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A whole-foods diet high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, high-quality protein and dairy products may reduce menopause symptoms. Phytoestrogens and healthy fats, such as omega-3 fatty acids. Vitamin D can be found in fatty fish and fortified foods as well, but needs are also met from time spent in the sun. Almonds This healthy snack can be very helpful during menopause. The healthy fat found in almonds can help to counteract the drying effects that many women experience with low estrogen levels.
Basic Dietary Guidelines for Menopause Get enough calcium.. Eat and drink two to four servings of dairy products and calcium-rich foods a day. Calcium is Pump up your iron.. Eat at least three servings of iron-rich foods a day. Iron is found in lean red meat, poultry, Get enough fiber.. Dairy products are a great menopause diet food as they are rich in calcium, vitamin D, and protein and can help improve sleep quality. One study of periand post-menopausal women found calcium and vitamin D rich foods—such as yogurt—reduced early menopause risk by 17 percent and helped reduce some symptoms of menopause. 7 Best Foods for Menopause 1. Buckwheat.
Technically a seed (not a whole grain), buckwheat is an excellent source of complex carbs, essential for 2. Collard greens. Calcium is essential during menopause; osteoporosis affects one of three postmenopausal women, and. Greek Yoghurt Greek yoghurt is a high-quality source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium, says nutritionist Libby Limon of LinkNutrition.com, which are all important for bone health. “As dairy is also high in the amino acid glycine it may also be good for reducing sleep disturbances associated with menopause,” she says. Eat right. Foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean protein foods such as beans and lentils contain the nutrients you need and should make up the majority of your meals and snacks.
If you drink alcohol, limit yourself to one drink a day. Many women report increased feelings of depression and/or anxiety during menopause. Not getting enough B vitamins and omega-3s may contribute to depression. Vitamin-B-rich foods you should try to work into your diet: Whole, unprocessed foods like lean meat and poultry, liver, whole grains and lentils are all rich in B vitamins.
When it comes to healthy eating, it’s helpful to look at all the foods you should be eating versus the few foods that lack nutritional value. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy are. You’ll need to make sure that your menopause diet is rich in sources of calcium and vitamin D. Avoid raw or non-homogenized dairy products, which might not have enough vitamin D and also can.
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