea Association of the USA, tea is found in nearly 80% of all households, and on any day, more than 159 million people in the U.S. are drinking it. So you can imagine how many people around the world are also drinking it.

Read more on this interesting article from Jose Mercola our resident health expert and author.

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