Weight loss before and during menopause

Weight management can become more challenging for women as they go through menopause and even way before that! If ageing and hormonal changes seem to be working against you, we’ve got a little secret to share… 


Weight gain during this period of life can be prevented, and weight loss is completely possible with some lifestyle changes. Plus, we’ve got a great product for alleviating menopausal symptoms to get you started and help you control your weight. 

How menopause affects your weight

When women haven’t had a menstrual cycle for 12 months, they are officially in menopause. But the body goes through major hormonal changes even before that during a period called perimenopause which can start up to 10 years prior to menopause. 

In both cases, there is a drop in reproductive hormones. Decreasing levels of oestrogen are especially troubling as this hormone controls not only your reproductive health but also your metabolism, mood, and even where your body stores fat. Typically, fat storage shifts to the tummy area, giving you an apple-shaped silhouette. 

The combination of hormonal changes and the natural process of ageing results in loss of muscle mass, leading to fewer calories burned and weight gain. And this is before the impact other (peri)menopausal symptoms have on the body. 

If you’re experiencing new challenges with your weight, MenoPause Slimming Support can help you achieve the physique you want by taking your hormonal profile into consideration!

How (peri)menopausal symptoms influence weight gain 

Menopause can bring about a range of symptoms that also contribute to weight gain. Some of the most common ones are: 

  • Sleep problems 
  • Night sweats 
  • Mood swings 
  • Slow metabolism 

The truth is all these symptoms can cause weight gain on their own. Night sweats take a toll on your body during the night, and you may not get enough sleep – on top of the little sleep you’re getting. But did you know that only one extra hour of quality sleep is linked to eating 270 fewer calories a day?** 

Due to hormonal changes, you’re most likely also experiencing mood swings, and we’re sure we don’t have to tell you that when you’re tired and irritable, you generally have some pretty bad cravings and make not-so-healthy food choices. 

It’s important for women to be aware of these changes and work towards managing these symptoms and maintaining a healthy weight. Allow us to give you a helping hand through the ups and downs of (peri)menopause, so you can feel more like yourself again and manage your weight at the same time. 

MenoPause Slimming Support addresses these symptoms and alleviates your discomfort while supporting your weight-loss journey. 

Protects your body’s balance!

Adopting a healthy, well-balanced diet and engaging in regular physical activity can effectively manage menopausal symptoms, sustain lean muscle, maintain a healthy metabolism, prevent weight gain, and support weight loss during this stage of life. 

We recommend additional support using high-quality supplements like MenoPause Slimming Support. The multi-symptom relief helps you have a more comfortable (peri)menopausal stage by: 

  • reducing perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms by 2*x; 
  • boosting digestion; 
  • improving sleep;
  • Reducing hot flashes and night sweats**; and
  • supporting weight control.

Choose MenoPause Slimming Support for a slimmer waist and more confidence – now at a special price! 

*Disclaimer: The effects of the product may vary between individuals and could differ from those described on the website. 


  1. Chai, Carmen, et al. “Can Sleeping More Help You Lose Weight?” EverydayHealth.com, 9 Feb. 2022, https://www.everydayhealth.com/weight/sleeping-extra-hour-linked-to-eating-fewer-daily-calories-study-shows/#:~:text=To%20be%20more%20successful%20when,per%20day%20without%20even%20trying.

  2. Heyerick, Arne, et al. “A First Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study on the Use of a Standardized Hop Extract to Alleviate Menopausal Discomforts.” Maturitas, vol. 54, no. 2, 2006, pp. 164–175., https://www.maturitas.org/article/S0378-5122(05)00282-3/fulltext