Anti-aging specialist Dr. Eric Braverman’s offers tips for menopausal women to stay sharp and fit.
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Dr. Eric Braverman: We'll start with the menopausal support which are yam extracts, cohosh. They are other things like soy and they have natural estrogens, progesterone that knock down those toxic hormones from the pituitary along with DHA which builds back the adrenal gland and helps her loose weight and they build neurotransmitters in the brain that women are loosing that affects their memory, their fitness and their ability to basically stay calm. In addition we combine supplements with diet. You're inflaming in menopause. You're blooded ovary and blooded brain end up needing fish oil loaded eggs. You need fish oil that's anti-inflammatory. Some people use baby aspirin but you must have an anti-inflammatory diet with yoghurt loaded with probiotics with wheat germs and nutrients like brain energy, brain memory compounds to restore what's called dopamine and serotonin are virtually every women in the 50s can do the same thing they did in their 40s and 30s. Further more you're drying out. You burn up, you swell up and dry out as you get older and you need to have lots of fruits like pomegranate. You have to re-hydrate and you got to pack your proteins with spices. Every time you eat protein think spices. This spice rack should be on every table, every restaurant. The salt America, the blow America 40 nutrients in every spice ends up with nutrient loaded calories that allow you to eat more and loose weight and our number one drink still remains Oolong green tea, black tea, white tea combined with chamomile, tangerine tea, apple cinnamon. We need tea. 4000 flavonoids and some glasses will actually result in inflammation and swelling coming out on your face and mental alertness. So you can love and work better. It's an amazing way to live with tea not fruit juices and SodaPop.