People can get magnesium from food but supplements may help reduce common symptoms of menopause, such as difficulty sleeping, depression, anxiety, and heart disease risk.
“Don’t cut calories because that will not help at all. We need to fool the body into thinking that there’s plenty of food available,” she added.
“You’re looking at a really good high protein diet, cut the carbs down as well because they tend to rev everything up. And loads of veg, a little bit of fruit, nuts and seeds, so have a really good healthy diet.”