Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Alternative

Most women experience the onset of menopause around age 50, but it can begin any time between your early 40s and your late 50s. Symptoms can vary: some women get away with it but others suffer from hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, depression, impotence and loss of libido. Orthodox doctors often prescribe hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and often prescribe antidepressants and sedatives, which can be addictive. However, there is another natural factor. HRT is given to prevent your body's production of estrogen from decreasing, which can lead to the risk of osteoporosis and weak bones that lead to fractures. However, two large clinical trials have shown that HRT does not actually reduce the incidence of bone fractures and that it increases the risk of heart disease, gallstones and breast and endometrial cancer. Rather than a lack of hormones, it is said that many of the symptoms of menopause are linked to an imbalance. By eating healthy, exercising regularly, and taking natural supplements, you can improve your bone health and balance your sugar and hormone levels. It is well known that people in some parts of the world (such as Japan and Mediterranean countries) do not suffer from heart disease due to different national diets. It is not well known that women in the Andes region of Peru do not experience symptoms of menopause. Peruvian women eat Maca, a tuberous plant related to the potato. In addition to beneficial effects on the symptoms of menopause, Maca promotes energy and libido. Maca is also known as "Peruvian Ginseng" and "Peruvian Viagra".

Centuries ago, the Incas lived in this area, to boost their energy, their warriors took Maca before going into battle. When the Spanish conquered the area, they found that their horses were suffering from high altitude. Locals advised them to give Maca to horses and animals immediately with an increase in their strength. The Spaniards realized that what was good for their horses would also be good for humans, so Maca was used to collect the taxes that were levied on the people of the country.

There are three phases of menstruation: peri-menopause or the years before menstruation starts when your body misses periods. Currently, a low dose of 1500mg is recommended to slow your body's production of hormones. During actual menopause, increase the dose to about 4000 mg per day for 2 to 3 months, then reduce the dose to 2000 mg. During the post-menopausal period, reduce your daily Maca intake to 1500 mg. The risk of osteoporosis manifests itself from the onset of menopause and beyond. In addition to your daily intake of maca, it is recommended that you drink a daily dose of Forever Freedom, a skin health drink that contains aloe vera and glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM and vitamin C. It will - reduce stiffness and pain in the joints and improve. mobility and good bone health.