Menopause Hub

We are passionate about supporting women to thrive through life, including menopause. Our expert team provide resources on what happens before, during and after menopause to support women through all stages of menopause, and how employers and society can support.

Starting the conversation about menopause

Menopause affects every family in the world and it can no longer be a taboo subject. Whilst not everyone is comfortable talking about personal experiences of menopause, it is important for women to know they can talk about it without being judged or shamed and ultimately be given the opportunity to speak.

Hear seven women #BreakTheTaboo on menopause in our 'Menopause Roundtable'. The conversation includes their menopause symptoms and the impact it has on their daily lives at home and work. 

Understanding menopause

Menopause is complex and it affects every women differently. While there are more than 20 common symptoms of menopause, there are over 100 official symptoms associated with peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause.

Many women believe the menopause is something that affects them in the mid-late 40s, but hormonal changes marking the beginning of the menopause can start years before. In fact, it is not uncommon for these changes to start in your late 30s or a decade before your actual menopause.


Menopause Symptoms

Some symptoms of menopause affect 70% of women, others affect 10% of women. While some women will sail through menopause with no symptoms at all, the majority of women will experience a variety of symptoms, and the impact of these symptoms on physical and mental health can be devastating on lives, relationships and jobs.  


Diet and menopause

Our diet is the foundation of our health and wellbeing and it is even more important when going through menopause. What we eat and avoid can have a significant impact on menopause symptoms. 

Our expert nutritionists explain the best foods to reach for and avoid during menopause to manage symptoms. 


Perimenopause supplements

PeriMenoFriend® is an advanced plant-based supplement with 22 clinically tested botanicals, phytoestrogens, vitamins and minerals specially formulated to naturally regulate hormones and relieve symptoms of perimenopause, including brain fog, mood swings, hot flushes and night sweats, poor sleep, joint aches, bloating, and weight gain.

Menopause supplements

MenoFriend® is an award-winning, natural remedy for relieving menopause symptoms. MenoFriend® is also a natural alternative to HRT, and can be taken alongside HRT to relieve symptoms where HRT doesn't. An acclaimed plant-based formula including Wild Yam, Dong Quai, Red Clover (providing isoflavones), Maca Root and B-Vitamins, MenoFriend® naturally regulates your hormones to relieve symptoms of menopause, supporting a better mood, sleep, energy and joints every day.

89% of MenoFriend® users enjoy relief from all or some of their symptoms. 

MenoFriend® is available for workplaces, to enquire about prices and quantities please email

Navigating the menopause

Navigating the menopause and its impact on your health and wellbeing can be tricky. Our expert team provides insights into how menopause can impact your health and wellbeing so you can thrive through the menopause.


The impact of menopause

In January 2022 we conducted research of over 1,500 women going through menopause, the first study of its kind, reveals just how significantly gut health changes during perimenopause and menopause.

The results highlight the common and worst symptoms of menopause, the impact on mental, physical and gut health, the impact on diet and how effective MenoFriend® is in comparison to HRT.

"It reveals invaluable data on gut health and menopause, and highlights the importance of women investing in their diet at this time." -Dr Katie Hodgkinson.

Read the latest research:

Writing a menopause policy

It's important for all employees to feel safe, valued and respected. In some countries there is a stigma surrounding menopause, it is therefore even more important that companies are explicit about supporting employees and there is a clear and accessible pathway to seek help.

In our menopause research, only 10% believed that employers provide enough support for women going through menopause, and just 30% believed employers are understanding of how menopause affects them at work.

Resources to help write a menopause policy: