By Patti B. Geil, Lea Ann Holzmeister
In this new version, diabetes specialists Patti Geil and Lea Ann Holzmeister offer convenient tips about meal making plans, common food, handling medicine and nutrition, procuring and cooking, weight reduction, and more.
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During reproductive phase female sex hormone secretion underlies dramatic cyclic fluctuations. Menopausal transition is characterized by marked endocrine changes which are mainly induced by central neuroendocrine changes and changes within the ovary. The reduction of ovarian follicles during perimenopause results in declining levels of inhibin B, a dimeric protein, and a rise of FSH and LH levels. During perimenopause estradiol levels remain relatively unchanged presumably in response to the elevated FSH levels [6, 7].
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101 Tips on Nutrition for People with Diabetes (2nd Edition) by Patti B. Geil, Lea Ann Holzmeister