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Latest Research Shows that Green Tea and Pomegranate are Helpful in Losing Weight after Menopause, according to Dr. Ershadi
Date:5/6/2010

Dr. Ershadi, an expert in the area of treating menopause-related symptoms, believes that with the help of an herbal menopause treatment it is possible to lose weight once menopause is over. Some natural ingredients, such as green tea and pomegranate are proven to be helpful in losing weight gained during menopause.

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 6, 2010 -- Dr. Ershadi, an expert in the area of treating menopause-related symptoms, believes that with the help of an herbal menopause treatment it is possible to lose weight once menopause is over. Some natural ingredients, such as green tea and pomegranate, are proven to be helpful in losing weight gained during menopause. Weight gain is a common side effect of menopause, and one that most women would rather avoid. This is bound to be welcome news to women who are currently experiencing menopause, who are nearing menopausal age or who have completed menopause but are still dealing with a few stubborn extra pounds.

Preventing Weight Gain during Menopause: Is It Possible?

Since weight gain is something that many women grapple with when going through menopause, it’s easy to assume that it’s just something that has to be endured. Dr. Ershadi believes that the right natural menopause treatment can dramatically reduce the chances of that happening. For many years now, Dr. Ershadi has been investigating the effects of various natural remedies for menopause. The underlying goal behind that research has been to find pure, natural ways for women to avoid the very worst menopause symptoms – and weight gain is definitely one of them.

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