This list comprises publications for both women and men regarding menopause and andropause, and the secondary issues caused by this mid-life transition.
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Brand NEW – How to Conquer Menopause Don’t Miss My New Book! It’s a Shame for you to Suffer through Menopause – When You really Don’t Have to. Written by a nurse who is also a consumer health writer in the early stages of peri-menopause in laymen’s terms you can easily understand. Includes 5 FREE BONUS Reports
Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones
Can you really feel better as you get older? Is aging without illness possible? Is your own internal fountain of youth waiting to be discovered? Yes, yes, and YES! says Suzanne Somers, the bestselling author of The Sexy Years. It can all be true when you take advantage of the new science of anti-aging…
You’ve Hit Menopause, Now What?
This is a new book written by George Gillson and Tracy Marsden of the Rocky Mountain Analytical lab in Calgary, Alberta. They have some good resources for Canada and you can see their website at http://www.rmalab.com/
Carolyn Chambers Clark (Menopause Author at Bellaonline.com)
Christiane Northrup said it’s “loaded with practical, well-researched information to help women negotiate menopause in good spirits and good health.” The book focuses on self-care actions including foods, supplements, herbs, environmental changes, relationships, and stress reduction actions women can take to negotiate menopause in a positive and life-fulfilling manner.
Discovering Our Sex Hormones and How They Determine Who We Love, When We Love, and How Often We Love
Theresa L. Crenshaw, M.D.
This book really helped me understand the different hormones and how they affect me. Great research that I refer back to often.
This book is written by the same woman who wrote the Fat Flush Plan book for losing weight, among others. I’m waiting for my copy and will let you know when I get a chance to read it.
Suzanne Somers newest book has some new information about adrenal burnout due to our stressful lifestyles and how this makes us gain weight. Lots of good information worth reading a bunch of new recipes.
Written from a researcher’s viewpoint and it is sometimes a complicated read. However, it’s valuable information on what happens to women’s bodies during menopause.
Madame Ovary – Midlife as an Art Form
Celebrating Midlife As An Art Form! About the Funny, Festive, and Fearless Madame Ovary
This is first book I read on bio-identical hormones and it helped me to decide not to go down the normal HRT route. Great book and a must read if you are new to the subject of bio-identical hormones.
This is an enjoyable and informative read. Any woman who wants to understand better what a man goes through needs to read this, and any man going through Andropause will find important answers here.
I read this after my doctor confirmed that I had insulin resistance, heading toward diabetes, and it helped me understand how to change my diet without going crazy, in addition to the Atkins plan.
If you suspect you are borderline diabetic, or know you have a blood sugar issue, this is the book to read. It scared me into eating healthy.
Dr. Christiane Northrup
I love how Christiane writes and you feel like she’s right inside your own life experiencing what you are. There’s plenty of medical information here, but what helped me most is the stories about other women, the changes they were going through and what they did to cope. I realized I wasn’t alone after reading this book.
This may sound like an unusual book for this list, but I have to say that it is one of the best books I’ve read on feeling healthy in a long time. John Gray’s recommendations have helped me create a balance in my body, and as a result, life, that I never experienced before. I wish I’d read this one sooner.
The Healing Journey Through Menopause; Your Journal for Reflection and Renewal
Phil Rich, Fran Mervyn
Ann Louise Gittleman