FIND OUT HOW TO WIN THE WEIGHT BATTLE DURING PERI MENOPAUSE/MENOPAUSE!

FIND OUT HOW TO WIN THE WEIGHT BATTLE DURING PERI MENOPAUSE/MENOPAUSE!

ARE YOU GAINING BODY FAT AND FINDING IT HARDER TO LOSE WEIGHT?

Abdominal Weight Gain Occurs Because Of A Drop In Oestrogen Levels, Low-Quality Sleep & Reductions In Metabolism And Muscle Tone.

LEARN MORE about HOW YOU CAN ‘HARNESS YOUR HORMONES’ 

HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT YOU HAVE GAINED WEIGHT, AROUND THE MIDDLE, BUM AND HIPS?

HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT YOU HAVE GAINED WEIGHT, AROUND THE MIDDLE, BUM AND HIPS?

AND EVEN WITH A HEALTHY, BALANCED DIET WITH EXERCISE, THE WEIGHT STILL PERSISTS.

Unbalanced Hormones and Stress Can Change How The Body Digests Food, Slow Metabolism, And Make Your Body Hold Onto Fat And Fluid.

IF YOU ANSWERED YES! FIND OUT HOW MY  ‘Harness Your Hormones’ Program CAN HELP YOU.

BUSY LIFE! DO YOU WORRY ABOUT EVERYTHING?

BUSY LIFE! DO YOU WORRY ABOUT EVERYTHING?

Are The Kids Ok? Am I Giving Them Everything They Need? I Can’t Deal With The Stress Any More. I Wish I Had More Time In The Day. I Don’t Like The Way I Look!

FOR MANY WOMEN, THIS CHRONIC STRESS RESPONSE IS NEVER SWITCHED OFF, AND THEY FIND IT HARD TO FIND THE JOY IN SIMPLE THINGS.

FIND OUT NOW HOW YOU CAN REBALANCE YOUR STRESS HORMONES AND SUPPORT YOUR BODY’S OWN UNIQUE NEEDS.

 

I HELP ADRENAL FATIGUED STRESSED WOMEN TO RENEW THEIR ENERGY, REDEFINE THEIR HEALTH AND RECLAIM THEIR LIFE.

I HELP ADRENAL FATIGUED STRESSED WOMEN TO RENEW THEIR ENERGY, REDEFINE THEIR HEALTH AND RECLAIM THEIR LIFE.

Learn How You Can Conquer Constant Stress, Anxiety, Fatigue, Brain Fog, Low Mood, Moodiness, Weight Gain, Digestive Issues, Thyroid Metabolic Issues, And Hormonal Imbalances.

COME BACK TO YOUR TRUE SELF.

BRAIN FOG, POOR MEMORY or FORGETFULNESS?

BRAIN FOG, POOR MEMORY or FORGETFULNESS?

ARE YOU FINDING IT HARD TO CONCENTRATE OR MUSTERING THE MOTIVATION?

Kristen arrived in my office, like so many women before her, almost completely worn down. COMPLETELY EXHAUSTED AND BINGING ON SUGAR AND ALCOHOL EVERY NIGHT. She told me she simply had no energy to “do life.”

LEARN HOW YOU CAN RENEW YOUR VITALITY AND FEEL AMAZING AGAIN.

FEELING REALLY TIRED ALL THE TIME?

FEELING REALLY TIRED ALL THE TIME?

AFTER A SLEEPLESS NIGHT, HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHY YOU WANT COFFEE AND A SWEET MUFFIN FOR BREAKFAST?

Are You Having Trouble Concentrating, Constantly Feeling Dissatisfied, Extremely Fatigued Mentally and Physically Or Mustering Motivation?

LEARN HOW I CAN HELP YOU FIND OUT HOW TO BALANCE YOUR HORMONES TO SUPPORT YOUR ADRENAL AND THYROID HEALTH.

DO YOU HAVE GUT ISSUES?

DO YOU HAVE GUT ISSUES?

Have You Been Wondering How Your Unique Gut And Microbiome Play A Role In Your Health?

Common signs and symptoms of Gut Barrier Function Issues may include Weight Gain/Loss, Bloating, Nausea, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Abdominal Pain, Sugar Cravings, Gas, Immunity Issues, Brain Fog, Anxiety, Unbalanced Hormones, Recurrent Immune Infections or sense that something isn’t quite right…

DISCOVER THE CAUSE AND CORRECT THE IMBALANCE!

ARE YOU FEELING LIKE YOUR FLUCTUATING BETWEEN SAD, HAPPY, IRRITABLE, CALM, ANGRY, DEPRESSED, ANXIOUS, MOTIVATED AND TIRED?

ARE YOU FEELING LIKE YOUR FLUCTUATING BETWEEN SAD, HAPPY, IRRITABLE, CALM, ANGRY, DEPRESSED, ANXIOUS, MOTIVATED AND TIRED?

ARE YOU WONDERING IF YOUR HORMONES ARE THE CULPRIT AFFECTING YOUR HEALTH?

Discover Why Your Hormones Are Important In Balancing Your Moods And Natural Ways To Make Your Hormones Happy.

Did you KNOW?🤔

One Reason More Women Than Men Get
Alzheimer’s – And a Solution

Twice as many women as men get Alzheimer’s disease.

And it’s not just because women usually live longer than men.

Researchers have discovered that as women age, metabolic changes in their brains – linked to menopause – give rise to changes that make them more vulnerable to losing their memories and eventually their lives to Alzheimer’s disease.

But there are things they can and should do to lower their risk.

One Reason More Women Than Men Get
Alzheimer’s – And a Solution
Twice as many women as men get Alzheimer’s disease.

And it’s not just because women usually live longer than men.

Researchers have discovered that as women age, metabolic changes in their brains – linked to menopause – give rise to changes that make them more vulnerable to losing their memories and eventually their lives to Alzheimer’s disease.

But there are things they can and should do to lower their risk.

Menopause Means Brain Changes

The menopausal brain developments that bring about added dementia risk are part of a complicated process. But a research team from Weill Cornell Medicine and the University of Arizona Health Sciences has painstakingly tracked the damaging shifts in brain chemistry that occur as women get older.1

The research shows that both just before menopause, a period of time called peri-menopause, and while going through menopause, women’s brains suffer harmful changes in neurons’ use of blood sugar in specific brain locales. Dysfunction in those parts of the brain signals the potential development of Alzheimer’s.

The researchers also discovered that brain cells lose activity in enzymes that help mitochondria operate at optimal capacity. As longtime readers probably remember, mitochondria are the cell’s little energy factories.

“Our findings show that the loss of estrogen in menopause doesn’t just diminish fertility,” says researcher Lisa Mosconi, the associate director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine. “It also means the loss of a key neuroprotective element in the female brain and a higher vulnerability to brain aging and Alzheimer’s disease.”

The researchers have also found that menopause leads to extra amyloid beta in the brain – one of the destructive, tangled proteins believed to be linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Other scary changes include a reduction in the brain’s gray matter (the neurons where your thinking takes place) and shrinkage of white matter (nerve fiber bundles).

Ms. Mosconi, who holds a doctorate, notes that menopause is a well-known cause of mental and mood problems like anxiety, depression, insomnia and cognitive issues. And researchers generally believe these changes are connected with reductions in estrogen and increases in the oxidative stress (free radical damage) on brain cells.

She points out that most brain cells contain receptors that are specifically designed to interact with estrogen. When estrogen gets scarce, these receptors can’t do their part in helping brain cells stay healthy. The result: more disease and dysfunction.

That estrogen drop-off, says Dr. Mosconi, may cause a “starvation reaction” in the brain’s neurons that, as it progresses, eventually shuts off neurons.

Mitochondria Slowdown is a Problem

The Cornell researchers believe that the slowdown in the proper function of mitochondria is an important factor in the increase in Alzheimer’s risk.

Encouragingly, a lab study in France shows that helping mitochondria stay healthy may be a key to staving off Alzheimer’s – and tests show that healthy mitochondria reduce the accumulation of amyloid-beta plaque.2

When these scientists tested nicotinamide riboside, a form of vitamin B3, on lab animals who had the animal equivalent of Alzheimer’s disease, they found that it reduced plaque and improved mental function.

Plus, nicotinamide riboside shows promise as an anti-aging nutrient. And another study, this one at the University of Delaware, likewise suggests that nicotinamide riboside may help the brain stay healthier as we age.3

Mitochondria Maintenance

One of the best ways to promote better mitochondria in all the cells in your body is through vigorous exercise.

A study at the Mayo Clinic demonstrates that aerobic exercises like walking, running and biking stimulate cells to produce extra proteins needed by mitochondria and their ribosomes – tiny structures where proteins are assembled.4

When it comes to nutrients, the Cornell researchers recommend getting more antioxidants like vitamin C and vitamin E along with foods like flaxseed that can increase estrogen production.

I would add that it’s also important to eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and stay away from sugar and processed foods. Menopause increases the oxidative stress in the brain and the rest of the body. The nutrients in vegetarian foods provide phytonutrients that help relieve that stress.5

Best Regards,

Lee Euler
Publisher

References:

1 http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0185926
2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29211722
3 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29599478
4 https://www.cell.com/cell-metabolism/fulltext/S1550-4131(17)30099-2
5 http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/39020/InTech-Menopause_induces_oxidative_stress.pdf

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