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As I Approach Menopause book. Gives a host of specific recommendations on what to eat, what to avoid, and how to make these changes part of your daily life.

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I've adapted them from my book Tell Me What to Eat As I Approach Menopause. Work up to 1 teaspoon a few times a week as a moderate approach

I've adapted them from my book Tell Me What to Eat As I Approach Menopause. They'll help you manage your menopause symptoms, while also protecting your heart and your bones. Work up to 1 teaspoon a few times a week as a moderate approach.

Books in the Tell Me What to Eat series inform readers not only about what foods are good (or bad) for them, but .

Books in the Tell Me What to Eat series inform readers not only about what foods are good (or bad) for them, but explain what causes the problem, the symptoms, and what they can do about it. In this volume, after those issues are discussed, there is a chapter entitled, Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask Your Dietician about IBS, which includes questions about lactose intolerance and whether IBS can lead to colon cancer.

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Check out these best menopause books for help and advice on perimenopause, symptom treatments, and living your best life. If you don’t know what to expect during the change, The Menopause Solution has a full explanation of what happens to your body. The book also includes updated information on over-the-counter medications, supplements, and hormone therapy. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause’. The book also takes a more spiritual approach, using the voice of Grandmother Growth to guide you through your journey. The Menopause Makeover’. Going through menopause doesn’t mean you stop being sexy.

Comments: (3)
Voodoozragore
Guess I was expecting more. It's easy to read and explains menopause and possible foods to eat, which is what it promises. But, read the entire thing in 20 mins. Seemed to simplified in some areas. A nice resource, though.
Glei
This is a small paperback that offers a lot for the perimenopausal - or menopausal - woman. This isn't a complete solution book, it doesn't provide many recipes, or claim to cure symptoms and changes brought on by menopause. Instead, it gives basic, simple information on menopause (from "what is menopause?" to "What should I know about osteoporosis?")
In addition to these short, beginner's questions and answers, Chapters 3 - 7 offers nutritional and dietician's information. In Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask a Dietitian, there are tips on how to relieve headaches, nausea, weight gain, as well as advice on how to lower a woman's risk of heart disease (which rises due to loss of estrogen.)
Much of what she says, many of us already know, but tend to forget, since the ages between 40 and 50 are often spent in different stages of in meno-denial ("It might happen to others, but it'll be different for me," was my logic.) This book has helpful reminders to get us back on track, good to pull out in the moments when we realize not only CAN it be happening to us, but it IS happening!
Chapter 5 gives 20 basic recipes (The 20 Recipes You Can't Live Without), for soy and tofu based goodies (Quick Tofu Chill, Chocolate Soy Pudding, Iced Mocha, as well as a basic Minestrone Soup, several Bean Recipes, Power Vegetables and some Fruit Smoothies. Chapter 6 offers help in the grocery store, while Chapter 7 gives common restaurant advice.
This book is a little high priced, but offers a lot of easy to read, basic information to start. It won't overwhelm the 'beginner'. I'd strongly suggest this book for women in their late 30's to late 40's who know they should know something about menopause, but aren't really ready for deep, mind-boggling research.
While you're at it, check out her other series books AND her larger books on diet and menopause. Good reading!
lubov
Ms. Magee helps to sort through all the confusing information, a refreshing change from most books on the subject. She presents practical, easy to understand, advice which helps one cope with the symptoms of menopause. Ms. Magee's book is filled with healthy recipies which are quick, easy to follow, and do not require hard to find ingredients.