My Journey Into Menopause

I started perimenopause in 2003 shortly after the birth of my daughter. I was 37 years old. My monthly periods, herein after referred to as Aunt Flo, became a bit sporadic after childbirth. Aunt Flo showed up when she wanted, which was about every three months. I attributed the missed visits to stress, but that's another story for another blog. Truthfully, I was thankful - no more trips to the store for those little white things with wings and...

Facts and Benefits You Should Know About This Medical Supplement

When one thinks of colostrum, they generally think of pregnancy milk or breastfeeding. Colostrum, also known as "beestings", "bisnings" or "first milk" (sometimes "baby's first milk") is the milk produced from the mammary glands during pregnancy and after delivery. Colostrum is generated in all mammals, but is most commonly produced by humans. As a nutritional supplement, colostrum is used by adults as a way to support a healthy immune system...