The Health During Menopause Exchange Newsletter explores how the menopause can be impacted by your gut bacteria, and why it impacts your health.
Gut bacteria have an impact on more than just your digestive system. Your mental and physical health can be affected by the ratio of good gut bacteria (and other microorganisms) to bad gut bacteria. This delicate equilibrium, which is referred to as your gut microbiome, can be disturbed by a variety of things, including changes during menopause.
Gaynor Bussell, a freelance nutritionist and health writer, writes about the gut microbiome and the benefits of having the right microorganism balance, especially good versus bad bacteria, in the Winter 2022-2023 issue of The Menopause Exchange newsletter. She examines the ways in which an unhealthy lifestyle, certain medications, and certain health conditions can affect gut health, as well as the means by which a healthy balance can be restored.
According to The Menopause Exchange’s Norma Goldman shares that gut health has become an important area of research in recent years. A number of health issues, including asthma, eczema, heart disease, and inflammatory bowel disease, have been linked to the gut microbiota. Your gut microbiome can thrive by simply altering your lifestyle.
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Speaking to a doctor about the menopause, HRT in women with medical conditions, oral health, as well as news, Ask the Experts Q&As, and information about Norma Goldman’s webinars, talks, and workshops are included in the Winter 2022-2023 issue of The Menopause Exchange quarterly newsletter.
Since its inception in 1999, The Menopause Exchange has never received funding from any businesses or organizations. Top UK medical professionals, such as menopause consultants, general practitioners, specialist menopause nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, and complementary practitioners, contribute articles to our free quarterly newsletter. News, book reviews, and our “Ask the experts” page are also included. Over 13,000 people, including men and women, healthcare professionals, complementary therapists, managers in the workplace, and journalists, receive the complimentary quarterly newsletter from The Menopause Exchange via email each issue.
Norma Goldman has been giving talks and workshops about menopause for more than 23 years. Thousands of women have benefited from her extensive knowledge to have a more pleasant menopause. She is now using Zoom to host her own regular webinars. Women at or nearing menopause, women who have had a premature menopause (before age 40) or a hysterectomy, and anyone interested in women’s midlife health can benefit from Norma’s “Understanding the Menopause” webinar. Women who are postmenopausal can also attend presentations. Women who sign up for the webinar will have the opportunity to ask questions, receive a factsheet, and learn about the experiences of other women.
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