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Nutritional Support for the Menopause - 12th September

Nutritional Support for the Menopause - 12th September

Seminar

PRODUCT CODE: SEMINAR18-07
£24.00

Availability: In stock

Antony Haynes will discuss the ingredients, actions, features and potential benefits of the most effective supplements based on his 23 years of clinical experience.


Title: Nutritional Support For The Menopause
Date: 12th September 2018  12pm-1pm
Price: £24 (£12 will be credited to your account after live-attendance)
Presenter: Antony Haynes

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All women will eventually experience menopause with some 70% experiencing symptoms that impact on their lives. Whilst their changing hormone levels, particularly oestrogen is a key element, symptoms may also be influenced by factors such as diet and exercise, lifestyle and medications. Therefore, for some women, lifestyle factors such as reducing / stopping smoking, reducing alcohol intake, reducing caffeine intake, reducing stress, eating healthily and taking regular exercise can significantly reduce the symptoms of menopause. Amongst the non-medical interventions, Nutritional Therapy has much to offer in terms of ameliorating the signs and symptoms of menopause as well as supporting bone health.

  • Learn about the most common signs and symptoms of the menopause.
  • Learn why a high percentage of women experience menopausal symptoms.
  • Learn about the mechanisms involved in menopausal symptoms.
  • Learn about the potential risks/benefits of HRT.
  • Learn about the adrenal and thyroid hormone connection in menopausal symptoms.
  • Learn about nutritional therapy intervention to resolve menopausal symptoms. 

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PRODUCT CODE: SEMINAR18-07

This information is for education purposes only. Patients should consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.