Many of our mothers had to suffer through menopause. We don’t! Women of the FabOverFifty generation are fortunate to be the beneficiaries of extensive research into ways to give us safe relief from many of the unwelcome symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, including hot flashes, night sweats and weight gain. A line of completely natural supplements, under the brand name Estroven, promises to give us the quality of life we deserve during this often-stressful time. When Estroven asked if it could sponsor a post on its product, I thought “of course,” since I want to keep my FOFriends completely up to date on products that can benefit all of us, physically as well as emotionally.
September is Menopause Awareness Month, so even if you’re not yet in menopause, now is the time to find out how to conquer it, before it starts to conquer you. It was dismaying to learn that although one out of three women in the United States suffers from perimenopause and menopause symptoms, almost 60 percent of us don’t seek treatment because we don’t even know treatment is available. And we thought we were smart!
Here’s the scoop on Estroven: Its line of pure ingredients, found in nature or naturally sourced, doesn’t contain synthetic estrogen, and is therefore considered to be a safe alternative to Hormone Replacement Therapy. Estroven’s two major dietary ingredients, soy isoflavones and Black Cohosh, are clinically proven and said to address the most common menopausal symptoms: hot flashes and night sweats.
Besides reducing these two yicky symptoms, Estroven’s new Weight Management contains proprietary Synetrim CQ, an ingredient that reportedly balances serotonin to help safely manage weight. Other products in its line help us deal with additional menopausal symptoms, including fatigue, memory and concentration issues, irritability and loss of energy.
The company stresses the importance of using its supplements daily. Most women notice the benefits of Estroven Weight Management in 8 to 10 weeks.
Estroven has published a marvelous soft-cover book called Changing Ways Workout Plan, an eight-week workout program for peri and menopausal women. “As a woman’s body changes, so should her fitness routine,” the book’s welcome message says. Smart!
September is Menopause Awareness Month. To help prepare for menopause, check out Estroven’s website to browse their product suite as well as tips and tricks for managing the good, the bad, and the sweaty!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Estroven. The opinions and text are all mine.