Hi there!


According to an older analysis of women’s life in rural
Greece; reportedly they suffered fewer menopausal
symptoms than women in other western countries.

Also they held a more positive frame of mind regarding ageing.


We all want to have energy and enthusiasm to enjoy our life.
We all want a high degree of individual freedom.
Although a small percentage of the level of our health
depends on heredity, good and balanced nutrition is the
foundation of Optimal Health.


There are lots of recommendations which describe the
benefits of super foods; but it is very hard and confusing
for any woman to decide which foods are the most
suitable for her.


After researching the subject of nutrition in detail,
I have concluded that the following — easy to find and
incorporate in our diets,  foods and nutrients — are the
most suitable for women in middle age and above.



Greek Rural Native


Vital Foods


1)   Soy Milk  :  With its high content of phytoestrogens
it can help make up part of the difference between
lost and circulating hormones in our bodies.


2)   Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts  :
Eating them regularly for their anti-cancer properties.


3)   Brazil Nuts  :  Eating them for their selenium
content, which is a powerful anti-oxidant.


4)   Garlic  Eating a clove of garlic daily for
heart and cancer protection.


5)   Shiitake Mushrooms  :  Eating them for their
immune-enhancing properties.


6)   Extra Virgin Olive Oil  :  Using a couple of tablespoons
daily for heart and blood sugar protection.


7)   Wild Salmon  :  Because its high concentration in
Omega 3 oils helps maintain heart health.


8)   Tomatoes, Watermelon  :  Eating them for their
lycopene content, an anti-cancer phytochemical.


9)   Sheep’s / Goat’s Yogurt  :  For their probiotic content, the
benefitial friendly bacteria.


10)  Blueberries, Blackberries  :  Eating them for their
anti-oxidant properties.


11)  Beans  :  Eating them regularly for their soluble
fibre and their anti-cancer properties.



Bowl Of Nuts

Bowl Of Nuts

Vital Nutrients


1) Bone Support:


a)  Calcium           (sesame seeds, almonds, brazils, flax seeds, dried herbs)
b)  Magnesium    (rice & oat bran, dried herbs, seeds, nuts)
c)  Vitamin K       (asparagus, broccoli, lettuce, cucumber, spring onions, brussel sprouts)
d)  Vitamin D       (wild salmon, egg, beef liver)
e)  Zinc                  (liver, lamb, peanuts, pumpkin seeds)


2) Stress Handling & Cell Reproduction:


Vitamin B complex   (liver, meats, fish, eggs, nuts, whole grains, beans, fruits)


We are in control of our health and responsible for our bodies.




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