Shavari Bars – Shatavari Menopause
How can Shatavari help you with menopause?
Menopause is not a disorder or disease as such. It is rather natural. However, it still brings about several profound changes in the body of a woman. If you have not had a period for the past year it is confirmed that you have reached your menopause. The most common symptoms of menopause that a woman may go through, however, appear before the one-year period comes to a close.
Problems In Learning and Focusing
Shrinking of Breasts
Thinning or Loss of Hair
A Buildup Of Fat in Your Abdominal Area
At times, menopause can also contribute to complications such as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, urinary incontinence, and even breast cancer, to name a few.
What should you be doing now?
Indeed, you cannot cure the condition as there is none. However, at the very least, you should be able to control the symptoms and be in a better position to deal with the aforementioned symptoms.
How can our Shavari Bars help?
There are several ways in which our product Shavari granola bar can help you with menopause. It contains Shatavari, known in Ayurveda as the queen of herbs. The root of Shatavari contains phytoestrogen. This is the precursor of estrogen. It helps regulate estrogen in your skin as well as the ovaries. During menopause, your estrogen levels go down and this is where Shatavari supports you to such an extent. It has also been found to be helpful at the time of perimenopause. It also helps with symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, night sweating, and mood issues.
Why is it easy to use Shavari granola bars than any other alternatives for menopause?
Our Shavari granola bars are different from any other Shatavari products that you normally get in the market these days. Shatavari is mainly sold as capsules or granules in the market. The problem with most granules is that these products are made up of 80 % sugar which can be quite detrimental for the health. In the case of capsules, you can have certain compliance issues as they have to be taken multiple times and is not easy to remember. However, our granola bars do not have any such issue. It contains black raisins, almonds, oats and sweetened cocoa that makes the bar tasty and healthy. It contains essential antioxidants, vitamins and micronutrients that are phenomenal for helping a woman during her menopause. It also helps that you can carry them around easily.
A few words on us
Herbal plants such as Shatavari have been used in Ayurvedic therapy for eons. This has happened because of the active nutrients of these herbs.
When you consume herbs such as Shatavari you get plenty of benefits. This includes components such as anti-inflammatory, nutritional, and antioxidant properties. Normally, these herbs are not palatable at all. At the same time, they are not presentable. They are either sour or bitter. In other cases, when they are sold in an artificial form they are full of sugar. This means that they are full of empty calories. We at ACT are a company that has been created with a belief that such products need to be palatable and convenient. At the same time, they should be healthy as well.
We at ACT are always trying to make sure that herbs like Shatavari do not lose their natural active ingredients just so that they can be palatable. This is the reason why we have come up with a product line that is as innovative as it gets. This way we make sure that all the goodness of the original herb is retained. Yet we also make sure that they are presented in a convenient, scientific, and tasty manner. We are led by the director, Dr. Amita Birla. She is a qualified paediatrician. Our journey was started back in 2013 and ever since we have continued to get better.
Can Shatavari help in PCOS?
PCOS It is found in around 70% of women who have ovulation difficulties leading to subfertility. Shatavari is suggested to correct the hormonal influence and enhance follicular maturity.
Is (Shavari Bars) Shatavari good for menopause?
Shatavari root contains phytoestrogen which is the precursor of estrogen, helping to regulate estrogen from the ovaries and the skin. In menopause, it supports the decreasing estrogen level. It is found to be beneficial during perimenopause and menopause for hot flushes, night sweating, vaginal dryness, and mood.
Do the doctors recommend Shavari for menopause?
It is found to have a beneficial effects and is thus suggested as supportive therapy.