Does Menopace Work?

July 02, 2021.

Menopace is yet another menopause supplement that aims to alleviate some of the most frustrating menopause symptoms. Created and distributed by Vitabiotics, a U.K. brand, Menopace supplements are available worldwide, and numerous women have tried them in their search for relief during this time of change. 

What makes Menopace unique?

Unlike other menopause supplements, Vitabiotics sells multiple different formulations under the Menopace name, each of which is tailored to specific needs. In addition, Menopace supplements are also featured on the Women’s Health Concern website, a branch of the British Menopause Society (BMS). The BMS provides unbiased information and confidential support for women ages 40+. Indeed, this site shows that Menopace is the #1 menopause supplement in the U.K.

What is more, these formulations are intended for women to use during and after menopause. With some women living nearly one-third of their lives in postmenopause, it is beneficial to find a supplement that can help support your body during and after this change.

You can find Menopace under the following names:

  • Menopause Original – Offers daily support with 22 nutrients without drugs or hormones.
  • Menopace Plus – Includes extra botanicals such as soy isoflavones, sage, and green tea.
  • Menopace Night – Helps to alleviate sleep disturbances using chamomile, hops, and hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP).
  • Menopace Calcium – enriched with700 mg of calcium plus additional vitamin D, which is essential for women as they move into their postmenopausal years.
  • Menopace Red Clover – includes 40 mg red clover isoflavone extract and green tea extract.
  • Menopace Max – offers maximum support with 26 nutrients, including calcium tablets and red clover packets in dual packs

All formulations are safe for vegetarians and are without hormones.

What are the Menopace ingredients?

As you can see above, there are slight variations in Menopace ingredients based on the type of formulation you choose. However, there are common ingredients found throughout each of the different supplements.

  • Soy Isoflavone Extract
  • PABA
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin C
  • Thiamin (Vitamin B1
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
  • Niacin (Vitamin B6)
  • Folic acid
  • Vitamin B12
  • Biotin
  • Pantothenic acid
  • Magnesium
  • Iron
  • Zinc
  • Copper
  • Manganese
  • Selenium
  • Chromium
  • Iodine

For more information on additives and additional Menopace ingredients in each formulation, please visit the Menopace website

What do the reviews say?

If you look at popular retailers like Amazon, you won’t see hundreds of reviews as you might see with other supplements like Amberen and Estroven. But, that is because Menopace is primarily sold in the U.K. Therefore, you will want to look at other distributors for reviews, such as Holland & Barrett, a chain of health food shops in the U.K., the Netherlands, Hong Kong, India, and the UAE.

Per Holland & Barrett, the reviews are overwhelmingly positive, with 4.5/5 stars. Women say the supplements give them more energy, reduce bloating, and improve genitourinary symptoms. Hot flashes and sleep also improved with regular use of these supplements. Another positive point was that the supplements were quite affordable compared to other menopause supplement brands. 

Of the few negative reviews, these women noted that it didn’t work for them. Some women also mentioned that it was only for women in menopause and post-menopause but not for perimenopause. Unlike other supplement brands, there is not much inference that the supplements caused any unwanted side effects.

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Where can you buy Menopace?

If Menopace sounds like a winner to you, you’re in luck: even though it is a U.K. brand, people in most countries can purchase Menopace. If you are in the U.S., you can buy it on Amazon or purchase it through Holland & Barrett, which offers free shipping to the U.S. if you spend a certain amount of money. 

A note on supplements

No matter how many positive reviews a supplement gets, and even if national health organizations recommend it, it is always best to speak with your health provider before adding something new to your health plan. Consulting your doctor is especially important if you have other medical conditions or take medications.

Disclaimer: this is not medical advice, does not take the place of medical advice from your physician, and is not intended to treat or cure any disease. Patients should see a qualified medical provider for assessment and treatment. 

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Julia Walker
perry expert Julia (RN, BSN, BA) is a registered nurse based in Colorado. Julia's nursing background in women’s health has ranged from neonatal and postpartum care to labor and delivery, to outpatient gynecological medicine for both adolescent and adult populations. She specializes in helping women optimize their health during perimenopause and beyond.

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