Nothing “beets” fresh juice!
To avoid hot flashes during menopause, try this four-ingredient beet and carrot juice.
Bursting with phytoestrogens, the juice removes excess toxins from the body that cause hot flashes and irritability.
To make – blend 3 carrots, 2 stalks of celery, 3 beets and a 1/2 cup of parsley. Serve over ice and enjoy!
If menopause is causing you to toss and turn at night – eat tart cherries!
Tart cherries are high in melatonin, which helps you fall asleep. They are also bursting with Vitamin C – an antioxidant that helps protect bones and prevent hot flashes.
For a great night’s sleep during menopause – try Epsom salt!
To help relax your body, we recommend taking a hot Epsom salt bath with lavender oil just 30 minutes before bed.
Not only will this hot bath relax you, but it can also help boost your mood.
Even if you only use it as a pre-bed foot soak, you can reap the benefits of Epsom salt. We also encourage adding essential oils into the water to help with relaxation and calmness.
Ease perimenopause symptoms with watermelon!
Staying hydrated while going through menopause helps diminish hot flashes because the nervous system is affected by dehydration – which triggers the annoying feeling that the external temperature has suddenly increased.
During menopause women experience a significant drop in estrogen levels, which increases the risk of osteoporosis.
To reduce this risk, we recommend eating foods rich in lycopene, which supports bone health – such as tomatoes and watermelon.