Food First Health
Susan Horgan: Nutritional Therapist
Simplifying nutrition for perimenopause
So you can get back to being you again
Do you feel like you're constantly on edge? Crying at a puppy on tv one minute and flying into a blind rage the next?
Is your brain on a go-slow - you spend half the day looking for your keys and can't remember people's names anymore?
Have hot flushes and night sweats got you knee-deep in laundry and feeling anxious about when they might strike next?
Are you lacking the confidence you used to have? Do you doubt your abilities at work and question decisions you used to make in a heartbeat?
It's hard, isn't it? Nobody prepares you for what perimenopause might have in store for you. It's not something you learn about at any stage in your life, other than to know you're going to go through it. And even when you get there and start experiencing symptoms, it's not always easy to access the right information or support to help manage your symptoms so that the journey can be as smooth as possible.
you're energetic, positive and feeling motivated. Life feels easier and more fun - laughter has replaced the rage
you can think more clearly and focus on the task at hand, allowing you to feel more on top of things than you have in ages
your inner critic had been silenced. You're comfortable in your own skin and confident you're doing all the right things to support your health at this life stage
you're less anxious and more in control of your symptoms so you can get back to being you and doing the things you love
Discover how simple diet and lifestyle changes can hand you back control over your hormones, regain your vitality and let you live life to the full.
Did you know....
Symptoms can start as early as age 35, although your early 40s in the average. This period is known as perimenopause and can last up to 10 years.
Women spend more than 30% of their lives in their post-menopause years
Around 10% of women leave their jobs because of menopause symptoms with up to 25% considering leaving
So doesn't it make sense to want to learn what's happening to your body and what you can do to support your physical and mental health - both now and into the future?
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What my clients say...
Sue C., Down
I was suffering with ongoing Kidney Infections for 20+ years, crippling Vertigo, sore upper back which was causing headaches, adult acne etc.... the list was endless. Thanks to all the advice and recommendations from my wonderful Nutritional Therapist, Susan Horgan, I am a brand new woman. Thank you so much Food First Health for changing my life
I'm tapping into intuitive eating and really listening to my hunger cues. Feels really liberating