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Supplements For Peri Menopause/ Menopause & Post Menopause

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Supplements

Before embarking on adding supplements to your diet its is CRUCIAL you address the lifestyle BIG ROCKS that we talk about in all of the Kick Start programmes.

Here is the Kick Start check list

*  Are you actively eating Kick Start 70/80% of the time?

  • Actively working on getting 7/8 hours of sleep most night?
  • De-stressing and lowering daily low level stress?
  • Exercising daily – and mixing up your exercising.

You may have had great initial results on Kick Start but now have hit a plateau or feel you

weightloss resistant.

You may feel that even though you are eating well and working on your big rocks your mojo is low and you feel lethargic and depressed with mood swings from time to time.

There could be an underlying medical issue such as Leaky Gut and Gut permeability issues, Undetected Food sensitivities, Hormones could be out of balance due to side effects of medications,

Peri-menopause, Menopause and Post Menopause symptoms, Digestive issues such as FodMaps and SIBO which are gut bacteria overgrowths these are common.

Have you tried Bone Broth?

It really is amazing for gut health which in turn helps hormonal health and brain health.Then supplements can help.

These are my recommendations for Gut Health, Menopausal symptoms, Stress Reduction and Stress Management which all in turn will aid hormonal health.

Magnesium – Recommended for Women 500 – 800mg  per day

Amazing for Sleep and Relaxation / Suffer from low mood / Brainfog and struggling to “Switch off” at the end of the day

Magnesium is such an important mineral – it’s essential for hundreds of reactions within the body. Also known as “nature’s tranquiliser”, it has a calming effect on muscles and nerves, but it’s also necessary for energy production too.

Magnesium is essential for the production of energy within every cell in the body – it may increase energy levels and help reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Magnesium contributes to the electrolyte balance within the body.

Magnesium is essential for the normal functioning of the nervous system and psychological function. Low magnesium levels may be associated with irritability or confusion.

Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function.

Magnesium contributes to the synthesis of protein. Proteins are needed for every single function of your cells, organs and in fact your whole body.

The maintenance of normal bones and teeth need magnesium – it helps keep calcium within bones and teeth.

B COMPLEX  – Peri Menopause/Menopause and Post Menopause and help Lower Inflammation

Get from Nutri Adanced

https://www.nutriadvanced.co.uk/b-complex-90-tabs.html

B vitamins are involved in literally thousands of enzymatic reactions in the body! Just about all bodily processes require multiple B vitamins.

• They are critical for the energy production within each individual cell, and energy released from the breakdown of the food we eat.

• They help to reduce tiredness and fatigue.

• They are also essential for the healthy functioning of the nervous system and immune system.

• They are critical for the energy production within each individual cell, and energy released from the breakdown of the food we eat.

• They help to reduce tiredness and fatigue

• They are also essential for the healthy functioning of the nervous system and immune system.

• B complex vitamins also support normal psychological function.

  • Folic acid and B6 support normal homocysteine levels, which is important for good cardiovascular health.

For Stress Reduction – If you are highly active and highly stressed the

Adrenals will benefit from supportAdreno Revive

Phil Richards

https://www.philrichardsperformance.co.uk/index.php/hormone-support/adreno-revive.html

Our adrenal glands—small organs located above the kidneys—usually deal with stress by producing hormones like cortisol, and when people are faced with long-term stress, their adrenal glands cannot keep up with the body’s need for these hormones. When this happens symptoms of adrenal fatigue may appear, this include tendency to gain weight and inability to lose it (especially around the waist), high frequency of getting the flu, tendency to tremble when under pressure, reduced sex drive, lightheadedness when rising from a prone position, brain fog, lack of energy, reliance on coffee, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, craving salty & fatty foods, hypoglycaemia and chronic pain of unknown origin.

None of these signs or symptoms by themselves can definitively point to adrenal fatigue. However, as a group of symptoms, in the context of an otherwise healthy person, they do form the adrenal fatigue syndrome or of a person under stress and the body’s failing physiological response to deal with such a burden. Adrenal fatigue, as a debilitating condition, is not yet recognised by conventional medicine and is thus missed by most conventionally trained physicians.

HCL – Absorption Of Vitamins and Minerals To Aid Gut Health And Digestion

https://www.nutriadvanced.co.uk/metagest-large-180-tabs.html

HCL

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