Lorraine Miano

Lorraine Miano

Health & Hormone Coach, US

Lorraine Miano discovered her passion of offering menopause advocacy, support and resources to women in all phases of menopause through health coaching, proper nutrition and preventive lifestyle choices.

She received her certifications as a Health Coach and hormone health expert from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

She has been able to help even more women by writing and publishing her first book, The Magic of Menopause: A Holistic Guide to Get Your Happy Back!

The book helps guide women through the struggles they face as they begin menopause and helps tackle the daily changes such as balancing hormones holistically, getting a better night’s sleep and reducing or eliminating hot flashes, to name a few. Lorraine loves to encourage her clients with her mantra “Menopause is NOT and ending! IT IS a new beginning!”

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Fall is officially here!
We tend to have slower days this season, which is welcomed after a busy summer. 
More leisurely days can lead to falling off track with your healthy habits, but not if you stay mindful of the goals you've been working on all summer long.
Here are a few of my simple & favorite tweaks to stay on track during the Fall season:

Spice up your life
A few dashes of your favorite spicy toppings can do wonders for your
metabolism. Eat more hot peppers or sprinkle red pepper flakes onto your foods to help boost your metabolism almost effortlessly. Add it to soups, stir-fry, pasta, or even your salad too.

Skip the diets: THEY DON'T WORK.
The best thing you can do is actually eat more of the right food. Fiber-rich
fruits and veggies can be gobbled down until you feel that satisfied feeling
with no guilt involved. Make smart choices when you’re eating, and you’ll be
fueling your body with the right stuff and balancing a healthy metabolism.

Power up with protein
Protein powers and maintains lean muscle. You don’t need to be a meat-eater
though to get all the protein you need. Plant-based proteins are an ideal
solution to helping your muscles maintain and burn off fat in a healthy way.

Stand more
If you have a job that requires a lot of sitting, make sure you get up and move
around at least once every hour. If possible, get a standing desk that adjusts
so you can work standing up or sitting down, or a DeskCycle that you can use
while you're sitting.

Choose organic
If money is a factor in your grocery budget, you can choose organic when it
comes to things like strawberries, apples, celery, peaches, spinach, other
greens, and potatoes. These have the highest pesticide levels...endocrine distruptors! Things you peel like bananas, avocados, or grapefruit, for example, are generally fine if
they’re non-organic.

These are all healthy and smart ways to make your body
work harder for you without you working harder. 
A great step toward finding hormone balance and a MAGICAL MENOPAUSE.

#themagicofmenopause #perimenopause #menopause #womenshealth #menopauseblogger #author #brandambassador #hormonebalance #the2ndtalk #LorraineMiano
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Fall is officially here! We tend to have slower days this season, which is welcomed after a busy summer. More leisurely days can lead to falling off track with your healthy habits, but not if you stay mindful of the goals you've been working on all summer long. Here are a few of my simple & favorite tweaks to stay on track during the Fall season: Spice up your life A few dashes of your favorite spicy toppings can do wonders for your metabolism. Eat more hot peppers or sprinkle red pepper flakes onto your foods to help boost your metabolism almost effortlessly. Add it to soups, stir-fry, pasta, or even your salad too. Skip the diets: THEY DON'T WORK. The best thing you can do is actually eat more of the right food. Fiber-rich fruits and veggies can be gobbled down until you feel that satisfied feeling with no guilt involved. Make smart choices when you’re eating, and you’ll be fueling your body with the right stuff and balancing a healthy metabolism. Power up with protein Protein powers and maintains lean muscle. You don’t need to be a meat-eater though to get all the protein you need. Plant-based proteins are an ideal solution to helping your muscles maintain and burn off fat in a healthy way. Stand more If you have a job that requires a lot of sitting, make sure you get up and move around at least once every hour. If possible, get a standing desk that adjusts so you can work standing up or sitting down, or a DeskCycle that you can use while you're sitting. Choose organic If money is a factor in your grocery budget, you can choose organic when it comes to things like strawberries, apples, celery, peaches, spinach, other greens, and potatoes. These have the highest pesticide levels...endocrine distruptors! Things you peel like bananas, avocados, or grapefruit, for example, are generally fine if they’re non-organic. These are all healthy and smart ways to make your body work harder for you without you working harder. A great step toward finding hormone balance and a MAGICAL MENOPAUSE. #themagicofmenopause #perimenopause #menopause #womenshealth #menopauseblogger #author #brandambassador #hormonebalance #the2ndtalk #LorraineMiano @katecherryphotography
Today is officially the First Day of Fall!
Once those temperatures start to ease down most people rush off to grab their first Pumpkin Spice Latte of the season.Warm beverages are fantastic during the colder months, but many of these warm drinks can pack a ton of sugar in one cup.
 Luckily, there are loads of healthy and immune-boosting warm drinks you
can enjoy instead. Here are a few of my favorites...Coming in HOT!

Fresh ginger tea is wonderful for tummy troubles, but also great for
reducing inflammation. Slice a small piece of fresh ginger root and add it to
your cup. Pour boiling water over it and voila -- you have ginger tea!

Fresh mint tea works as an outstanding way to clear your palate, aid digestion, and helps you feel full after a meal. You’ll be less prone to snacking when you end your meal with a cup of fresh mint tea.

Homemade hot chocolate is tempting when the winds start to get a bit blustery.You may want to pop into your favorite café for an indulgence. Save one for a special treat and instead, make your own hot chocolate at home. Use unsweetened cocoa powder with warmed almond milk. You can sweeten it with just a hint of stevia if you prefer.

A nice, aromatic cup of Organic coffee will surely perk you up. If you want your healthiest cup, keep it free and clear of refined sugar and cream. If caffeine triggers hot flashes or anxiety, go for a good organic decaf blend. There are wonderful coffee alternatives as well!
Green tea has loads of antioxidants. Buy an organic quality brand to make sure you’re not getting any unwanted hidden extras.

Chai tea itself is very healthy, but most people head to the café to grab a chai
latte in fall. You might be tempted too thinking you’re doing better than getting that pumpkin spice latte. But chai lattes can have loads of sugar also. A better option is to brew chai tea at home and then froth up almond milk in your microwave. Add a touch of cinnamon to the top to make it feel more indulgent without doing any harm.
 Keep this list handy, so when the mood strikes, you’ll be ready with a healthy option to counter your cravings! #pumpkinspicelatte #themagicofmenopause #Menopause #hotdrinkseason #Fallbeverage
Today is officially the First Day of Fall! Once those temperatures start to ease down most people rush off to grab their first Pumpkin Spice Latte of the season.Warm beverages are fantastic during the colder months, but many of these warm drinks can pack a ton of sugar in one cup. Luckily, there are loads of healthy and immune-boosting warm drinks you can enjoy instead. Here are a few of my favorites...Coming in HOT! Fresh ginger tea is wonderful for tummy troubles, but also great for reducing inflammation. Slice a small piece of fresh ginger root and add it to your cup. Pour boiling water over it and voila -- you have ginger tea! Fresh mint tea works as an outstanding way to clear your palate, aid digestion, and helps you feel full after a meal. You’ll be less prone to snacking when you end your meal with a cup of fresh mint tea. Homemade hot chocolate is tempting when the winds start to get a bit blustery.You may want to pop into your favorite café for an indulgence. Save one for a special treat and instead, make your own hot chocolate at home. Use unsweetened cocoa powder with warmed almond milk. You can sweeten it with just a hint of stevia if you prefer. A nice, aromatic cup of Organic coffee will surely perk you up. If you want your healthiest cup, keep it free and clear of refined sugar and cream. If caffeine triggers hot flashes or anxiety, go for a good organic decaf blend. There are wonderful coffee alternatives as well! Green tea has loads of antioxidants. Buy an organic quality brand to make sure you’re not getting any unwanted hidden extras. Chai tea itself is very healthy, but most people head to the café to grab a chai latte in fall. You might be tempted too thinking you’re doing better than getting that pumpkin spice latte. But chai lattes can have loads of sugar also. A better option is to brew chai tea at home and then froth up almond milk in your microwave. Add a touch of cinnamon to the top to make it feel more indulgent without doing any harm. Keep this list handy, so when the mood strikes, you’ll be ready with a healthy option to counter your cravings! #pumpkinspicelatte #themagicofmenopause #Menopause #hotdrinkseason #Fallbeverage
My Magical Ladies!
Want to learn how to make those favorite baked goods healthier, without sacrificing any flavor?
There's often a misconception that a healthy lifestyle is devoid of baked goods. As a Health Coach, I can tell you that's not true at all!
Part of Autumn's wonderment is the delicious, seasonal baked goodies that we whip up every year. And I'm here to help you understand how to still enjoy those items you love, while even making them healthier for you and your loved ones.
That's exactly why I created my Healthy Fall Baking Series.
During this 5-Day Series, I'll help you understand how to take the recipes you love and make them healthier. No cardboard, bland tasting baked goods in sight - I promise!
We'll even have a community recipe swap to get some delicious new recipes from each other.
Join me for my 5-day Healthy Fall Baking Series inside my private FB menopause support group. starting on October 5th! Invite your girlfriends! 🍎 You can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MakingMenopauseMagicalSupportGroup/
*LINK IN BIO*
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My Magical Ladies! Want to learn how to make those favorite baked goods healthier, without sacrificing any flavor? There's often a misconception that a healthy lifestyle is devoid of baked goods. As a Health Coach, I can tell you that's not true at all! Part of Autumn's wonderment is the delicious, seasonal baked goodies that we whip up every year. And I'm here to help you understand how to still enjoy those items you love, while even making them healthier for you and your loved ones. That's exactly why I created my Healthy Fall Baking Series. During this 5-Day Series, I'll help you understand how to take the recipes you love and make them healthier. No cardboard, bland tasting baked goods in sight - I promise! We'll even have a community recipe swap to get some delicious new recipes from each other. Join me for my 5-day Healthy Fall Baking Series inside my private FB menopause support group. starting on October 5th! Invite your girlfriends! 🍎 You can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MakingMenopauseMagicalSupportGroup/ *LINK IN BIO* #themagicofmenopause #perimenopause #Menopause #healthyfallbaking #happyhormones #hormonebalance #menopausesupportgroup #recipeswap #fallfun #LorraineMiano #author #menopauseblogger #Menopausebloggers #fallrecipes #healthyfallrecipes #eatforhormonebalance #menopauseadvocate #menopausesupport #kuellife #wegohealth #Livinghealthylist #knowwomen #perimenopausehub #healthybaking #author #amazonbestseller #makingmenopausemagical #menopausefairygodmother #the2ndtalk #adieutothetaboo
Before we get into just exactly what “rebounding” is, I wanted to share some startling statistics with you. Osteoporosis has reached epidemic levels in the United States. This is a condition that causes bones to weaken and gradually become thin. Osteoporosis actually means “porous bones” and can ultimately leave bones susceptible to fractures.

Did you know that estrogen is a hormone in women that protects bones? This explains why as women reach menopause, and their estrogen levels decline, they are at a higher risk for bone loss. This coupled with the fact that women’s bones are lighter and less dense makes them more susceptible to osteoporosis.

Facts From The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF.org):
Being female puts you at risk of developing osteoporosis and broken bones.
Of the estimated 10 million Americans with Osteoporosis, about 8 million or 80% are women.
Approximately, one in two women over age 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis.
A woman’s risk of breaking a hip is equal to her combined risk of breast, uterine and ovarian cancer.
Since we, as women, statistically have a greater risk of low bone mass and ultimately osteoporosis, it is time to pay attention (no matter your age: 20 or 50) and take preventative measures now to care for your precious bones. You’ll discover all types of useful information at NOF.org on prevention, from nutrition to exercises.

For this article I’d like to concentrate on a specific exercise that has been studied by N.A.S.A. and published in a scientific study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5):881-887, 1980.

So, What Exactly Is Rebounding? Read more: *LINK IN BIO*
@kuellife 

#themagicofmenopause #menopause #rebounding #rebounder #rebounderworkout #perimenopause #author #menopauseblogger #brandambassador #LorraineMiano #menopauseadvocate #menopausesupport #menopauserelief #wegohealth #Livinghealthylist #kuellife #perimenopausehub #makingmenopausemagical #oseteoporosis #healthybones #womenshealth #womenshealthblogger #trampoline #strongbones #holistichealth #holisticmenopause #happyhormones #getyourhappyback #hormonebalance #the2ndtalk
Before we get into just exactly what “rebounding” is, I wanted to share some startling statistics with you. Osteoporosis has reached epidemic levels in the United States. This is a condition that causes bones to weaken and gradually become thin. Osteoporosis actually means “porous bones” and can ultimately leave bones susceptible to fractures. Did you know that estrogen is a hormone in women that protects bones? This explains why as women reach menopause, and their estrogen levels decline, they are at a higher risk for bone loss. This coupled with the fact that women’s bones are lighter and less dense makes them more susceptible to osteoporosis. Facts From The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF.org): Being female puts you at risk of developing osteoporosis and broken bones. Of the estimated 10 million Americans with Osteoporosis, about 8 million or 80% are women. Approximately, one in two women over age 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis. A woman’s risk of breaking a hip is equal to her combined risk of breast, uterine and ovarian cancer. Since we, as women, statistically have a greater risk of low bone mass and ultimately osteoporosis, it is time to pay attention (no matter your age: 20 or 50) and take preventative measures now to care for your precious bones. You’ll discover all types of useful information at NOF.org on prevention, from nutrition to exercises. For this article I’d like to concentrate on a specific exercise that has been studied by N.A.S.A. and published in a scientific study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology 49(5):881-887, 1980. So, What Exactly Is Rebounding? Read more: *LINK IN BIO* @kuellife #themagicofmenopause #menopause #rebounding #rebounder #rebounderworkout #perimenopause #author #menopauseblogger #brandambassador #LorraineMiano #menopauseadvocate #menopausesupport #menopauserelief #wegohealth #Livinghealthylist #kuellife #perimenopausehub #makingmenopausemagical #oseteoporosis #healthybones #womenshealth #womenshealthblogger #trampoline #strongbones #holistichealth #holisticmenopause #happyhormones #getyourhappyback #hormonebalance #the2ndtalk