28 Day – Menopausal Mayhem (10th May start)
A 28 day health and well being program designed to help support hormone balance throughout the perimenopause . It’s written by a nutritionist and is full of healthy, easy meals – no calorie counting, pressure or strict regimes!
Menopausal Mayhem is a 28 day healthy eating, hormone balancing course starting on Monday 10th May 2021
It's a fantastic course (yes I'm biased) BUT there is no calorie counting or a strict regimens to follow – just education and simple, nutrient rich, easy-to-prepare, tasty recipe options provided in a downloadable meal plan, that you can follow from the comfort of your own home.
- Over 28 days you eat - real, unprocessed whole foods, low starchy carbohydrates, good complex carbohydrates, lean protein, healthy fats. NO calorie counting allowed!
- It's full of easy to prepare meals that work for hormone balance and are tasty so the whole family can enjoy them
- It will introduce healthy habits
- Nourish your body with fabulous fresh nutrients
- Reduce toxic load (caffeine, alcohol, sugar etc)
- Help you feel lighter and brighter
- You might even lose body fat and build muscle
- It's all done over a private Facebook group and is a virtual plan that is easy to manage and suit your busy schedule.
- You will have a mini-consultation at the start and finish to set your goals and assess body composition (this can be done by Whatsapp video or phone).
- You'll fill in a simple health questionnaire at the beginning and completion of the plan to assess progress.
- I, Janet Padfield, a registered Nutritional Therapist will give daily support, nutrition and lifestyle tips with weekly Facebook Live Q&As
- The programme support pack including a flexible meal planner, shopping list and recipes which can be downloaded onto any device or printed out!
- Digital book of recipes/meal plans: can be used on a smartphone, tablet or print out.
And all this for just £99!!!
Places are very limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Who is this for?
Women who are interesting in improving their hormone health in the run up to and over the menopause transition. You're likely to be generally healthy but want some extra support, accountability and education on what is happening to your body and how you can help it.