Feed Your Menopause
hot flushes, mood swings, are you struggling to sleep?
I remember Aunts talking discreetly about this at family get-togethers, and over hearing hushed coffee shop chats between older ladies and now years on here we are fanning ourselves and forgetting our glasses!
However, we don’t need to be discreet or talk quietly, we can talk openly and share information with each other, benefiting from increased knowledge to make sure our menopause doesn’t completely suck! We’ve decided to take action.
The Feed Your Menopause Membership will launch on the 1st of February.
This will offer you a clearer and more complete understanding of how nutrition can work to support you with your symptoms.
Together we will talk through your Menopause symptoms
Address the impacts that these symptoms are having on your mental health and your day-to-day activities.
Manage them through great nutrition.
How are we going to support you?
While this is going to be a practical and realistic group, we also understand that you may not want to give up alcohol or caffeine. We will meet you where you are and start from there and support you with making impactful adjustments. Nutrition is very personal; we will build collaborative relationships where we will continue to work through how nutrition can support you.
Sharing information on which foods and eating habits will best support you and your symptoms as well as helping you to implement changes to your eating habits. Creating a space where you can openly discuss the symptoms you’re experiencing and the impact that this is having throughout your days.
Our members will be supported in a selection of ways
- A monthly discussion spotlighting an area of nutrition that will address specific symptoms or a selection of symptoms and how to implement the advice.
- A monthly newsletter
- A monthly Q&A session
- A supportive community and safe space to be open about your peri-menopause and menopause symptoms.
- Masterclasses from other industries to support the members and their symptoms.
- A weekly eating habits goal with accountability.
When we decided to support women with perimenopause and menopause symptoms, we did a simple survey to find out more about the symptoms and impact that menopause was having on the women within our community.
The symptoms of perimenopause and menopause are far-reaching affecting women’s minds and bodies, ultimately impacting their mental health. It isn’t just the direct symptoms from menopause that have a high impact but also the ripple effect of these initial symptoms. From hot flushes to aches and pains to sleeping poorly and having brain fog. Many of the symptoms that women are experiencing can be reduced and better controlled through adjusting their eating habits. The impact of these symptoms too, such as low confidence, feelings of anxiety and overwhelm can be reduced and controlled through good nutrition.
Here are the main symptoms that came out of the research
Hot flushes and night sweats
Anxiety and low moods
Poor sleep and fatigue
Aches and pains