Is it Me or My Hormones? PDF ePub eBook

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Is it Me or My Hormones?  free pdf Many women will be familiar with the common dismissals they hear from other health-care professionals in regard to their concerns. It's 'just a normal part of being a woman' or 'not that important'. Marcelle Pick validates women's experience of hormonal issues and reassures them that with simple, natural changes, they can eliminate their cravings, depression, mood swings and weight gain, going on to feel energized, sexual, and in command of their lives. In Is It Me or My Hormones?, Marcelle Pick, MSN, OB/GYN NP, and author of The Core Balance Diet and Is It Me or My Adrenals?, delves into the often misunderstood world of female hormonal imbalance. Marcelle not only shares her expertise as a health-care professional, but also her personal struggles as a woman with hormonal imbalance. She explains that the right diet, exercise, supplements, herbs, and psychological support, occasionally complemented with bioidentical hormones, can free women from hormone disruption. Marcelle talks women through the basic science of how their hormones affect their body, mind, and emotions in chapters such as: My Awful PMS ...and How it Almost Killed me- Your Hormonal Symphony- Let Go of What Doesn't Work. ..- ...And Start Doing What Does- Get Rid of the Hormonal Disrupters!- and Sexy, Sensual, and Talking to Your Partner. Is it Me or My Hormones? also provides women with a combination of engaging patient anecdotes and a concrete and accessible integrated 30-day program that can balance their hormones and make them feel like themselves again.

About Marcelle Pick

Marcelle Pick co-founded Women to Women clinic with a vision to change women's health care, using a holistic approach that not only treats illness but also helps women make life choices to prevent disease. Certified as a nurse practitioner for both obstetrics and gynaecology and pediatrics, she has served as medical advisor to Healthy Living magazine, and appears regularly on television to discuss women's health. She is also the author of The Core Balance Diet. www.womentowomen.com

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Author : Marcelle Pick
Publisher : Hay House UK Ltd
Data Published : 03 April 2013
ISBN : 178180169X
EAN : 9781781801697
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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