7 Healthy Gut Habits For Women Over 40: Get Your Life Back Using Intermittent Fasting, Nutrition, and Self-Care to Restore Gut Microbiome for Weight L (Paperback)
Are you struggling to keep up with the effects of perimenopause or menopause?
Do you wish there was a way to alleviate the symptoms, particularly the unwanted menopausal weight gain and low energy women over 40 experience, and go back to the time when you were healthier, happier, and full of life?
If you said yes to the above, then you're looking at the answer to your solutions.
Menopause and aging, in general, often lead to weight gain, decreased energy, and other health issues, which affect confidence, self-esteem, and overall quality of life.
Luckily, you don't need to look elsewhere to fight off the effects of menopause. The key to managing menopausal symptoms and weight gain is already within you.
Your gut plays a critical role in your overall health. Since it is connected to various organs in the body, taking care of it is crucial to staying healthy and getting in shape.
The transformative journey towards improved health during menopause begins with gut health.
And gut health is easy to achieve as long as you have a proper guide to teach you everything you need to know to support your digestive tract.
Inside this essential guidebook on improving your gut health, you'll discover:
- A closer look at what happens in your body during perimenopause and menopause to help you understand why you are suffering from its symptoms
- 7 gut-friendly habits you can easily integrate into your day-to-day life to alleviate and prevent irritating symptoms
- Why you must listen to your gut and what your gut might be trying to tell you about your health
- What intermittent fasting is and how your gut and your whole body benefit from it - plus tips on how to start intermittent fasting for a successful transition
- How sugar can ruin your health - and practical methods for eliminating it from your diet in 21 days
- The importance of probiotics and prebiotics for your gut, and ways you can incorporate them into your diet to strike a healthy balance
- What sleep, stress, and mindfulness have to do with your gut - your diet isn't the only factor affecting your gut
And much more
The gut is as important as your brain and your heart. It's time you focus on it and stop the discomfort of menopause from further ruining your life.
As long as you have this guidebook, you're bound to live a more fulfilled and meaningful life - perhaps even better than before