Tea and coffee can have a major effect on your health. If you can’t cope without tea or coffee it could have an effect on your health and on your menopause symptoms.
In the Winter 2019-20 issue of The Menopause Exchange newsletter, registered dietician Angie Jefferson explores the pros and cons of tea and coffee drinking. How much coffee should we be drinking – and what’s the best way to drink it? And is drinking tea any better for our health?
“Media reports can be very conflicting, so it’s difficult to know how much our tea and coffee intake is affecting how we feel,” says Norma Goldman, founder and director of The Menopause Exchange. “In her article, Angie Jefferson provides us with the facts and also takes a look at the impact of drinking coffee on hot flushes.”
The Menopause Exchange, which was established in 1999, is completely independent and is not sponsored by any companies. It provides impartial, easily understood information to women and healthcare professionals. The Menopause Exchange quarterly newsletter contains articles written by top medical experts, such as gynaecologists, GPs, consultants, specialist menopause nurses, complementary practitioners, pharmacists, dieticians etc.
Articles in the Winter 2019-20 issue of The Menopause Exchange quarterly newsletter include progesterone in HRT, CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) for the menopause and diabetes and the menopause, as well as news and Ask the Experts Q&As.
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