Slimming Sprinkles announces a comprehensive new online platform created specifically for women who are perimenopausal, menopausal or postmenopausal – and living through a period of significant hormonal and bodily upheaval. Slimming Sprinkles has been designed to offer menopausal women–who the site’s founder Chris Munch believes are often neglected in primary healthcare settings–accurate and well-researched information.
More details can be found at https://slimmingsprinkles.com/
The new site focuses on delivering information that can help women understand the transformations that are taking place in their body, and develop strategies to maintain a sense of wellness, happiness and vitality as these changes take place.
When asked about the motivation for launching the new Slimming Sprinkles website, Chris Munch cited several worldwide studies which indicated that women both had poor knowledge of menopause and had received little to no formal education on its impacts upon the body. Munch also explained that, due to an aging population, by 2030, the population of menopausal and postmenopausal women is projected to increase to 1.2 billion, with 47 million new entrants each year.
As the new Slimming Sprinkles website explains, menopause is a phase of life that spans many years, with most women experiencing the first symptoms of menopause–on average–six to ten years before their final menstrual period. As such, given both its prevalence, its duration, and the profound changes it makes to a woman’s body, Munch believes Slimming Sprinkles can be a user-friendly and accessible source of information about menopause for the many women who often feel they are facing this transition alone.
More information on the company behind the new Slimming Sprinkles website can be accessed at https://www.linkedin.com/company/slimming-sprinkles
The new website is currently growing the resources it has available to perimenopausal, menopausal and postmenopausal women. Its current posts focus primarily on everyday foods–like green tea, garlic, ginger, chia seeds and blueberries–that can help women manage their blood sugar and balance their hormones during this period of hormonal upheaval.
In developing their informational posts, Slimming Sprinkles references work done by recognized institutions like the Mayo Clinic and peer-reviewed studies published on the National Institutes of Health and the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
Chris Munch said of the new Slimming Sprinkles platform, “Our uniqueness lies in our specialization–we cater specifically to menopausal women, a demographic often overlooked in mainstream health content. We take pride in our approach, grounding our content in scientific evidence, pulling from reputable studies, and filtering out potential biases–both in the research and commercial realms. It’s important to educate women about healthy menopause management since menopause is a very transformative period in a woman’s life.”
Interested readers can find out more at https://twitter.com/slimsprinkles
15 Harwood Road
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Daily Scotland News journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.