Menopause symptoms can be beat Eating the right Foods.

Menopause symptoms is a woman’s time in life when she no longer has a menstrual period or have children. This time in your life becomes at different points for each woman and the changes can be Server and distressing. Making some changes to your diet will counteract some of the symptoms of menopause.

Do not let the title mislead you. If we had a solution to overcome menopause, women around the world would pay any amount to overcome the symptoms of menopause. You can control and lessen the symptoms that often make a woman’s life very distressing and to family around her, it doesn’t necessarily require a pill.

The saying goes, “you are what you eat” this is quite true in this case. In many areas of our lives, what we eat can make or break the rest of the body. For instance, if your diet has too many processed foods, this can lead to increased risk of obesity, high cholesterol and stroke. Making some small changes to your eating habits can lead to positive changes on the inside as well as the outside.

Symptoms of menopause

How can we understand these daunting symptoms that many women fear to face? The women body goes through pre-menopause and eventually menopause (lets look at when the menstrual cycle has not happened for 12 months), the hormone levels are maintained during childbearing years then they begin to fall off. Estrogen and progesterone levels are lower than before, which changes the your reproductive cycle and how the body functions.

Women going through menopause encounter a variety of changes. These changes include hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, lower libido, osteoporosis and irritability to name a few. No one wants to feel like they are having a meltdown in the middle of the grocery store or have a fire in their belly when it's 20 degrees outside.

Food choices for menopause management

You can make some changes to your diet to help alleviate the effects of falling hormone levels and the resulting consequences.

Fish oil Supplements

There are fish oil supplements avilable but the best source will always comes from food. Include oily fish in your diet at least twice a week. Include salmon,sardines or mackerel. They are all rich in omega-3 fatty acids which all improve cardiovascular function and reduce cholesterol and heart disease risk.


Very good source of plant protein that contains good fats and other vitamins like vitamin E for healthy skin, hair and nails. Calcium is also a component of nuts and seeds, helpping to strengthens your bones. Your diet should include soy and flaxseed which provide your body with plant estrogens that can help calm hot flashes and vaginal dryness.


Will helps to strengthen bones by providing calcium, vitamin D and other minerals that the body needs but rarely gets. Eat your eggs, yogurt and low-fat milk.

Fruits and veggies

Eat them raw if possible or just cooked to doneness to receive the full nutrient advantage. Not only do you gain energy from raw foods, but also vitamins and minerals that improve intestinal function and fight free radical damage in the body.

Are you fighting the good fight of menopause? Change your diet to strike the winning blow.

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