GOT HOT FLASHES? THIS IS HOW MY CLIENT ENDED THEM IN 21 DAYS
“I was introduced to Olga as a result of experiencing menopausal symptoms. I was dealing with upwards of 10 intense hot flashes a day that made me very uncomfortable and my brain constantly foggy. Night sweats also disturbed my sleep. With Olga’s support, I was able to get them under control within 3 weeks! I feel once again able to function at the level I am used to as a mother and a professional. An unexpected bonus is that my skin looks amazing and I have the “zesty glow”. Sandra A., 46, Financial Services Executive, New York.
I am so proud of Sandra! In less than 3 weeks she managed to end her hot flashes and chronic constipation while getting lots of compliments about her skin.
Her secret? Sandra decided to work with me and committed to a diet that worked for her body type and lifestyle. The best part? It was yummy, satisfying and cravings-free.
This is how she did it:
1. TOOK A BREAK FROM GLUTEN, DAIRY, COFFEE, AND ALCOHOL, the top triggers of hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms.
It sounds like a lot to give up at once, but she felt so good and so quickly that she didn’t look back…except for the occasional glass of wine and yummy dairy yogurt, totally fine and necessary to keep the motivation going long term.
Eliminating gluten required special attention because it’s everywhere and hidden in unexpected places. In addition to anything made with wheat, barley, and rye, it can be sneaking around in soups, salad dressings, deli meats, French fries and soy sauce. Once Sandra learned which foods were gluten-free, the rest was a breeze.
2. SWAPPED MOST PROCESSED FOODS FOR REAL FOODS.
Quinoa instead of white rice, spiralized zucchini over wheat pasta, a green leaf wrap instead of bread, eggs with spinach as opposed to a bagel with butter for breakfast…
Real and whole foods are full of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that give you lots of energy, protect you from getting sick and help you lose weight.
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3. STOCKED UP ON BROCCOLI, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, AND SEAWEED.
When you’re going through menopause estrogen becomes erratic, causing a hormonal imbalance that shows up as hot flashes and wrinkles. Cruciferous veggies such as kale, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts and cabbage help balance your estrogen, which in turn alleviate hot flashes and make your skin soft and moist.
Sea veggies such as seaweed, chlorella, kelp, and spirulina bring you the cooling effect of the marine world to your own body ecosystem. Nothing like an ocean splash to cool you down.
4. ADDED MACA AND A MENOPAUSE COMBINATION SUPPLEMENT TO BOOST RESULTS.
Maca is a root veggie from Peru that helps balance estrogen and relieves hot flashes. It also has an amazing impact on energy and stamina without the need for caffeine, which makes giving up coffee easier.
The support supplement I recommended included herbs and roots such as dong quai and wild yam which are well-known for helping alleviate menopause symptoms.
WANT TO FOLLOW SANDRA'S FOOTSTEPS?
This is a day in her new hot flash-free life. Go for it!
WAKING UP: one full glass of water with squeezed lemon to flush toxins out.
BREAKFAST: gluten-free oats with flaxseeds, berries and unsweetened almond milk for long-lasting energy until lunch.
MID-MORNING SNACK: a bunch of almonds or a banana to boost her energy levels.
LUNCH: quinoa with avocado, sweet potatoes and Brussel sprouts to balance her estrogen, protect her from any viruses going around in the office and make her skin look beautiful.
MID-AFTERNOON SNACK: unsweetened coconut yogurt and turmeric tea to help keep her ideal weight and boost immunity.
DINNER: fish or seafood with broccoli to keep that estrogen balance going and her heart and brain happy.
Yummy, satisfying, delicious. Boom!WANT TO GO EVEN FURTHER? Book a free 20-minute consultation and let’s get your strategy aligned with your goals.