5 Steps to PMS Freedom: Female Health Webinars Part 1

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5 Steps to PMS Freedom: Female Health Webinars Part 1
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This fascinating webinar explores the different factors affecting female hormones and how these come about. Sarah covers everything from stress to environmental factors. PMS affects most women, but symptoms can range from mild physical and emotional which aren’t troublesome, to severe symptoms which have a dominating effect on patients’ lives. Severe symptoms affect up to 30% of women. Common symptoms usually include headaches, cramping, bloating, blood sugar and mood swings which can all be supported. Sarah breaks this information down into five easy steps, including the use of:
       • Myo-inisitol to support ovarian function
       • DIM to support healthy oestrogen clearance
       • Milk protein hydrolysate which supports the response to stress,
         enabling those who suffer severe symptoms to deal with them
         more calmly.

Date Recorded: May 2015

CPD Hours: 1 Credit.

Shortly after purchasing you will receive an email from Nutri Advanced with details on how to access this webinar. This usually happens within 1 working day.



Sarah Sharpe BSc (Hons)

Sarah Sharpe BSc (Hons)

Sarah graduated in 1999 from the University of Surrey with an honours degree in Nutrition and has been a nutritionist with Nutri for over ten years, working as a key member of the company’s busy technical team. Her experience of helping practitioners to use nutrition as part of a successful patient protocol as well as additional training, such as the AFMCP course, means she excels in educating others and has become a popular speaker. Sarah is passionate about combining lifestyle medicine and functional medicine in the quest to improve health.


Nutri Advanced supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Results may vary between individuals.