By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC & Michelle Tuffs
For those of us that grew up as daughters, we listened to all the horror stories about menopause. The sleepless nights, the furnace somewhere within us that kicks on at the most inopportune times! I shrugged them off as drama as a kid, however, now that I am more “mature” we’ll say, I have only one question…How to Relieve Menopause Symptoms?
Nutritionally Yours offers several options, for instance, Saliva Hormone Testing to look at levels of female hormones to understand what your body needs. Saliva tells you what is in the tissues of your body and what is bioavailable for your body. It is a wonderful resource to learn what your body needs as far as hormones and thus how to relieve your menopause symptoms. It’s also an excellent resource especially when there is a high level of a particular hormone. Sometimes we have lady’s that tell us they have trouble with weight loss. If hormones are high in the tissues, they can lead to weight gain, or the inability to lose weight. Saliva hormone testing is non-invasive and can be easily collected at home.
Nutritionally Yours also offers Plant Source Herbal Botanicals like black cohosh, chaste berry and evening primrose oil which have been used safely for many years as natural remedies for women with Menopause Symptoms. Ingredients like soy and wild yam closely mimic the chemical structure of naturally occurring female hormones thus making them a great natural alternative. Bio-Identical Hormones are an exact replica of human hormones and offer natural support of estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and DHEA.
Nutritionally Yours is available to help you learn How to Relieve Menopause Symptoms today! We can help you naturally find your way back to the days before these symptoms were overwhelming and begin living life again!
Here are some tests we suggest to bring your hormones back into balance and relieve your menopause symptoms.
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Medical disclaimer: Our tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.