MenoLabs Female Entrepreneurs Use Unsafe Probiotics

Menolabs Founders
Menolabs founders Danielle Jacobs and Vanessa Ford
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by: Linda Stuarts-Duffy

August 2, 2020

Meet the Menolabs Entrepreneurs

Menolabs is a woman-owned company, founded by Danielle Jacobs and Vanessa Ford. Their vision is clear: to revolutionize the way women transition into menopause. However, they have totally missed the mark! And, I’ll tell you why. First of all, their products use probiotics. The harmful effects of probiotics include infections, production of harmful substances by the probiotic microorganisms, and transfer of antibiotic resistance genes from probiotic microorganisms to other microorganisms in the digestive tract.  The last thing I need is my gut health messed up while I’m flashing, during a pandemic and at a time when the whole world seems to have gone crazy.  

This company claims that their products fight irritability and night sweats. No ma’am! Fake news! And secondly, this product does not use any black cohosh. For menopausal symptom relief, studies have shown that 20-40 milligram tablets of a standardized extract taken twice a day significantly helps to combat symptoms like hot flashes. More than 900 milligrams a day of black cohosh is considered an overdose, so don’t over do it!  I highly suggest taking a black cohosh root supplement instead of anything Menolabs offers or a safe menopause supplement with out risking your gut health. 


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About Linda Stuarts-Duffy 8 Articles
Linda Stuarts-Duffy is a retired Biology Professor of Medicine and an armchair political analyst who enjoys predicting political, social and economic trends. Her speaking engagements and knowledge in holistic medicine on the cellular level has helped to influence changes in lifestyle for many women who are experiencing menopausal symptoms. She is currently writing a book about her own experiences. She lives with her husband and two dogs near Bethel, NY.

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