Diet for Post Menopausal Stage

Menopause is a time of transition, and indicates the end of the fertile years for a woman. Menopause is caused by a fall in the oestrogen levels. The decline of oestrogen levels can cause various health problems in women.

These risk factors linked with menopause cannot be changed. But a proper nutrition can help prevent or ease certain conditions that may develop during and after menopause.

Geetanjali, a REG Clinical Dietician Nutritionist suggest a suitable diet plan and small lifestyle changes that can help you to maintain a healthy menopause. She recommends exercising and eating right, because it helps to maintain health during and after the menopause.

Menopause is a natural process that occurs as a women’s ovaries stop producing eggs and production of female hormones declines. One of the most distressing and common symptoms for the majority of women is weight gain due to changes in hormone balance progesterone, testosterone and estrogen decrease and androgen increases.

These changes affect a woman’s body and how it burns and uses calories, in turn affecting its ability to lose fat.

In fact, research shows that 95 percent of menopausal women who diet will regain as much as two-thirds of the weight they lose within one year of completing a diet program.

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