Nutraceuticals can range from isolated nutrients, dietary supplements, and specific diets to genetically engineered foods, herbal products, and processed foods such as cereals, soups, and beverages. They are often marketed as being capable of preventing chronic diseases, improving health, delaying the aging process, and increasing life expectancy.

What can Nutraceuticals treat?

Nutraceuticals can help manage some symptoms of menopause and perimenopause, including:
Hot Flashes
Night Sweats
Bone Health
Heart Health
Mood Swings

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Types of Neutraceuticals

  • Dietary Supplements

Products taken by mouth that contain a "dietary ingredient" intended to supplement the diet. Dietary ingredients include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and herbs or botanicals, as well as other substances.

  • Functional Foods

Foods that contain potentially healthful additives, like probiotics, prebiotics, or plant stanols and sterols.

  • Medicinal Foods

Foods that are specially formulated and intended for dietary management of a disease or condition that has distinctive nutritional needs that can't be met by a normal diet alone.

Nutraceuticals in Medicine