Brenda Rogers

25 Stressors that Contribute to Midlife Weight Gain

By Brenda Rogers / 22 Nov 2021

Lately, life has become more stressful than usual. I feel it and I imagine you feel it too. There’s more fear, more disruption, more restrictions. All of this adds to our mental stress and wears us down. But pressures and mental stresses aren’t the only stressors on the body. Here is a list of many … Read more

What can you do naturally for Shingles?

By Brenda Rogers / 15 Nov 2021

According to Wikipedia, Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral disease characterised by a painful skin rash with blisters in a localised area.  Two to four days before the rash occurs there may be tingling or local pain in the area. Otherwise, there are typically few symptoms though some patients may have fever or headache, or feel tired. The … Read more

A Nourishing Liver Detox

By Brenda Rogers / 23 Aug 2021

Rejuvenate your Liver & Energy Plan A detox is in order if you find that you are using coffee or sugar to mask your fatigue, alcohol to help deal with stress or over the counter pills to deal with headaches.  When we work to reduce the load on the liver and at the same time aid the … Read more

Why is my Memory so BAD?

By Brenda Rogers / 16 Aug 2021

Be curious about your memory struggles and work your way through the possible causes and you will improve your memory and have a better life!

The Striking Resemblance Between Post Menopause & Post Covid

By Brenda Rogers / 02 Aug 2021

While we’re not quite at post Covid yet, it may be helpful to you to see the parallels between Covid and menopause so you have hope for making it through both, healthy and sane! What are Peri-Menopause & Post Menopause? Firstly, let’s have a look at some definitions… Perimenopause is the process of change leading up … Read more

My Top 8 Tips for Coping with Lockdown

By Brenda Rogers / 19 Jul 2021

Here are some of my philosophical and practical ruminations on coping with the lockdown. Remember, too shall pass… 1. Eating well & using cooking as a hobbyI’m spending more time in the kitchen rather than watching TV. Eating well is WAY cheaper if you make things yourself so in the last few weeks I’ve researched recipes … Read more

7 Reasons your Peri-Menopausal Symptoms could be your Thyroid

By Brenda Rogers / 05 Jul 2021

Natural medicine doctor and hormone guru, Lara Briden says the thyroid is our canary in the coal mine. If your thyroid is struggling—other tissues are struggling too. So, it’s worthwhile having a conversation about your thyroid especially if weight gain has been troubling you and you have low mood, constipation or high cholesterol – all signs … Read more

3 Reasons you’re Anxious at Menopause

By Brenda Rogers / 07 Jun 2021

Do you wake up and, as soon as you’re conscious, the dreaded knot in your stomach returns? Do the smallest things make you nervous? Are you struggling to make decisions on things that used to not phase you? You’re not alone Feeling overwhelmed and anxious in your late 40s and 50s is extremely common and … Read more

Homemade Chocolate Joy!

By Brenda Rogers / 31 May 2021

You probably recognise commercial chocolate. It’s what many of us grew up eating as a treat and what we see in supermarkets worldwide. This low-cost chocolate is produced and distributed on a mass scale and is made with cheaper ingredients and cheaper production processes. Hazel Boydell in her article in The Perfect Daily Grind, Take … Read more

Highlights from the Wise Woman’s Gathering

By Brenda Rogers / 24 May 2021

The annual Wise Woman’s Gathering is an awesome outdoor conference and multi-generational retreat. The topics of the conference cover Earth medicines of all kind including energy medicine, herbal medicine and food, along with women’s mysteries, community building and ancient traditions. I attend because it expands my knowledge into the realms of ancient women’s mysteries plus … Read more

Menopause and vaginal dryness

By Brenda Rogers / 26 Apr 2021

Mongolian Seabuckthorn Oil At a recent Menopause seminar I learned about Mongolian Seabuckthorn oil which is a source of essential fatty acids that have an affinity for the mucous membranes. It has been shown to be helpful in menopausal women so I thought I’d share some details with you… Amongst all the many benefits of … Read more

Blood sugar problems (in people of Indian descent)

By Brenda Rogers / 22 Apr 2021

India is the diabetes capital of the world! In 2019 there was an estimated 72.96 million cases of diabetes in adult population of India (Source) .The high numbers are mainly due to genes and environmental and lifestyle changes, like urbanisation and a sedentary lifestyle. But the most significant cause is the modern, processed diet. History of the … Read more

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