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Nutrition, Herbal Medicine and Lifestyle Support for Perimenopause
Perimenopause feels confusing, frustrating, and scary for most women and it is crucial for naturopathic practitioners to have a deep understanding of this transitional life stage. This webinar will discuss the pivotal role of nutrition and health practitioners in making this life stage a happier one, especially when conventional support isn’t enough.

You will learn about:

The distinctive characteristics of perimenopause versus menopause and why perimenopause deserves its very own appropriate support
Functional testing relevant at this stage of life
Herbs, botanicals and nutritional interventions that can be used alongside medication and prescribed hormones

Oct 20, 2022 06:30 PM in London

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Lorna Driver-Davies
Lorna Driver-Davies, Nutritional Therapist, Naturopathy and Functional Medicine. Head of Nutrition, Wild Nutrition. Lorna has guest lectured for CNM since 2010. Lorna’s clinical focus for over a decade has been in women’s hormone and gynaecological health, nutrition botanicals. With a strong focus on Perimenopause, this has provided her with deep clinical experience that has enabled her to develop highly specific protocols. Lorna’s other special interest areas include Perimenopause in Endometriosis, PCOS and in thyroid disease such as Hashimotos. Lorna is the Nutrition speaker for the Endometriosis for the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy annual conference. She also regularly comments to the press and media on Perimenopause and mentors fellow health practitioners and students. She also contributed an evidence-based peer-reviewed case analysis chapter on nutrition for Endometriosis and hormone balance in the textbook ‘Case Studies in Personalized Nutrition’.