Webinar – Five Tried and Tested Ways to Manage Menopause Naturally

October 15, 2020

Allergy Research Group is pleased to announce our upcoming webinar, Five Tried and Tested Ways to Manage Menopause Naturally.

Join us for our webinar on November 11, 2020 at 10 AM MT with our special guest, Maryon Stewart, world-renowned healthcare expert, who is often referred to as the Pioneer of the Natural Menopause Movement. Over the last 28 years, together with her team, she has helped tens of thousands of women around the world overcome PMS and menopause symptoms with a well-researched approach, without using drugs or hormones. Her program, which is based on published medical research, helped over ninety percent of women reclaim their wellbeing within five months.

In her webinar ‘Five Tried and Tested Ways to Manage Menopause Naturally’ she will be sharing the research-based methods she uses to enable women to have what she calls a ‘midlife refuel’.

We hope you can join us live on November 11, 2020 at 10 AM MT. If not, don’t worry, signing up will still grant you access to the webinar recording.

Register for the free webinar today at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cnvOL5fOSn21RVBAv-K63g.

Speaker Bio:

Maryon Stewart has spent over 20 years helping women through her clinic in Harley Street in London. Following one million women viewing her four Facebook Live films on menopause at the end of 2016 she was overwhelmed with emails and stories of extreme suffering. In summer of 2017, she launched her Six-Week Natural Menopause Solution, a live online learning initiative, based on her successful five-month program. The Six-Week Natural Menopause Solution has become a huge success in the UK, helping women to overcome symptoms, turning their lives around in a matter of six weeks.

Maryon Stewart has written 28 popular self-help books, co-authored a series of medical papers, written regular columns for numerous daily newspapers and magazines, and had her own TV and radio shows.

In January 2018 Maryon Stewart was awarded a British Empire Medal by the Queen and in December 2018 she was voted as one of the 50 most inspirational women in the UK by Femail in the Daily Mail.