Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Dr. Jen tells the readers of Family Circle magazine all about menopause. Pick up your copy and check out page 157: 18 Things Every Woman should know about Menopause

According to fertility expert Dr. Kamaraj of Akash fertility Centre, there has been a sharp rise in cases of premature menopause in recent years. Historically speaking, the onset of menopause in women would oftentimes take place between the ages of 40 and 45; however, recent studies indicate that women are more likely to begin experiencing menopause symptoms as young as 34. It’s estimated that one million American women are impacted by premature ovarian failure, and the numbers continuing to climb.

The impact of diet on hormonal health is a popular topic in this community. Remember, all of your hormones work closely together – insulin, cortisol, thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – if one of them becomes unbalanced, it throws the others out of whack.

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