Menopause Diet and exercise plan - Fun4fitness

Menopause Diet and exercise plan - Fun4fitness

Menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive cycle. While it is a natural process, it can be quite an overwhelming and difficult period for any woman.

The very thought of hot flashes, weight gain, mood swings and sleepless nights is enough to throw anyone into a panic. What’s more, menopause also brings along with it several other health complications such as an increased risk of suffering from diabetes, osteoporosis and even weight gain.

While many women turn to hormonal replacement therapies to deal with their menopause symptoms, at times simply resorting to the right diet and making some simple changes in one’s daily lifestyle habits, can also be sufficient to help manage your menopause symptoms effectively.


The F.U.N Approach to Menopause

At F.U.N by Pooja Bhargav we believe in ‘the healing power of food.’ Hence, a balanced diet is the FUN approach to managing menopause and its symptoms. Our diet plans are wholesome and nutritious. We recommend consuming a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, good quality of plant proteins and foods high in phytoestrogens, omega-3 fats, and probiotics.

Along with this we also encourage you to indulge in some light exercise to help boost metabolism and fight off weight-related health disorders.


Tips to Manage Menopause

Menopause is a natural process which every woman undergoes in her lifetime. Therefore, it is very important to not interfere with the intelligence of the body. Resorting to hormone replacement therapies may only worsen the symptoms and cause more panic in the body. Here are some simple dietary tips to help manage your menopause and its symptoms naturally.

  • Cut down on your tannin & caffeine intake
  • Include flaxseeds, beans & sulfur-rich foods (broccoli, cauliflower) into your daily diet
  • Drink a concoction of turmeric, methi seeds & ginger powder with hot water every morning

Myth – I will suffer from osteoporosis once I hit menopause.

Truth – During menopause, estrogen levels in the body begin to decline. This, in turn, can increase your risk of suffering from osteoporosis. However, with the correct dietary and lifestyle measurements, you can reduce your risk of suffering from the disorder. Add more plant-based foods into your diet. Also, ensure you intake sufficient amounts of protein, probiotics, and calcium daily.

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