Faces of Menopause Study Group

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Every woman follows a different path to menopause. When ovaries start making less hormones that regulate her menstrual cycle, she may experience mood swings, abnormal bleeding, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, bone loss, low libido, depression & anxiety. Taking a proactive approach to menopause can result in a relatively smooth, positive transition.

Pay attention to your hormonal health at an early age. Treat every period as a progress report on your own hormonal balance. Do you have severe PMS, fibroids, or trouble getting pregnant or staying pregnant? If so, your hormones need tending. “You can resolve hormonal issues or sweep them under the rug.” If hormonal health isn’t on your radar screen, perimenopause will hit you over the head like a two-by-four.”

Consider the shape you’re in 2 days before your period. “If those 2 days are a piece of cake, you’re in good shape. If you view your period as a ‘curse’, you may be headed for trouble. By perimenopause, your body will scream to get your attention. It’s nothing short of a call to personal revolution.” As Ken Miles (famous race car driver) said, “If you’re going to push a piece of machinery to the limit, and expect it to hold together, you have to have some sense of where that limit is”.

I’ll be teaching 2 in-person study groups on “Faces of Menopause” on the following dates. There is no charge but registration is requested for your notes and reminders.

Our body’s ‘machinery’ in need of lifetime female support from puberty to menopause is:

  • Ovaries
  • Adrenals/kidneys
  • Liver
  • Heart
  • Thyroid

While on the road, I’ll be sampling products based on the above and taking your questions and feedback in order to convert this into a great webinar.  Would love to see you there!


Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Be advised that any nutritional program suggested is not intended as a treatment for any disease. The intent of any nutritional recommendation is to support the physiological and biochemical processes of the human body, and not to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent any disease or condition. Always work with a qualified medical professional before making changes to your diet, prescription medication, lifestyle, or exercise activities.

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