March 2024.

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About this episode

Perimenopause, menopause, post-menopause . . . terms synonymous with being female. And with this, comes a host of transitions and changes that are inevitable.

What are the best foods, nutrients, and exercise routines, to help prepare women entering this life stage, and help get them to the other side? We asked perimenopause dietitian, Angelique Clark.

We dive into how women can support their body with the right nutrients for mid-life, perimenopause, and post-menopause. We also unpack the lifestyle choices that offer the best outcomes.

From choline and wholegrains, to alcohol and caffeine, and where nuts fit in . . . we discuss it all.  

About today’s guest

Ange is an Advanced Accredited Sports Dietitian with more than 15 years of experience working extensively with elite female fitness and figure athletes, as well as fitness centres and celebrities for transformation campaigns.

She helps active women over 35 understand their physiology, use it to their advantage and uncomplicate nutrition for sustainable results, to nourish a high-performing lifestyle as they transition into mid-life.

Ange is best known for her evidence-based, practical and results-driven nutrition prescription and her comfortable, empathetic and inspiring communication style. She is also passionate about transforming kitchens into ‘peri-performance hubs’ with simple, delicious, science-backed recipes that the entire family can benefit from.

Angelique Clark

Supporting resources:

Association of major dietary protein sources with all‐cause and cause‐specific mortality: Prospective Cohort Study

Association of dietary carbohydrate and fibre ratio with postmenopausal bone mineral density and prevalence of osteoporosis: A cross-sectional study

Body composition, physical activity, and menopause symptoms: How do they relate?

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