There are no words that capture the weight of 2020. But what I can share after hearing from countless women throughout the year is: You. Are. Amazing!
Most of all, you did something. You took charge versus your menopause taking charge of you.
And then there is this from one of our HealthFix members, who shared it with her Gennev health coach this week...
Menopause is hard, but living is in the journey.
When women commit to caring for themselves, and seeking help, they become a force that no one can hold back.
I know because I’m one of them. Like you, many members of our team are in peri/post menopause and we’re building Gennev for you from the vantage point of menopausal women…and we love it!
We challenge you to take care of you in the new year – however big or small that may be – you’ve got this, and we’ve got you.
Happy New Year!
These are the 5 most read/listened to resources of the year. Enjoy!
Some basics of nutrition really don't change: veggies are great, you need fat, and eating the rainbow is still a good idea. We updated our list of nutrients that are good for women in perimenopause and menopause, but the basics remain the same.
Amanda Thebe was a lifelong athlete and fitness enthusiast, but when she hit perimenopause at 43, things went ... awry. Fatigue set in, and she found her previously boundless reserves of energy were drying up. And, like so many of us, she didn't realize right away that the issues she was having were hormonal.
We're all looking for ways to optimize our health and especially our immunity — things we tend to take for granted when we're feeling good and there isn't a pandemic going on.
One of the most unknown and underrated ways to strengthen your immune response is gut health. Science is only beginning to understand the importance of a healthy gut, including what all the gut does (a lot) and how best to protect and feed it.
Aching fingers, tight hips, sore knees … joint pain is one of the most common symptoms of menopause. If you’re feeling a bit stiff and sore, especiall
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