About Maryon Stewart

Maryon Stewart is a world-renowned healthcare expert who is referred to as the Pioneer of the Natural Menopause Movement. 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 be completely symptom- free.

Over the last 27 years  she has helped tens of thousands of women all around the world overcome PMS and menopause symptoms, reclaiming their wellbeing.

Maryon has written 27 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.

Maryon was awarded a British Empire Medal in 2018 for services to drug education following her successful seven year campaign at the Angelus Foundation which she established in memory of her daughter Hester.

Maryon at beach

Maryon’s story

1992

Maryon’s journey began over 25 years ago when she established the PMT Advisory service, later known as the Women’s Nutritional Advisory Service and subsequently The Natural Health Advisory Service. Their research identified that women often had low levels of important nutrients which affected their brain chemistry and hormone function, but when they were taught to readdress the balance and meet their lifestyle needs within 4-6 months. 

1995

Maryon successful pioneers a workable programme and, with a staff of 13 and medical advisors, goes on to help hundreds of thousands of women overcome their PMS, perimenopause and Menopause symptoms with a scientifically based non-drug approach.

1998

Maryon is by now a regular contributor the mainstream media. Over the years she has had regular columns in the Daily Mail, and in many national magazines including Sunday Magazine, Country Living, Good Health and Health and Fitness. She has also been invited on numerous book tours around Australia and New Zealand and eventually created her own UK TV show, The Really Useful Health Show.

1999

Maryon is voted the 51st Most Influential Women in a survey by Good Housekeeping.

2001

Maryon is by now a regular on most national TV channels in the UK, had regular slots on both national TV and radio, and was the nutritionist for Channel 4 Model Behaviour in 2001
Maryon's life changes when she loses her youngest daughter

2009

Following the tragic death of her youngest daughter Hester in 2009, a medical student who was given a legal high, she also set up the Angelus Foundation [http://www.angelusfoundation.org.uk/]  to raise awareness about the dangers of legal highs. Together with over 20 world class experts, a number of Lords and a member of the Royal Family, the Foundation campaigned for 6 years and managed to get the UK Government to take action. 

2010

Maryon is voted one of the top five most inspirational women in Sunday Magazine.  

2010

Maryon wins the Addidi Inspirational Award.
Maryon changes the law in the UK

2015

Maryon’s campaigning work pays off, and a Bill is based to ban legal highs and raise awareness, which had a high profile in the Queen’s Speech in June 2015 became law in May 2016, banning all legal highs and closing approximately 500 retail outlets, including 115 websites.
Maryon returns to her passion