Do You Recommend Supplements?

Do You Recommend Supplements?

As a Certified Menopause Practitioner, I am always looking at clinical data and the evidence of efficacy, that is, how well something works as well as the safety of use before I recommend any treatment option including supplements. There are many supplements that are beneficial for women at midlife and beyond. 

It’s important to assess what might be deficient in your diet, what your particular symptoms and concerns are, and what has been shown to be beneficial without causing harm and emptying your wallet. When appropriate, supplements and other non-prescription and nutritional options will be discussed for your consideration as a part of your personalized menopause plan.

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