“Good healthy fats are essential menopause foods. You need them for hormone production, absorption of fat soluble vitamins, and keeping blood sugar stable, filling you up so you are not hungry between meals,” she said.
The expert recommended adding foods like coconut oil, olive oil, grass fed butter, avocado, nuts, seeds and oily fish to a diet plan.
Protein is also crucial for a healthy, balanced diet, as it promises muscle growth and has a high satiety level.
Nicki advised to opt for good quality meat, fish, eggs, dairy, beans, lentils, chickpeas, quinoa, nuts, and seeds to get daily protein.