The #1 Best Food for All Menopausal Symptoms

Menopause is a natural phase in every woman’s life. Menopause marks the end of menstrual cycles. It’s diagnosed after a woman has gone 12 months without a menstrual period.
Menopause is a huge transition in a woman’s life. Now that finally, Aunt Flo has stopped knocking at your door every month, it may seem like a big relief. But for many women, the transition is not so smooth. Menopause brings along a lot of changes in your body.
These changes may be physical, mental, and emotional. A healthy diet and lifestyle will pave the way for an easier transition to menopause, as well as ease the complications during menopause. Nuts
Nuts contain high levels of magnesium, a mineral that is very helpful in controlling anxiety, insomnia, mood swings, and depression. Magnesium is also considered important for healthy bones
Nuts are also a rich source of protein, omega-3 fats, calcium, and zinc which also eases the symptoms of menopause
Few tips to make them a part of your diet:
Have a handful of nuts as a snack
Add them to yogurt or oats porridge
You can also add unsweetened nut butters like almond and peanut butter in smoothies or on toast
Almond milk is another option
Since nuts are considered to be high in calories, we advise you to limit them to a handful every day
#2 Berries
This sweet, nourishing fruit is high in fiber, antioxidants, and disease-fighting nutrients
Berries are known to improve brain health and also help in managing stress in menopausal women
You can add them to yogurt, cereals, and smoothies. You can also have it as your mid-meal snack
Dr. Jinde, an Ayurvedic expert, recommends fruits like berries, apples, and dates to pacify and re-balance the body during menopause
#3 Leafy green vegetables 
Dark green leafy greens are rich in calcium, which are needed to maintain strong bones and prevent osteoporosis common during menopause. They are also rich in antioxidants, which reduce inflammation and ease symptoms
Include leafy vegetables like spinach, kale, mustard greens, methi, etc. in your daily cooking
How to add them to your diet:
Include them with salads, or saute them in little olive oil
Eat curries or dal cooked with green vegetables
Add them to soups and smoothies
Best Foods to Eat During Menopause