Vegetology makes menopause manageable, by creating a targeted supplement for women that keeps symptoms under control
It’s a natural time in every woman’s life, but the menopause can feel uncertain as your body, hormones and moods fluctuate. There are many ways to combat menopause symptoms, from lifestyle changes to hormone therapy and vitamins. At Vegetology we’ve designed a menopause and perimenopause supplement to offer targeted support as your body changes. Our menopause support supplement is engineered using proven ingredients to help you feel energised and focussed, reduce stress levels and improve your mood. With all the nutrients you need in a daily dose of two capsules, our supplement helps you get back on track and live life to the full.
The menopause – What? When? And why, oh why?
The menopause defines the period of time when a woman’s menstrual cycle ends. It starts with perimenopause which can begin in your early 40s. Some women coast through it, but unfortunately many suffer mood swings, night-sweats, brain-fog, weight-gain…..the list goes on. But there’s no need to feel like every day is a roller-coaster ride. There are some simple and natural ways to make ‘the change’ pass in relative calm.
Symptoms of menopause
Mood swings due to hormone fluctuations can make you irritable, anxious, tired and generally feeling low. Night sweats, or hot flashes, as well as restlessness make night-time uncomfortable and discomfort during sex is also a common menopause symptom.
What’s the answer?
It’s possible to rebalance our hormones through diet, but it’s hard to get the right balance of nutrients. There are a host of widely recognised treatments and lifestyle changes that can help combat menopausal symptoms, from hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which relieves menopausal symptoms by replacing oestrogen, to cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) that can help with low mood and anxiety. Often nutritional supplements can help immensely. Many women choose to take a menopause multivitamin to keep their symptoms at bay.
What are the best vitamins for menopause?
Vegetology Menopause is a balanced and optimised multivitamin scientifically formulated to provide nutritional support during and after the menopause. It contains a carefully selected combination of vitamins, minerals, and potent botanical ingredients, to help with mood changes, weak bones and energy levels and is designed for optimum absorption and bioactivity of each nutrient in the body.
Our nutritional experts have combined ingredients often only available individually, to help combat all the symptoms of menopause at once. Each capsule contains 23 vitamins, minerals with soy isoflavones, sage and ashwagandha. We use Vitamin B6 which helps regulate hormonal activity, Vitamins B1 and B12 for the normal functioning of the nervous system and Vitamin C for normal collagen formation in skin, cartilage, teeth, bones and blood vessels. There’s also magnesium, zinc, and Vitamin D for the maintenance of healthy bones.
What’s the difference between Vegetology and other supplements?
Other supplements often include folic acid, but our experts believe that folate is superior. Others use Vitamin K1 but we have found that K2 is better for absorption and efficacy. You’ll also find that many other supplements are not completely vegan or compromise by using D2 instead of D3 to be vegan. We also use highly effective botanic extracts and combine a vitamin and mineral formula with a botanical formula, rather than use one or the other like other brands.
Why Vegetology Menopause Support?
The high strength formula contains nutrients to support:
What makes it special?
Our supplements are 100% vegetarian and vegan approved, free from gluten, wheat and dairy, non-GMO and are made in the UK.
B vitamins, Vitamin D and folic acid are known to be effective at combatting menopausal symptoms. Reach for Vegetology Menopause Support to navigate ‘the change’ stress-free.
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