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Menopace Menopause support tablets Plus Red Clover is a leading menopause supplement.
Every woman experiences menopause as a normal part of life as their oestrogen levels fall. It often happens between the ages of 45 and 55, though this can vary greatly.
Menopace Red Clover offers all the advantages of Menopace Original vitamin and mineral tablets in addition to a special, vegetarian capsule that contains an optimal 40mg dose of Menoflavon® Red Clover isoflavone extract and Green Tea extract (25mg polyphenols). designed to be taken before, during, and after menopause.
Red clover extract IFL 40, USP 32, a menoflavon standardised botanical extract, has undergone extensive research and meets the highest USP standard for quality. (Protected by a patent)
Isoflavones from red clover
One of the best natural sources of isoflavones is red clover. Women that are older frequently take these phytonutrients. Isoflavone consumption via diet alone would require consuming a lot of legume plants, including peas and beans, which might be challenging to do in sufficient proportions. The desired isoflavones Biochanin-A, Formononetin, Daidzein, and Genistein are found in abundance in red clover, which is a naturally rich source.
Using green tea extract (25mg polyphenols)
In a unique addition, Menopace Red Clover contains the advantages of Green Tea extract. Each capsule of the standardised extract contains 25mg of pure polyphenols.
The professionally prepared one-a-day supplement Menopace Original contains 22 nutrients and is useful before, during, and after this time of transformation.
The concentrations of some hormones can alter throughout menopause. Vitamin B6, which is present in Menopace, helps to control hormonal activity.
Keeping Menopausal Health Alive
Vitamin B12 and thiamin (vitamin B1) are additional nutrients found in Menopace, both of which are necessary for the neurological system to operate normally. The comprehensive recipe also includes a little amount of soy isoflavone extract (20 mg) to supply the naturally occurring plant chemicals daidzein, glycitein, and genistein.
Hair and Skin
Menopace contains vitamin C, which is necessary for the appropriate development of collagen, which is necessary for the function of skin, cartilage, teeth, bones, and blood vessels. Additionally, Menopace contains zinc, which supports healthy hair, and biotin, which supports healthy skin.
Thiamin (vitamin B1), a component of Menopace, supports healthy cardiac function while vitamins B6 and B12, along with folate, support healthy homocysteine metabolism. The blood amino acid homocysteine is independently connected to heart health by maintaining healthy lower levels.
Magnesium, zinc, and vitamin D are all included in Menopace, and they all help to maintain healthy bones. The UK Department of Health recommends a daily vitamin D supplement of 10 g, which Menopace Original offers, particularly in the fall and winter. Additionally, vitamin D aids in the digestion and use of dietary calcium. Taking Menopace along with a calcium supplement like Osteocare is recommended.
To support proper cognitive function and mental performance, Menopace Original contains iron, zinc, and iodine. It also contains pantothenic acid.
The nutrients copper, iron, biotin, vitamin B12, and vitamin D all help the body release energy normally. Vitamin D also helps the immune system operate normally.
One red clover capsule (dark pink blister) and one Menopace tablet (red blister) are to be taken each day with your main meal.
The tablet should be swallowed whole with water or a chilled beverage. Not for chewing.
Don't consume more than is advised.
Must be consumed after a meal.
Can continue for as long as necessary after menopause.
When used as recommended, Menopace Red Clover has no known negative effects. As with all supplements, if you are on medication or have a food allergy, you should see a doctor before using them. Consult your doctor or pharmacist as a precaution before using this product if you are currently taking any prescription medications or oral anticoagulants (blood thinners). Don't take more tablets than are advised. Take quick medical advice if you suspect an overdose.