I just came back from the North American Menopause Society’s (NAMS) 30th annual conference in Chicago. In the three days I was there, I learned about the latest research surrounding peri-menopause and menopause. The subject is vast and we know that for every woman menopause and the years surrounding it are a time of change. …
Emma reveals some excellent snacks you can bring to work! In Part 1 of this blog we looked at food that could be eaten when those afternoon slumps hit. Those foods were healthy, yet non-perishable. Now we will move on to incorporating more fresh foods such as fruits, vegetables, protein and dairy into the after snack attack.
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