360° Approach to Women’s Hormones and Weight

Are you thriving or just surviving?

Are you struggling to lose weight, especially around the middle? Struggle with your hormone issues? Feeling bloated? Sleep in tatters and you are constantly waking up tired?

If you are fed up with how things are going, you are feeling stressed, lost that confidence and mental sharpness, constantly feeling overwhelmed and exhausted, lost that zest for life – it’s time to look for a professional nutritionist to help you get back on track, get healthier and get that energy and mojo back.

If you are over 40, it’s almost certain it’s your hormones that drive pretty much all of the symptoms listed below:

  • Waking up tired
    feeling tired most of the day
  • Brain fog
    am I losing my marbles?!
  • Weight gain
    Especially that spare tyre around the middle or difficulty shifting it
  • Erratic periods
    More frequent, lighter, heavier or irregular (spotting before or after)

  • Bad PMS
  • Hot flushes and night sweats
  • Low self-confidence
    Thinking of reducing work hours or even quitting your job
  • Relationship with your partner is on the rocks
    You are just not being yourself
  • Sex and libido down the drain
    Partner is man(on)pause

  • Problems down below
    Vaginal dryness and recurrent urinary infections

  • Mood swings and irritability
  • Anxiety about even the littlest things
  • Feeling unhappy or even depressed
    lost that zest for life?
  • Second-guessing your abilities
  • Painful joints and my skin is starting going south
    where is that collagen disappearing?
  • Thyroid suboptimal
    hair thinning, cold feet and hands, slow metabolism
  • Digestive health compromised
  • Dry mouth and burning tongue
  • Sleep problems
    waking up at 2am on the dot?
  • Heart palpitation
    Am I having a heart attack?
  • Infertility/ PCOS

Enough is enough… you don’t have to just grin and bear it any longer.
It’s time to get some help and support.

  • Pre-menopause: the time in your 20s and 30s before any menopausal symptoms
  • Peri-menopause: when you experience menopausal symptoms due to hormone changes, but still have your period
  • Menopause: when you do not have a period for 12 consecutive months
  • Post-menopause: the time in your life after you have not had a period for 12 consecutive months
  • ‘Early’ Menopause: menopause between the age of 40 and 45
  • Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) when menopause occurs before the age of 40 (this affects 1 in 100 women)