While the exact cause of diabetes are not known, certain factors may influence
During menopause, the body ceases producing certain female hormones. With the loss of these protective hormones, women suffer from heart disease at similar rates as men.
Menopauses increases the incidence of heart attacks, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, as well as the risk of certain types of cancers, in women.
Making important changes in your diet during menopause and post-menopause can help alleviate symptoms and prevent disease.
Your environment, lifestyle and diet can cause toxins to accumulate in your body.
Your liver health may be the cause of your chronic fatigue and inability to focus.
Sodium can deplete calcium in your body, leading to bone loss and osteoporosis