Woman-Owned and Operated
We Have a Vision to Revolutionize the Way Women Transition into Menopause
As Co-Founders of MenoLabs, Danielle Jacobs and Vanessa Ford believe that women should have access to scientifically proven natural health care products, supplements, and high-quality probiotics that can keep us focused, healthy, and productive throughout our lives. Natural health solutions should be at the forefront of our daily health regimen to ensure a better life without compromising our days to deal with ailments or symptoms of menopause.
We Want Effective Relief
Women’s Health Goes Well Beyond Birth Control and Menstrual Cycles
There comes a time in our lives when we need more information and more specific care when it comes to our health. We want simple answers and effective relief. Natural health alternatives are changing the way the health community approaches menopause and what it can do for women across our country.
John P. Konhilas, Ph.D
MenoLabs was founded with a mission to bring the best research forward and a completely new approach to dealing with the effects of menopause. Co-Founders Danielle Jacobs and Vanessa Ford, both mothers, wives and successful professionals launched MenoLabs with Co-Founder, John P. Konhilas, Ph.D. an Associate Professor with the Department of Physiology and Sarver Molecular Cardiovascular Research at the University of Arizona.
Our mission is to deliver the best boutique menopause support products that include the highest quality ingredients proven to work and address the specific needs of women in menopause and perimenopause.
We are a highly motivated brand with a vision to revolutionize the way women transition into menopause through becoming the trusted support ecosystem that women rely on for guidance and support products.
We believe women should not wait for the medical research establishment to decide it is time to care about us. We believe the time is now and that all women are in this together.Learn More
The Science of Probiotics
Probiotics are an exciting research topic, but once again, overlooked when it comes to the subject of how they might help women in perimenopause and menopause.Learn More