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Glyconutrients For Menopause & Andropause

Glyconutrients have been shown to reduce hot flashes, the most common symptom of menopause. Glyconutreints strengthens the liver and can improve conditions associated with menopause.

Glyconutrients are essential to cell to cell connection which is vital for a comfortable

menopause. Gradually adding glyconutrient supplements to the diet eases symptoms and reduces the symptoms related to menopause, as well as many other illnesses.

Menopause, or 'change of life', is a phase that leads up to the last years of menstruation and the end of reproduction. It may take ten years to complete while the hormones estrogen, progesterone and testosterone come into play. As you go through the stages of menopause less estrogen is produced and the ovaries stop preparing for pregnancy. As the estrogen drops the menstrual flow becomes lighter and more irregular until it stops.

For some women menopause can be extremely uncomfortable and very distracting. But there are ways to relieve the stress. Glyconutrient supplementation, healthy eating and exercise are of vital importance. Yoga stimulates the inner organs as well as the endocrine system and does help to alleviate the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause.

Hormones are the messengers which aid the body in communicating with the cells. The effectiveness of the communication depends on the number and the health of the cell receptors sites. Enter glyconutrients. Glyconutrients are attached to protein branches of the cells. These surface sugars play a crucial role in transmitting between cells. As your cells touch each they transmit via these sugar codes.

The liver is vitally important for metabolism of hormones and detoxification. The less healthy the liver the more severe the symptoms of menopause especially hot flushes. The liver may be 70% damaged before you even know you that it is not as healthy as you thought. The kidneys are also related to menopause and the kidneys will be 90% damaged before it is indicated. Fortunately we can rejuvenate our liver if there is not too much damage done. We cannot repair our kidneys in the same way but we can support our kidneys with good health, plenty of water and not too much salt.

Glyconutrients stimulate the production of glutathione. The largest stores of it are found in the liver. There it detoxifies harmful compounds to be released through bile. As we age the glutathione level decreases. The lack of this powerful antioxidant accelerates aging and slows down liver metabolism.
As the menopause comes to an end, so does that phase in a women‘s life and with begins a new phase shifting into a new balance with new roles and choices and wonderful opportunities of creativity.

Male menopause, known as andropause, a laughed about joke that is finally becoming recognized. It is the time in mens life when the hormone testosterone drops. As with women, it can also be a very uncomfortable and devastating time as some men can be hit quite literally, 'below the belt'.

Men may no longer experience the morning erection along with decreased libido and potency. Changes may begin to show in their hair and skin. Men may become depressed with reduced energy, increased stress, anxiety and excessive sweating. Stress in itself reduces testosterone levels as well as smoking, bad diet, drinking and drugs. Synthetic hormones found in the food chain also contribute to hormonal changes.

I have not yet been able to find any research on andropause and glyconutrients. But I feel confident to include it here since I am positive that glyconutrients would absolutely have the same benefits for men as for women going through through menopause.

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