Join Maryon Stewart for her masterclassHow to get your Midlife Refuel
I have helped thousands of women and I can help you.
Wednesday 16th December at. 7pm (UK time)
Tuesday 5th January at 7pm (UK time)
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What to expect in my Masterclass
If you are suffering from hot flashes, insomnia, anxiety, brain fog, stress, anxiety, lack of energy and focus – you’re in the right place. I can help you with all your symptoms at perimenopause, menopause and after without taking any hormones.
As we reach midlife we need to give our bodies what I call a “midlife refuel” and we are often running on empty nutritionally. By getting your body back into good nutritional shape at the time around menopause you can be feeling better than ever.
Over 28 years ago I developed a program to help women overcome their menopause symptoms without taking any hormones but by making changes to their diet and lifestyle. The program is based on published medical research and has turned around the lives of hundreds of thousands of women who are now symptom-free.
Meet 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 28 years, Maryon Stewart pioneered a non-drug, but scientifically based program to overcome menopause symptoms and has been successfully helping over 100,000 women around the world to overcome PMS and menopause symptoms, reclaiming their wellbeing. She 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.
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. She is a mother of four children and now lives with her American husband in Florida and splits her time between home, New York and London.