Maryon Stewart is a renowned healthcare expert specialising in PMS, Menopause and a pioneer in the field of non-drug medicine. Using her years of knowledge and expertise, she coaches women in understanding the information, tools and techniques needed to get well, to the point that they are able to manage all their symptoms.
Since setting up The Women’s Nutritional Advisory Service, and subsequently, Natural Health Advisory Service, she has helped tens of thousands of women all around the world improve their health and well-being.
Numerous studies show that over 90 per cent of women struggling with PMS and menopause symptoms are feeling well again within four to six months.
Maryon has written 27 popular self-help books, co-authored a series of medical papers, written regular columns for numerous daily newspapers and magazines, had her own radio show, written scripts for and produced many films, as well as contributed to a variety of TV series including Channel Four’s Model Behaviour, where she was the nutritionist. Maryon also created and presented her own TV series, The Really Useful Health Show.
Maryon was awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s New Years Honours List in 2018 for services to drug education following her successful seven year campaign in conjunction with the experts at the Angelus Foundation which she established in memory of her daughter Hester.