7 Unexpected Ways My Life Has Changed After 50 (blessings and unknowns)
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by Jennifer Moore
2d ago
Turning 50 heralds the beginning of a new life stage for women. It’s the point when our fertile years come to an end, and we move on to the next phase. It’s also a time when we experience late perimenopause (peri meaning ‘around’) before transitioning into menopause and then post-menopause. It’s a journey! Just like puberty and pregnancy, this life stage usually involves big shifts. Often, the big 5-0 coincides with children leaving the home – empty nest syndrome. And then there’s looking after ageing parents, perhaps holding down a senior position at work or becoming more financially free ..read more
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Navigating Menopause With Therapeutic Essential Oils
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by Jennifer Moore
2w ago
As such, these aromatics – ‘concentrated substances extracted from the flowers, stems, roots, bark, leaves or seeds of a plant’ – have been used for centuries. “When oils are extracted with care, their life force is maintained and can be recognised by human biology,” says Dr Bo. “Breathing in the scent of an essential oil takes it to the bloodstream via the lungs and the brain via the olfactory system. In addition, the skin (epidermis) can absorb these therapeutic oils, and they travel to your blood from there.” For this reason, essential oils should be treated as the potent forces of n ..read more
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Remifemin® vs MenoMe®
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by Leigh Kite
2w ago
Who is Remifemin®? Remifemin® is a trademark of the German company Schaper & Brümmer GmbH Co. KG, and is licensed to pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline for international sales. The Remifemin® product portfolio comprises effective preparations for some of the symptoms of menopause. The original Remifemin® product has been sold in Europe for over 40 years. Who is MenoMe®? MenoMe® is a New Zealand owned and operated company that supports women through all phases of menopause, creating a community of like-minded, empowered women. Our evidence-based supplements are designed by m ..read more
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A Delicious, Hormone-Loving Cauliflower Crust Pizza Rich in PPFF
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by Jennifer Moore
2w ago
Pizza. I don’t know about you, but I’m totally addicted.  In fact, when I was in Italy, I had it for dinner just about every night! However, now that I’m back to ‘real life’ my body functions better when I don’t eat too many refined carbohydrates. Have you heard me mention before that the body doesn’t do so well with carbohydrates during the meno years? I’m proof positive. These days I still have my pizza but make it with a cauliflower crust and it’s amazingly delicious. Chock full of vitamin C, with vitamins K and B6, dietary fibre, choline, manganese, biotin, and folate. Plus its horm ..read more
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How Food Can Help You Have Your Best Menopause | Meet PPFF
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by Jennifer Moore
3w ago
PPFF? Say what? Yep, you’ll often hear us referring to PPFF which stands for Phytoestrogens, Protein, (healthy) Fat and Fibre in food. These four pillars along with a Mediterranean, plant-dominant and anti-inflammatory style of eating have proven to be super-beneficial for women in menopause.1,2 Indeed, our yummy recipes follow PPFF guidelines for women in pre-, peri- and post-menopause. To reiterate, this stands for Phytoestrogens, Protein (healthy) Fat and Fibre. In addition, they’re [our recipes] anti-inflammatory and guided by the Mediterranean style of eating. Oh, and gut-fri ..read more
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What’s A Guy To Do? Supporting Him Through Her Change With Anna Veale
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by Jennifer Moore
1M ago
Podcast Interview In this episode, we talk about: A former personal trainer, entering perimenopause changed things – Anna shares her story (4:16) Anna’s 43rd birthday (6:15) Explaining to her children (8:01) Also, a former yoga teacher and Pilates instructor Anna says adaptation in your exercise routine is key (9:52) Addressing loss of muscle mass (11:55) The fascia and the relevance of issues in the tissues (14:04) The menopause conversation with her husband (19:10) Coaching males when their female partner is navigating peri/menopause (21:00) Menopause affects 100% of the population, let’s ..read more
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9 Sleep Fixes You Can Start Tonight (For a Better Tomorrow)
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by Jennifer Moore
1M ago
Podcast Interview In this episode, she talks about: How is your sleep? (0:44) A growing global epidemic (0:58) Sleep in perimenopause and post-menopause (1:12) Why We Sleep by neuroscientist Matthew Walker PhD (1:51) The shorter your sleep, the shorter your lifespan (3:12) Sleep and weight gain (3:33) Impact on our lives of sleep deprivation (6:52) The circadian rhythm and melatonin (7:29) What is adenosine and why should you care? (9:27) How much sleep is enough? (10:10) What can lack of sleep cause? (12:30) What can you do to improve your sleep? (13:23) Get up early, go to bed early and be ..read more
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Menopause and Men: A Heartfelt Letter To My Male Partner
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by Jennifer Moore
1M ago
Dear You, I need to talk to you about something I’m going through. It’s called menopause. And it’s making me experience all sorts of symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats and a lack of sexual desire. It’s also making me feel irritable at best and rage at worst as well as depressed and anxious. I’ve been researching and learning all about it and there are 34 recognised symptoms. You might have also noticed I’ve put on weight especially around my belly and it’s making me feel awful. Far from sexy. In fact, I feel miles away from my usual confident, happy self. It’s confusing and quite scary ..read more
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3 Signs That Point To You Being In Perimenopause
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by Jennifer Moore
1M ago
Perimenopause. The time of perimenopause is a quandary for women. Because we’re woefully uneducated about the third part of our menstrual cycle. Indeed, I’m referring to: Puberty  Fertility Menopause Most women aren’t even aware that menopause only occurs when one year has passed since our last period, and that the lead-up to menopause is usually years – average four but it can go on for over a decade – of perimenopause. And this often begins when in our minds we’re still ‘young’. In fact, perimenopause – which may begin around 40 – is when most of the signs like hot flushes, wei ..read more
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Don’t Sweat It: How To Make The Change A Good One With Nicky Pellegrino
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by Jennifer Moore
1M ago
Podcast Interview In this episode, we talk about: Writing about a hot flush when you haven’t had one (4:08) Coming of age – what is midlife (4.37) Pushing back against invisibility (6:20) Why it’s a bad idea to write a book about menopause when you’re in peri and why she did (7:25) Stumbling into peri and the beauty of post- (12:00) Imposter syndrome (14:12) Throwing out bras and other body changes (15:15) Wine and coffee – BFF no more (16:10) A missing libido (16:57) Recurring themes in menopause with loss of confidence reigning high (19:01) Lack. of knowledge – are there better ways? (24:0 ..read more
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