Wellbeing Boosters

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Lifestyle factors such as regular exercise, a balanced diet, stress management, and adequate sleep play a crucial role in managing menopause symptoms. I also chose to supplement my diet to help alleviate my symptoms and support my health. Here are a few of my favourite wellbeing boosters:*


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Protein Shakes

The decline in estrogen during the menopause is linked with decreased muscle mass; women are encouraged to eat more protein at this stage of life. Vegan protein shakes from Plantogen are delicious (the chocolate flavour is divine) and include adaptogens, vitamins and minerals. Plantogen Perform is a tasty and easy way to boost your protein intake.

Plantogen bag

Focus + Function Capsules


Brain fog refers to a feeling of clouded thinking, difficulty concentrating, memory problems, and reduced mental clarity. While brain fog can occur for various reasons, it is commonly reported by women going through menopause. If, like me, you’ve given up coffee and struggle with brain fog, Focus + Function capsules offer a calming buzz without the crash.

To learn more about this friendly and transparent brand click here.


Bowl with yoghurt

If you struggle to take tablets, Bimuno is the answer. Bimuno is a taste-free soluble powder which can be mixed into any food or drink. It’s a 4-in-1 supplement containing 100% of your daily intake of vitamin C, D3 and zinc. It’s also high in fibre and supports the immune system. I’m a huge fan of this portable wellbeing booster. I love that it contains bone-protective vitamin D3. The menopause is associated with a decline in estrogen levels, which can lead to a loss of bone density and an increased risk of osteoporosis. Vitamin D3 plays a vital role in calcium absorption and bone metabolism. Learn more here.

Bowl with yoghurt and nuts


Spray and books

Since hitting the perimenopause, boosting my magnesium levels has been a non-negotiable. I suffer from annoying muscle cramps when I’m lacking this essential mineral.

Fridaysglow Herbal Magnesium Oil is applied directly to the body, delivering the magnesium effectively and swiftly. It is delicately and beautifully fragranced, making it the perfect bedside companion. To learn more click here. Get 10% off with discount code CHARLOTTE10. (Non affiliate).

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Spoon in glass

Have you heard of olive leaf? This lesser known part of the olive tree is highly nutritious and can be beneficial during the menopause. Olive leaves contain a variety of compounds, including oleuropein, a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. I love that it boosts my immunity.



Comvita Olive Life is available in both tablet and liquid form, I’ve been finding it to be a super easy and accessible way of boosting my everyday wellness routine. To learn more click here.

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Cheerful Buddha

Cacao bliss

Cacao Bliss is a creamy, rich and warming drink. Enriched with a range of superfoods including Ashwagandha Root Powder and Lion’s Mane Mushroom Extract, it’s the perfect bedtime drink with benefits. Ashwagandha has hormone-regulating effects, which can help balance estrogen and progesterone levels during the menopause. Click here to learn more.

Do you have any tried and tested wellbeing boosters? I’d love to hear your recommendations.

Thank you for stopping by.

Stay well.

Much love

Charlotte x

Read more about menopause supporting supplements and CBD click here.

*It’s important to remember that while some women may find relief with supplements and wellbeing boosters, others may not. Each person’s experience with menopause is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. Lifestyle factors such as regular exercise, a balanced diet, stress management, and adequate sleep also play a crucial role in managing menopause symptoms.

It is always best to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any new supplement. A mix of purchased, pr and previously paid. I have worked with Comvita, Fridaysglow, Bimuno and Plantogen in the past - although this post is not an ad.

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