Gut Health

Enhance Your Gut Health

Discover the connection between gut health and menopause. Explore products curated to support menopause gut health and digestive health during menopause.

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Dr. Liss, OB-GYN and Versalie Advisor

Gut Health Q&A with Dr. Liss, OB-GYN

What are some ways to improve gut health during menopause?

You can do a few things to improve your gut health. Eat a diet high in fiber from fruits, vegetables, and legumes. You could also try adding fermented foods to your diet. Get regular physical activity and practice stress management like yoga or meditation. Avoid smoking and only use antibiotics when prescribed.

Can changing my diet help with gut health issues during menopause?

A healthy diet with high-fiber foods, prebiotics, and probiotics can improve overall health and digestion. Prebiotics feed good bacteria in the large intestine, while probiotics introduce them.

Can menopause affect gut health?

Yes, menopause can affect gut health. Changes in hormone levels may alter gut bacteria and digestion function, potentially leading to symptoms like bloating and constipation.


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