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As summer approaches and restrictions are lifted, your day-to-day stress may also be easing up. Or maybe things seem to be more stressful than ever. Whatever your situation, taking a small amount of time to focus on your mental and physical health is essential to your well-being. Each day…
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Feeling hot hot hot? If you are one of the 75% of women that will experience hot flashes associated with menopause, I have some good news for you.   We understand that hot flashes can happen at any time of the day and can be severely distressing and disruptive.   Hot…
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Weight gain may seem unavoidable as you reach middle age, but it doesn’t have to be. As estrogen levels begin to fluctuate, you start to experience signs of menopause, such as hot flashes, night sweats, and mood changes, as well as noticing that your pants may be getting a…
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Menopause Weight Gain? Inflammation May Be The Culprit (And 5 Things You Can Do About It Right Now) It’s apparent that weight loss is much more than just calories in and calories out,1,2 so what are the other variables involved?  Current research is finding that chronic systemic inflammation is a…
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6 Tests To Maximize Your Well Woman Exam In Menopause During your well woman exam, your doctor asks how you’ve been feeling, does a brief exam, and usually orders blood work. She might rattle off the names of a couple of lab tests she’s ordering, like a CBC (complete blood…
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Top 4 Secrets of Combating Menopause Weight Gain Not only have I gone through the physiological changes associated with menopause myself, but I have also ushered roughly 42,000 women through the Galveston Diet Signature Program… This experience has allowed me to PIN DOWN the secrets of combating the seemingly…
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As we age, our libido can definitely need encouragement, especially as we enter and experience menopause.   Menopausal hormone changes often lead to decreased blood flow to the vagina and thinning of the tissue of the vulva, which can lead to increased pain and decreased sensitivity.    On top…
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Foods To Battle Stress During the Coronavirus Pandemic If you’re feeling stressed, who can blame you? In a recent study, 53.8% of respondents rated the psychological impact of the coronavirus outbreak as moderate or severe; 16.5% reported moderate to severe depressive symptoms; 28.8% reported moderate to severe anxiety symptoms,…
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Exercise Beyond Menopause – For Weight Loss and More Many women, especially when entering or experiencing menopause, tend to put off exercise completely or transition to simply walk a couple of times a week over time. However, physical activity, including aerobic activity AND resistance training, becomes more and more…

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