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Ah, menopause. The time of life when you feel like your mind is racing, your body is changing rapidly, and everyone seems to be talking all at once. 

Menopause can be a challenging time, but it’s also a natural transition of life. While there may be some unexpected changes, it is important to remember that you are not alone.

Menopause 101

This is it. Your body has been slowing down its oestrogen and progesterone production for a few years, and now the time has come for your ovaries to take their well-deserved retirement package. 

The Collagen Link

Your body has been decreasing its collagen production since your late 20s, and with oestrogen and progesterone out of the picture, collagen production doesn’t happen at the same speed as it used to. This is because oestrogen plays an important role in collagen production. With this transition comes hormonal changes, causing a whole range of symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and even changes to your skin and bones (Coleman, 2022). 

Rest assured that ageing is a blessing. There is beauty and strength in every phase of your life, even though it doesn’t always feel like that. 

The Good News 

Even though you’ve been losing collagen, it doesn't mean that it can’t be replaced. Supplementing with Motherkind OceaGlow Marine Collagen has so many benefits that can alleviate your menopause symptoms:

    • Reduced wrinkles and fine lines: Collagen helps to keep your skin looking young and plump by filling in wrinkles and fine lines.
    • Improved skin elasticity: Collagen also helps to improve skin elasticity, which can help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
    • Stronger bones: Collagen helps to keep your bones strong by helping to produce new bone cells. This is important for menopausal women, who experience an increased risk of developing osteoporosis.
    • More flexible muscles: Collagen helps to keep your muscles flexible and reduces the risk of injuries.
    • Healthier joints: Collagen helps to keep your joints healthy by reducing inflammation and lubricating the cartilage.
  • Improved gut health: Collagen’s high anti-inflammatory amino acid content helps soothe the digestive lining, and supports its overall structure and function.
  • Improved quality of sleep and energy levels: Collagen contains glycine, an amino acid that helps you unwind, relax and fall asleep more easily.
  • (Coleman, 2022)

    Works CitedColeman, Olivia. “Collagen for perimenopause: trend or truth?” KolloHealth, 23 November 2022, Accessed 18 October 2023.Coleman, Olivia. “Collagen Supplements and Menopause.” KolloHealth, 15 November 2022, Accessed 18 October 2023.

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