Hello Waikato Ladies. From peri-menopause to post-menopause, women the world over find that this is the time in their lives when their usual routines for weight management no longer work. But much of this is to do with not sleeping and changes to our liver as we age, rather than our diet or exercise.
If you’re as frustrated and confused about your changing shape and waistline during menopause as I was, then I’m so excited to be hosted by Waikato University’s Health & Fitness Manager, Nick Read, to deliver my live seminar to you. Please join Nick and I on WEDNESDAY, November 13th for your ‘Masterclass on Menopause Weight Loss’.
When you come along to this powerful seminar, you’ll discover why weight management is such an issue for our health and why our menopause transition is the catalyst for this. I’ve called my live-event ‘Transform Me’ because when I researched weight gain in mid-life as part of my women’s healthy ageing studies and then put in place scientifically evidenced strategies that were relevant to women in menopause, rather than the popular dieting and exercise strategies that are marketed as a one-size-fits-all approach, that’s what it did for me too.
This is what this seminar is about. I am a leading wellness educator in New Zealand, following careers in nursing and then working in the health and fitness industry. I have lectured in numerous topics at Waikato University, from physiology to nutrition and wellbeing. But this seminar is the most important one I have delivered. I want to get the word out that MID-LIFE MENOPAUSE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT matters to women’s health as we age.
In an ageing world, women must remain healthy, relevant and energetic. We are often still working and there’s still a lot that is going on in our lives. As well, women’s longevity research suggests that we have another 30 years of living to do, so we need to manage our health, weight and energy as we age. If your menopause transition has blind-sided your energy, your weight and your mojo, then please join me at Waikato University, Hamilton, at this live-event. I won’t let you down.
Dr Wendy Sweet, PhD
Women’s Healthy Ageing Researcher and MyMT™ Creator and Coach