No matter how old you are, physical fitness is very important — and even more so as you get older. Women over the age of 50, in particular, stand to gain so much more from physical activity than just weight loss.
The folks from Kindra have developed a new line of over-the-counter solutions for menopause symptoms. P&G Ventures and venture engine M13 announced today the launch of Kindra, a new direct-to-consumer brand providing proven, estrogen-free solutions, supportive community and personalized resources for managing menopause and relieving symptoms.
Aloha goddesses! If you missed the Healthline Facebook live event yesterday with Dr. Jessica Shepherd and me, don’t despair – the video is on Healthline’s FB page – here’s the link: https://www.facebook.com/healthline/videos/2131522600483421/
Join me and Dr. Jessica Shepherd for a Healthline FB live event tomorrow at 1 pm Pacific time ( 3 pm Eastern). We’ll share information about menopause and answer your questions in real time. Can’t wait to connect with you all!
Menopause is sudden, right?
Menopause is preceded by a different phase – a phase that bridges the gap between regular ovulation and eventual menopause. It’s called perimenopause.
Calling all menopause (and pre-menopause) goddesses! You are invited to an incredible upcoming event (WisePause Menopause Summit) on Saturday, October 12th in Atlanta to empower, educate, and nurture women
Elizabeth Paulsen and her sister share this story of how they helped their mom cool off from menopausal heat and hot flashes. And now they want to help all menopause goddesses with a product they invented to keep us all cool
It absolutely thrills me that committed people are working on products to help us through the transition and changes of the Big M. I only wish more of these had been available when I was first going through the Pause. Oh well, they are here now!
Hormone imbalance tends to be overlooked in a person’s overall health nowadays Here are ways body detoxification can help restore your hormone’s balance:
When I went through menopause, there was very little information or research about this life-altering transition. That’s changing – and you can be part of the change by sharing your experiences. I hope you will participate in both of these worthwhile causes – an online survey and/or a personal interview.