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Menopause and VitaminsWill vitamins help you stay healthier throughout menopause...

Over the past years, MenopauseRx's focus has been keeping our readers healthy during their menopausal transition. We believe that you can achieve many goals and set new standards of health and wellness by striving to balance a healthy diet, regular forms of exercise & relaxation, and appropriate health screenings.

- What is a healthy diet?
- So... What vitamins do I need?

What is a healthy diet?

Nutrient-rich foods provide energy for the perimenopausal and menopausal women's busy lives, promote wellness, and help to prevent disease.

  1. Do you eat at least 3 1-ounce servings of whole grains such as whole-grain bread, cereal, pasta, brown rice or oats a day?
  2. Do you eat at least 3 8-ounce servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy products such as low-fat or fat-free milk, yogurt or cheese a day?
  3. Do you eat at least 5 ounces of protein such as lean meat, chicken, turkey, fish, beans, beans, lentils or peas a day?
  4. Do you eat at least 2 cups of fruit such as apples, blueberries, melon, oranges, bananas and pears a day?
  5. Do you eat at least 2-3 cups of vegetables such as leafy greens, pumpkin, bell peppers, onions, broccoli, mushrooms and carrots a day?

If you answered yes to all 5 questions, you may not need supplementation. However, if you did not you may need some vitamins. Make an appointment with you doctor to discuss supplementation. Do your own research; there are numerous new studies out about vitamin requirements.


So... Which vitamins do you need?

Custom Vitamin Pack BoxIt is important to budget your expenses to only the vitamins that will benefit you personally. makes taking vitamins easier with customized vitamin packs, just for you.

At, they make it easier for you to take your supplements consistently:

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  • With our convenient packs there is no opening multiple bottles or sorting vitamins in a weekly pill counter.
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It is difficult to assess if you are getting the nutrients you need daily from your diet alone. Taking dietary supplements will serve as nutritional insurance that will provide you with key nutrients and health benefits. It is important to take your supplements daily and make it part of a healthy lifestyle change that also includes improving your diet and being active.

Vitamin ID Quality SealIn addition to eating healthier foods, avoiding excess calories, and striving to maintain a healthy weight though consistent physician approved exercise, using dietary supplements will optimize nutrient intake as part of a healthy lifestyle.

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  In the past, we have published 3 newsletters alone on vitamin D deficiency

Menopause Newsletter ArchiveMenopausal women are a concern for vitamin D deficiency, being predisposed to osteoporosis because of decreasing estrogen levels. You may understand the importance of vitamin D with calcium absorption and bone health.

However, you may not be aware that research suggests vitamin D supplementation also provides: protection against some cancers, improved immune function, protection against multiple sclerosis, protection against Type 1 Diabetes, protection against rheumatoid arthritis, protection against heart disease, protection against hypertension, protection against depression, and possible protection against the cold and flu.

To read more visit the MenopauseRx Newsletter Archive:

  1. Recent Studies are Seeing Vitamin D in a Whole New Light... Sunlight!
  2. The Vitamin D Dilemma
  3. Increased Exposure to Sunlight Found to Improve Depression

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