Lilian Bucke, a renowned Brand Consultant in the fashion industry, has done something remarkable. For years, she’s managed to virtually sidestep menopause. Whilst friends around her endure the full force of menopause symptoms; flushes, anxiety, mood swings, night sweats and accelerated aging. Lillian is using LYMA supplements to keep her mind calm, her body in check and her symptoms tame.
She hardly believes it either…
I’ll be honest, I came at LYMA from a purely cosmetic angle.
I saw a guy I hadn’t seen for six months and he looked incredible. I mean it; he was bright eyed, fresh and perky. He told me it was all down to LYMA, so I went home that night and Googled everything about the supplements, then the very next day I ordered a three-month supply. That was three years ago now when I was fifty and at that point I was feeling deflated and my energy levels were flagging. Within weeks of taking LYMA, I had a feeling of being more powerful, more in control and more focused.
I’ve done menopause minus the suffering.
As I got further into my early fifties, my hormones started getting a bit out of kilter and I knew my body was changing, only it just wasn’t a big deal. My friends were all talking about aches and pains, feeling awful and regaling me with tales of the dreaded night sweats but I couldn’t join in the conversation because I simply wasn’t feeling any of that. Then it hit me, LYMA was acting as a preventative menopause treatment when I was just taking out of vanity! I knew it was LYMA because each time I ran out, I started to feel anxious and uncomfortable after only a few days.
It’s been smooth sailing rather than a storm.
By taking LYMA when I did, there’s been no rollercoaster of emotions and symptoms for me. I can only describe it as a magic carpet whereby I just glide gently over the waves without dropping down into the dips of the storm. Of course, I’m not completely immune, I just don’t feel all the bumps in the road. Menopause is not life-changing in any way, nor is it debilitating. I’m not out the other side yet but now I’m coming towards the end of things and still not been bothered by the process. LYMA has prevented the need for me to take HRT and I’m so grateful that I haven’t struggled through menopause like so many other women have.
What’s more, my grey hairs have gone.
I had a fair few grey hairs before but since taking LYMA, my hair colour has reverted to its former brunette and the grey receded. It’s strange to see but the roots have become dark brown again. My hairdresser went into complete shock that LYMA has halted my grey hairs and in some places, reversed the greying process completely.
Sure, I have lazy days.
But I don’t feel lethargy or despondence. If I find myself faffing, I can just pull it all together and be focused. There’s stress in my job and my role is to come up with quick solutions but I keep a clear head. With age, I’m not as heavy a sleeper but I still get eight hours most nights and if I do wake, I just go straight back to sleep, no mind whirring. More recently, I have had to shift my mindset to one of moderation but I still enjoy life. There’s always a place for chips and wine!
I really believe in the power of the LYMA ingredients.
It’s the balance of nutrients in LYMA that works. The KSM-66® Ashwagandha for anxiety is a great ingredient in menopause to level things out, so you don’t get those spikes and dips. The anti-inflammatory HydroCurc® has completely stopped the water retention I used to suffer - I haven’t had that in years now. Then the Cynatine® HNS is the most remarkable keratin; my skin doesn’t feel any different to when I was in my thirties and my hair looks and feels like a 30-year-old’s, not dry or ratty like the 53-year-old I am.
Futureproof yourself like I did.
Your late forties are a good time to start thinking about the changes your body is going to go through. I think LYMA supports your coping mechanism and taking it makes you more focused and able to cope better with life. I try to be preventative because the things we do now, have a bearing further down the line and if you’re physically and mentally strong, you can cope with that. People around me seem to be looking for the answer and I’m fortunate that I found it at exactly the right time.
Originally published Jun 24, 2021.