What happens during menopause?

During menopause, a decrease in Estradiol is often accompanied by hot flashes and night sweats. But don’t perceive ‘hot flashes’ as the bad guy, as this is the body’s way of eliminating the excess Estradiol from the bloodstream liken to sweating when working-out. If the other estrogens and hormones are not in a healthy balance, a decrease in Estradiol can augment a rise in heart disease and an increased rate of bone loss such as osteoporosis. A proper nutrient program is advantageous at this time.

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