Tauranga, New Zealand – If you aren’t sleeping and menopause symptoms are keeping you confused then join us for your ‘Masterclass on Menopause’, May 10th

I never turn down an invitation to go and present my ‘Masterclass on Menopause’ seminar to mid-life women. So, when local Personal Trainer, Ann Wicken from RISE Food & Fitness, teamed up with local Cancer-Care Nursing Co-ordinator, Jane Edwards, I was so excited to return to Tauranga for this brand new seminar. “My own fascination…

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Feeling Frustrated Friday? Then welcome to more hot flushes if you are in menopause!

How is your Friday going everyone? I called this post, ‘Feeling Frustrated Friday‘ for a reason. Not only because I was sitting in endless traffic today going nowhere (only people living in large cities, such as in Auckland, New Zealand will get this point) but also because the more frustrated I felt, the more I…

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Are you a night-shift worker and going through menopause? Then let’s have a chat about your Vitamin D levels!

I’ve been thinking a lot about nurses lately. Not just because it’s nearly ANZAC Day and I will be thinking about all the brave nurses [such as Matron Margaret Wilson from Australia in the photo here], who worked so hard in WW1 and WW2 . And not because I used to be one either. But…

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With MyMT™ & Blue Zones research by your side, you discover the freedom of feeling healthy again!

The island of Ikaria off the coast of Greece is home to some of the healthiest, most vibrant older women on earth. Their lifestyles were researched by Dr Gianni Pes, from the University of Sassari in Italy and Ikaria became part of the Blue Zones group of countries. This is a term coined by Belgian…

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5 Reasons for your Weight Gain in Menopause

“If your waist is ‘thickening’ and your body-shape is changing and you are going through menopause, then let me explain why.”   [Dr Wendy Sweet, Women’s Healthy Ageing Researcher & MyMT Coach] Is your waist feeling ‘thicker’? Are you feeling ‘bloated’? Are you already overweight going into or through menopause? Is the belly-fat creeping on and your…

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We all had oestrogen back in 1974 when Jaynie Parkhouse won her Commonwealth Games gold medal …. and what a difference it made to our strength & endurance!

Following my women’s healthy ageing research, I can see that the contribution of oestrogen deficiency in the development of many chronic diseases, especially obesity and heart disease in women, is now emerging as a new challenge in the 21st Century. Nineteen cities in seven countries have hosted the Commonwealth Games. This week they are being…

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