• Special formulation with over 20 vitamins and minerals and a low dose of soy isoflavones.
  • Intended for women in menopause and after menopause. The 85% efficiency in the elimination of physical and psychological symptoms of menopause.

Nutrition balance during and after menopause

Women are increasingly trying to maintain good health during menopause in the natural way. Menopace® is a comprehensive formula that consists of 21 nutrients and can be used independently or combined with hormone therapy (HRT).

Help in regulation of hormonal activity

During the menopause, ovaries in females produce fewer female sex hormones, estrogen and progesterone. Therefore, Menopace® also contains vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.

Help in maintaining good health during menopause

Menopace® contains vitamin B12, as well as thiamine (vitamin B1), which contribute to normal functioning of nervous system. It also contains moderate amounts of natural soy isoflavones, i.e. provides isoflavones Daidzein, Glicitein and Genistein.

Collagen Synthesis

Estrogen has a stimulating effect on collagen synthesis, a substance participating in bone construction and making the skin more supple and taut. After menopause, along with the decrease in estrogen levels, collagen production is also decreased. Menopace® contains vitamin C, which contributes to normal collagen synthesis, and thus the normal formation and appearance of skin cartilage, bone, and blood vessels.

Minerals for healthy bones

Preservation of bone is particularly important for women in menopause and after it. Menopace® provides the necessary amounts of magnesium, zinc and vitamin D3, which contribute to preservation of the bones. Vitamin D also affects absorption and usability of calcium from food. Menopace® may be used along with Osteocare®.

Nutrients for a healthy heart

Decreased levels of estrogen are considered to negatively affect cardio-vascular system of women in the later years. As mentioned above, Menopace® contains thiamine (vitamin B1), which contributes to normal heart function. On the other hand, folic acid, vitamins B12 and B6 contribute to lowering the levels of homocysteine, what is significant for the health of cardio-vascular system.

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