Great superfoods for menopausal women


Superfoods are generally good for your health overall and especially so during menopause.

During menopause, your oestrogen levels begin to fall which can reduce your metabolism and cause weight gain. These changes may also affect your cholesterol levels and how your body digests carbs.

Daily superfood green smoothies and fresh berries will help strengthen the body through a concentrated vitamin, mineral, amino acid, and enzyme boost.

Vegetables and fruits such as:

  • Kale
  • Wheatgrass
  • Bananas
  • Pomegranate,

contain plenty of the seven vital B vitamins needed.

Phytoestrogen foods are great for improving low oestrogen symptoms such as night sweats. They naturally increase oestrogen levels and help some of the symptoms of menopause. Examples include:

  • Carrots
  • Garlic
  • Legumes
  • Berries
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli

Our organic wheatgrass juice is a whole food, packed with vitamins, enzymes and amino acid, so by drinking it you will not only be providing your body with a boost but also help to keep your feeling fuller for longer. 

To order yours simply visit our shop today, with our 110% health guarantee* you have nothing to lose and everything to gain


*We are so confident that you WILL feel the benefits of our juices that we will give you 110% refund on your first one month order if you don’t feel the benefits after one month!

Your health guarantee applies to one month order only. In the rare circumstances that you do not experience any health benefits from our product, your refund claim must be received by Livewheatgrass Ltd. no more than 2 months after the shipment date of the order in question. We do not apply a health guarantee for dislike of the taste of our products.

Please note, as per 1st January 2010 European and UK law forbid us to imply or claim non-drug products to be a treatment, cure or prevention of diseases or medical conditions. We comply with these regulations. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by Trading Standards, the US Food and Drug Administration or any other regulatory body.