After menopause, the risk of cardiovascular illness increases as your estrogen production declines. Menomelt Menopause Support is a natural, botanical supplement that you eat, and absorb as a real food, to help you manage the discomfort commonly associated with perimenopause or menopause.
Has been clinically shown to improve cardiovascular function, and improve cholesterol levels.
Used in anti-hypertensive formulations and hormone balancing
Contains natural, plant-based estrogens which are useful in raising declining estrogen levels.
Fermented naturally: As the fermentation process breaks down the cocoa beans, they release beneficial nutrients and antioxidants.
Heart healthy: Chocolate has been clinically shown to improve cardiovascular function and improve cholesterol levels.
Better overall health: Chocolate has also been clinically shown to improve cognitive function and even help lose weight.
Compliance: Who doesn’t like chocolate? With DECO delivering active nutrients in a great-tasting package, you and your love ones will look forward to taking your vitamins every day.
Eucommia and Mung Bean
Menomelt Menopause Relief combines the benefits of cocoa with Eucommia and Mung Bean to combat some side effects of declining estrogen levels in menopausal women. After menopause, the risk of cardiovascular illness increases as you produce less estrogen. A major side effect of lower estrogen levels are hot flushes, which up to 80% of North American women experience during perimenopause and menopause.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Eucommia is used as an estrogen modulator to regulate female hormone functions. It also helps to enhance vital energies by strengthening the kidneys. Mung Beans belong to a group of plants known as phytoestrogens—natural, plant-based estrogens. Phytoestrogens are useful in supplementing declining estrogen levels. Combining these two ingredients with the health benefits of cocoa can support cognitive function, balance mood fluctuations and reduce the severity or occurrence of hot flushes.
In a recent consumer study, menopausal women who were experiencing at least three hot flushes or episodes of night sweats per day reported significant relief of symptoms while using Menomelt Dark Chocolate Menopause Support:
Menomelt Dark Chocolate Menopause Support helped to relieve hot flushes and night sweats in women experiencing at least three hot flushes or night sweats per day.
Menomelt Menopause Support is a natural, botanical supplement that helps you manage the symptoms and discomfort commonly associated with perimenopause or menopause.
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