I have recently read the Medical Medium books, Medial Medium and Liver Rescue and while you may think these books have nothing to do with menopause – actually they have a lot of information that is very relevant. Like the strong possibility that an overloaded liver could be the reason for many or all of the symptoms that we are taught to associate with menopause, like hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia and more. Also the strong possibility that the liver is overloaded both because of what we eat ( too much fat and/or processed food ) and don’t eat ( too little fruit and vegetables ) and also viral load, such as Epstein Barr virus.
I have personally used all the recommendations listed in the Natural Help page and found that yes, they do help but nothing got rid of the hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, head fog and feeling worn out much of the time. Some things would reduce them but they would always come back to haunt me. Then I read these books and decided to give the 9 day liver cleanse program and the the heavy metal removal protocol a go, after all, what did I have to lose? So, I did the 9 day liver cleanse – and slept through the night for the first time in a long time. Now, continuing with the heavy metal removal protocol, the celery juicing and the detox smoothies, the hot flushes are just about gone. Night sweats are a distant memory. Head fog has lifted and hurrah! I have energy at last! After years of dealing with all this stuff, I can’t tell you how good it feels to have all this GONE. To me – it’s a miracle and I am so grateful. Life is awesome once more!
I do have to say, I did not find the liver cleanse easy, even though it’s only 9 days and you can eat as much of the designated foods as you like – and I really like a lot of the fruits and vegetables that are required. It does take effort. However, it was so worth it, I will do it again, at least once or twice a year from now on.
I would encourage you to read these books – if you don’t want to buy them first up, see if your library has a copy and borrow them first. If they do not resonate with you ( and everyone is different so they may not ) you will not be out of pocket. If they do have value, you can buy them later. That’s what I did, borrowed them from the library first and bought them later.