Could you be in early menopause? A recent conference at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) discussed the state of the science of menopause-related discomforts and their relief (Medical Reference 1). Hot flashes and night sweats were strongly related signs to the menopausal transition. Early menopause hot flashes and night sweats can vary widely in …Read More
Scientific research continues to demonstrate the potential benefits that a diet that includes soy protein products might have for a woman’s health. Among the many potential benefits of soy for a woman’s health, scientific studies report that the consumption of soy protein products may help in many areas: heart disease risk reduction per the FDA (Medical References …Read More
The incidence of overweight people in the U.S. has reached epidemic proportions. Population statistics report that approximately 65% of U.S. adults are overweight (Medical Reference 1). Even more alarming is the fact that about 16% of children and teens are overweight (Medical Reference 2).
Menopause hot flashes are one of the most common discomforts during the postmenopausal period with 40-90% of U.S. women enduring hot flashes during this period of life (Medical Reference 1-6). In fact, of the many discomforts often associated with menopause, hot flashes and night sweats are considered to be strongly associated with the initial stages …Read More
Protein food (i.e. food rich in protein) is an important part of our every day diet. Protein is a critical nutrient used by all the cells of our bodies (Medical Reference 1). Everyday of our lives, the protein in our body is being broken down and remade. The formation of new protein requires both essential …Read More