Managing Menopausal Symptoms with Nutrition

  • Wednesday 23rd October 2019
  • 6-7.30pm

A practical and insightful talk about the part nutrition can play in managing the menopause.

This event is free, but please book here so we can manage number of attendees.

Nutritional therapist Emma Dawson presents a practical and insightful talk about the part nutrition can play in managing some of the unpleasant effects of the menopause, from hot flushes to mood swings and everything in between.

The talk will last about an hour, with 30 minutes at the end for questions. Also included is a free shopping list of the food items she refers to.

About Emma

Emma is a skilled Nutritional Therapist Practitioner with a First Class BSc Honours Degree and extensive experience at Nuffield Health and in private nutritional practice.

With special interests in menopause, hormonal balance and brain health Emma has provided nutritional support to people with a variety of health goals including digestive health, improved sleep patterns, weight management, hormonal imbalance and metabolic disorders.

Emma has extensive experience of giving training, group-work and seminars on nutrition based subjects including Female Hormonal Balance, Brain Health, ‘Food and Mood’, Healthy Weight and managing stress. She has worked with wide ranging teams including BBC Bristol, BANES Council, Lloyds TSB, Aviva, Badminton School, Redmaids School, National Health Visitor Conferences, Imperial Tobacco, Rolls Royce and Hargreaves Lansdown.

As a licensed Brain Health (formerly Action Against Alzheimer’s) Practitioner with Cytoplan and currently running Brain Health Programmes throughout Bristol, Emma has an in depth knowledge of how nutrition can support memory, mood and reduce brain fog.

Fresh from an interview on the Laura Rawlings BBC Radio Bristol Show on 7th September, Emma has spoken on radio shows on a number of nutritional topics including ‘food and mood’, brain health, how to balance blood sugar levels, January detox and healthy weight loss.

Emma has written articles for several publications including Bristol Life, MSN, Men’s Health, Women’s Health & Hudterapeuten the Scandinavian Beauty Journal where Emma was commissioned to research and critique the best supplements for nail health.

Affiliations include membership of British Association for Applied Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

This event is free, but please book here so we can manage number of attendees.

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