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A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash: Is menopause causing your digestive problems?

by Mackie Vadacchino, CEO/PDG - A.Vogel, on 13 December 2017, Digestion, Menopause, Women's Health

Hello and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. I have a question from one of our viewers today, and because it’s quite a complex situation, it’s the only question I’ll be answering. This is from Sally who’s 49 and says, “I have recently started to get bad indigestion and acid reflux. I haven’t changed my diet, so I don’t understand why this is happening. Could it be due to menopause?”

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A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash: Sugar cravings and appetite changes

by Mackie Vadacchino, CEO/PDG - A.Vogel, on 20 September 2017, Menopause, Women's Health

Hello and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. Today I’m going to talk about sugar cravings and changes in your appetite during menopause, symptoms experienced by most menopausal women at some point.

You might find that you suddenly start to crave sugar or cookies or sweets much more than normal. You may also find that your appetite has just gotten totally out of control or that you feel hungry all the time. And you’re probably wondering why this is and why your appetite and cravings change.

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Foods to avoid during your period

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 September 2017, Healthy Eating, Women's Health
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When your period arrives, you get hungry, and more likely than not, it’s not salad you’re hankering for. If you’re like most women, despite your best intentions, you crave cookies, chocolate, chips and ice cream.

But other than the risk of these foods going straight to your hips, do they have an impact on your period?

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Ovulatory Pain: Do you Suffer from Painful Ovulation?

by Sonia Chartier, on 24 May 2017, Women's Health
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Generally, ovulation is one of the many phenomena that occur without your even knowing it.

But around 20% of women feel pain when ovulating, specifically in the area of the ovary that just released an ovum.

Do you know how to recognize ovulatory pain?

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