For women across the world, the menopause is an inevitable fact of life and a normal part of the ageing process. But myths and legends still surround it and, in many cases, the menopause is often regarded as a taboo topic.
Progesterone is a key hormone in the regulation of female fertility. The actions of progesterone in the female menstrual cycle are regarded as critical for the control of female reproduction. Progesterone is also vital after conception because it sustains the pregnancy.
Many women look to take steps to improve their health, but it can be hard to know what nutrients women specifically need to stay healthy. In this article we take a look at key vitamins and minerals for women, as well as the level of fats, carbohydrates and proteins women need in their diets.
Vitamins are nutrients the body requires to carry out necessary functions and processes. We looked at some of the data related to vitamins B9, B12 and D to see if the UK population is more likely to be deficient in these nutrients.
Many menopausal women experience sleeping problems, including insomnia, oversleeping or difficult staying asleep. Here's our advice to help you manage your sleep issues.
High cholesterol is often known as a silent killer and it is thought up to 60% of Brits may have it. We’ve all heard of it and, it seems, most of us may suffer with it. But just how big a problem is raised cholesterol in the UK in 2019? We dived into the statistics to find out.