Once a year, I give myself the permission to just have whatever.
I'm not perfect.
I'm pretty good at my diet most days of the year, but once in a while, I'll go off the rails.
Mexican food is my favorite, so on one of my birthdays, I had a burger with some cheese on it, french fries, and two milkshakes.
And the next day, I had shoulder pain that I never had.
Then I realized it's probably because of the combination of sugar and dairy.
Usually if I eat crappy food, I don't feel the effects for a couple of weeks, but I felt that one the next day, which made me think that I can't out-supplement a bad diet.
I take supplements for my overall health, and I recommend you do too.
But how much can you really take, and more importantly how can you stay consistent especially if you're like me who would get really tired of taking a lot of pills?
Dr. Sharzad Green and I discuss that and more in today's episode of The Best of The Menopause Movement Podcast: Supplementation for Menopause Part 2.
During the podcast, we discuss how to pick the best supplements PLUS:
• Specific supplements for certain menopause symptoms
• The best supplement to combat inflammation and why it's so important
• Why magnesium supplementation is important for menopausal women
And stay to the end to find out all about a supplement that has been proven in studies to help with weight loss!