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Poor digestion Impaired digestion is not a natural consequence of menopause but the fact that the body is under a degree of stress caused by the change can have a negative influence on how well we digest our food.
Impaired digestion can point to gallbladder disease, use of artificial sweeteners; food allergies or intolerances; and an opportunity to increase fiber, magnesium, vitamin C, and hydration.
When the digestive system is not functioning optimally, the results of impaired digestion manifest in multiple organs and symptoms within the body and are therefore not limited to disorders of the digestive system.