Apr 13

Relief From Vaginal Dryness

By Julie Dargan | Blog Posting

Vaginal Dryness  Have you ever noticed how many people treat the subject of menopause as taboo? Add to the mix simply writing down the word “Vagina” in my title and I can already see a few people squirming. So where is a woman to go if she needs help if she is seeking advice on […]

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Mar 02

Flaxseeds in the Menopause

By Julie Dargan | Menopause

Flaxseeds (also referred to as linseeds), need to be soaked in water in order for the tough outer shell to be softened and thus release their superior nutrients. If the outer shell is not softened by soaking in water (or alternatively you can grind flaxseeds in a coffee grinder) they pass through the intestines undigested. Or […]

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Feb 17

Apples in the Menopause

By Julie Dargan | Blog Posting , Recipes

An apple a day takes on a whole new meaning for menopause women. It not only keeps the doctor away but may be the answer to keeping the hot flushes at bay also. Health Benefits of Apples for Women @50 Ursolic acid: apples contain a compound called ursolic acid that dramatically reduces muscle weakness and […]

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Dec 07

Maca in the Menopause

By Julie Dargan | Menopause

Maca is an adaptogenic herb that is cultivated in the central Peruvian Andes at 12-14,000 feet under harsh natural growing and weather conditions. And if this herb can survive such conditions, it is well equipped to help any menopause woman survive her journey. Adaptogens are a class of herb that modulates the body’s response to stress, anxiety […]

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Dec 02

Lentil & Tofu Soup

By Julie Dargan | Recipes

This recipe is taken from my 7-Day Guide For The Mature Woman. The feedback on this delicious and easy to make soup has been amazing. Hence I thought I would share it with you all. The lentils provide protein that assists in Phase 2 liver detoxification. Lentils are one of the easiest legumes to digest […]

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