A herbal menopause support programme
The health products included in our tailored Menopause Support Pack have been specifically chosen for their balancing, soothing and nutrient-dense ingredients, which provide women with natural support during what can often be a very difficult time - the menopause.
With our step-by-step guide (see below), it couldn't be easier. Purchase this combination pack now, save 6% compared to buying these products individually and ensure best results in the shortest time!
More about the products that make up this Menopause Support Pack:
Easy step-by-step guide to using this Menopause Support Pack:
MENOstage: Take 1 - 4 capsules per day with food. Start off on a higher intake of 1 - 2 capsules taken with breakfast and the evening meal for 3 - 4 weeksThereafter, reduce intake to 1 - 3 capsules per day.
MaxNourish: Take 1 capsule, 2 - 3 times per day with food.
WATERgo: Take 2 - 6 capsules per day with food and a large glass of water.
Multi-Flora ProBio: Take 1 capsule, 1 - 2 times per day with food.
Note: Always combine the Menopause Support Pack with a balanced daily diet, exercise and drink lots of pure water to support cell hydration and body cleansing processes. Ideally, this programme should be followed for 3 - 6 months.
More about the menopause and hormonal balance...
Menopause is the conclusion of menstruation at the end of reproductive life, which usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 50 and lasts about 4 years. Ovulation fails, the intervals between periods becomes longer and hormonal activity wanes. In fact, it is the sharp decline in the production of both progesterone and oestrogen that triggers the menopause. Periods may stop gradually or quite suddenly and may become scantier.
Once women reach menopause, they are at greater risk of developing osteoporosis - a disease characterised by the thinning of the bone - leaving them vulnerable to breaks and fractures. However, it tends to be the day-to-day symptoms that most worry women about coping during this time, as they can be debilitating.
Menopause symptoms do not tend to all present at once. Common symptoms include: hot flushes, weight gain, depression, fatigue, bloating, urinary frequency, headaches, backache, painful breasts, vaginal discomfort, insomnia, poor concentration, irritability, mood swings and poor sexual response.
For decades, women have undergone hormone replacement therapy (HRT) - the usual remedy prescribed by doctors to treat the symptoms of menopause. However, some women are reluctant to use oestrogen because of the now proven increased risk of breast cancer. In fact, this traditional course of treatment is now being actively discouraged for this very reason. As such, many women now seek out a more natural approach, including: