Natural Ways to Manage Your Hormones for a Lifetime
A Smart Woman’s Guide to Hormones helps you understand how your hormones affect every system in the body. When your hormones are balanced, you have energy, you sleep well, your skin glows and you feel vibrant. When hormones are disrupted, acne, heavy periods, uterine fibroids, breast lumps, PMS, weight gain and hair loss can occur. A Smart Woman’s Guide to Hormones helps you understand how to safely use bioidentical hormones. This book also teaches you how food and nutrients can be used to naturally balance estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and more.
A Smart Woman’s Guide to Hormones is packed with simple, honest advice on how to reclaim your passion for life through hormone balance. Lorna and Dr.Pettle explain how too much stress, low thyroid, inadequate nutrition and other factors affect hormone balance and how to quickly achieve optimal health and vitality.
This book helps you discover:
- How to stop hot flashes and night sweats
- How stress affects weight gain
- How to treat endometriosis, PMS, fibroids, breast lumps, ovarian cysts, PCOS and more
- How to achieve deep restful sleep
- The secret to beautiful skin
- How to stop hair loss
- How to make periods effortless
- Whether you need bioidentical hormones
- How thyroid hormones affect every body system
- The secret to halting bladder incontinence
“A Smart Woman’s Guide to Hormones is an easy-to-read yet comprehensive guide that highlights the importance of lifestyle and nutrition in optimizing hormone health. We applaud the authors’ dedication and passion for empowering women with knowledge. An excellent read.” – Drs. Nishi Dhawan, MD, CCFP, and Bal Pawa, B.Pharm, MD, Westcoast Women’s Clinic for Hormone Health
About Lorna Vanderhaeghe
Lorna Vanderhaeghe is Canada ’s leading women’s natural health expert. She has been researching nutritional medicine for over 30 years. She is the author of twelve books including A Smart Woman’s Guide to Hormones and A Smart Woman’s Guide to Weight Loss. In 2009, Lorna was given the Canadian Health Food Association’s most prestigious award, the Hall of Fame Award. In 2011, 2012 and 2013, Lorna was listed as one of Canada ’s top one hundred female entrepreneurs. She has a free monthly newsletter and her website is www.hormonehelp.com.