Womens Nutrition

A good diet and balanced nutrition can help your body in many different ways.  It's important to recognize that due to physical variations, men and women have different dietary needs. For example, hormonal changes associated with menstruation, childbearing, and menopause mean that women have a higher risk of anemia, osteoporosis, and various nutritional deficiencies. To maintain healthy bones and avoid anaemia, it is crucial for women to consume meals high in calcium, vitamin D, B vitamins, and iron. Due to ageing and parenting, women also have a tendency to lose more lean muscle mass over time. As a result, you should incorporate frequent exercise into your schedule, including high-intensity workouts and/or weight training.


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