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231. What menopause Cook with sage
Throw sage leaves into poultry and pork dishes, pumpkin and squash gratins, savory apple sauces, and use to garnish green beans. This herb is a mild plant estrogen, recommended by herbalists to counter menopausal hot flashes and night sweats.
232. What menopause Look forward, not back
As we get older, it is easy to get into the habit of dwelling on lost opportunities. However, after menopause many women experience renewed vigor and zest for life, and go on to found businesses, climb mountains, run marathons, or write novels.
233. What menopause Focus on freedom
Menopause is a time of loss but it is also a time of liberty. When symptoms get you down, ponder the positive aspects of being free from the pull of female hormones.
234. What menopause Yoga breathing
Alternate nostril breathing can be very helpful in calming and cooling. Follow the instructions for rebalancing breath.
235. What menopause Sage tea recipe
Cultivate a few sage plants in the garden or in a pot by the kitchen door and pick fresh to make this tea. A few sprigs of mint (Moroccan for preference) enhance the flavor.
  • 1 tbsp fresh sage leaves
  • sprigs of mint, optional
  • half a fresh lemon
  • honey, to taste
    1. Remove twigs and discolored leaves then place the sage leaves and mint sprigs (if using) into a teapot. Pour over boiled water and steep for 1020 minutes (place a tea cozy over the pot).
    2. Strain the tea into a cup to remove the leaves. Add a squeeze of lemon and some honey to taste, if you like tea sweetened a little. For best flavor, drink while the tea is hot.
  • 236. Healthy prostate
    For men, being aware of natural ways to look after the prostate gland becomes more important as the decades pass. You can do this by eating the right foods and practicing yoga. Consult your doctor if you experience symptoms including urination abnormalities or lower back pain.
    237. Healthy prostate Herbal aid
    To reduce benign inflammation of the prostate and relieve a range of troublesome urinary symptoms, try taking a combination of the herbs saw palmetto (Serenoa serrulata), hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), and horsetail (Equisetum arvense) take up to 30 drops of the combined herbal tincture in water daily.
    238. Healthy prostate Cook with linseed oil
    Make salad dressings with linseed (flax) oil, and use it also as a moisturizer over areas of dry skin. US research suggests this oil may slow the growth of prostate tumors when used as part of a low-fat diet.
    239. Healthy prostate Max on minerals
    Research shows that men with low selenium levels are more likely to develop prostate cancer. Boost selenium levels by eating seeds and nuts every day. Research demonstrates that eating zinc-rich pumpkin seeds could reduce inflammation of the prostate gland.
    240. Healthy prostate Drink pomegranate juice
    In one study, pomegranate extract seemed to slow the growth of prostate cancer. Have a glass of pomegranate juice for breakfast.

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