Westmeath venue to host hormone health talk

hormone health talk takes place in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar, on October 16, contributors to which will be (l-r), Lorraine Keane, Broadcaster and Ambassador, Sarah Brereton, Cleanmarine Nutritional Therapist and Dr. Mary Ryan, Consultant Endocrinologist.

hormone health talk takes place in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar, on October 16, contributors to which will be (l-r), Lorraine Keane, Broadcaster and Ambassador, Sarah Brereton, Cleanmarine Nutritional Therapist and Dr. Mary Ryan, Consultant Endocrinologist.

Following the success of their hormone health campaign for women over 40 last year and to coincide with World Menopause Day on October 18, Cleanmarine is delighted to announce a hormone health talk in Mullingar next month to encourage women across the county to start their own conversation on hormone health.

The informative talk, which is taking place on Wednesday, October 16 in the Annebrook House House from 7.30pm to 9pm, will be chaired by Cleanmarine Ambassador and Broadcaster, Lorraine Keane, and will include advice and information from Consultant Endocrinologist, Dr. Mary Ryan and Cleanmarine’s Nutritional Therapist.

Cleanmarine Ambassador and Broadcaster, Lorraine Keane, commented on the importance of discussing hormone health.

“I am amazed at how many women approach me to share their hormone health story but feel they cannot talk to their partners or friends about how they are feeling. It’s time we start talking about our hormone health, educate ourselves on the symptoms and find solutions so we can live our best lives, every day,” Lorraine emphasised.

Also speaking with regard to broaching the topic, Cleanmarine Nutritional Therapist, Sarah Brereton, said that changes in diet can improve one’s hormone health.

“As a nutritional therapist I am very aware of my hormone health, but most women I speak to are not. Some simple changes to our diets and daily routines can bring immense improvements to hormone health. I am delighted to have the opportunity to educate women and help them get that all-important hormone health conversation started,” Sarah added.

To coincide with the campaign and educate women about hormone health and encourage them to join the conversation, Cleanmarine has also developed a ‘Book Club Hormone Health Pack’ to help women kick start their own chat about hormone health.

It includes a starter question guide, eight copies of ‘The Essential Guide to Female Hormones’ by nutritionist, Susie Debice and a panel of experts, bookmarks and some herbal tea. So, all you need to do is grab a kettle and your group of friends to start this important conversation today! For more information on hormone health log onto www.cleanmarine.ie/hormones

Tickets for the Westmeath Hormone Health talk are priced at just €10 each and includes refreshments and a copy of ‘The Essential Guide to Female Hormones’. Tickets are available to purchase via EventBrite hormonehealth40plus.eventbrite.ie or email [email protected].

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