Guest: Margaret Nachtigall, M.D., Reproductive Endocrinologist
If you are a woman between the ages of 40 and 50 and feeling out of sorts, you are probably not going crazy. You are most likely experiencing symptoms caused by the decline of estrogen. Less estrogen can show up as insomnia, weight gain, thinning skin, and feeling a bit grumpier or fatigued. The medical term is perimenopause. Though not as widely discussed as menopause, the lack of knowledge can still leave you feeling down. Dr. Nachtigall offers the perfect prescription to get on track with incredibly effective natural alternatives.
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A special message from Danielle:
Woman’s health is complex. It can be confusing at best, and at the same time very personal. When I started noticing thinning hair, dry skin, and not sleeping as well as I use to, I started looking around.
I was introduced to a nutritional supplement from a longtime friend and respected associate. The product had solid science from a credible source. I jumped at the chance to try the sample. I have been taking it now for over three months and the results are very positive. It’s offered me a natural option with only positive benefits.
Sometimes the best information comes from friends with actual results. I wanted to share this with the hope this offers you a safe and effective way to navigate your own body as it changes through time.
Am I losing my mind or is it just hormonal changes?
As a contemporary woman, you’re busy. From working, to raising children, dashing between family commitments, to keeping up with texts and car pools, it can all take its toll on your energy and how vibrant you feel.
If you’re edging up on your 40’s you may also notice you’re not sleeping as well, your skin isn’t as radiant as it used to be, and your periods are becoming more irregular.
You started yoga, eating more greens, drinking alkaline water, and still feel something’s not quite right. If you are like most woman on the trail to good health, you’re probably trying to find out what you can do and how to fit it into your jam-packed schedule.
Here’s some important information to keep in mind. As women moves through different times in life there’s a natural decline in estrogen.
Symptoms can vary from woman to woman. You may notice your hair getting thinner, fatigue increasing, and perhaps you’re a bit grumpier, while someone else may notice a slower metabolism and extra weight around the waistline, or just feeling exhausted.
You are most likely not in full menopause in your 40’s, but with each decade the symptoms most likely will change. It can be frustrating and even disheartening.
The great news is that things have really changed for the positive. Solid science and an enthusiastic approach to living longer and thriving have encouraged woman to learn more about their own bodies, and to search for healthier ways to address the natural process of estrogen decline without side effects.
A proprietary compound derived from tofu is offering significant benefits especially for woman in their mid-40’s to 50’s. Produced under strict pharmaceutical conditions, the product offers a proprietary ingredient. It is an extract from soy that contains 20 amino acids but no isoflavones.
Though the product does not contain estrogen, the research shows it can offer positive benefits to helps protect from bone loss while improving bone strength. Studies also indicate potential support for cognitive function, reducing hot flashes, enhancing sleep, and mood swings.
It’s a balanced nutritional formulation which contains vitamin B2 and Biotin for addressing irregular periods, skin dryness, and energy fluctuations for those days where it’s easy to feel off track. Most important, this natural product is supported by proven efficacy with documentation of no side effects.
Learning about your own body is essential. By combining science and Mother Nature you can protect your health long-term and feel incredible no matter what stage or decade you are at.
Things to Remember for Women over 40
• You are not alone. Your feelings of loneliness are shared by many women.
• It starts with understanding this stage of life and what is happening to your body.
• Symptoms of early estrogen decline can be balanced.
• There is solid science to help you stay healthy at every age.
• You don’t have to suffer
I had a great conversation with Margaret Nachtigall, M.D., Reproductive Endocrinologist about how to take control of your well-being and I wanted to share it with you here.
The facts can be life changing!