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Wellness and weight loss for menopause and midlife

Updates and information provided on a daily basis over 12 weeks, providing videos, chats, links and group support.

Accessible at the time that best fits you, and available for you to re-visit as often as you wish on the Facebook group. 

Topics covered:

* Menopause     *Hormones     *Sleep/Mindfulness/Relaxation     *Gut health and inflammation     *Nutrition / diet    * Bone health     *Metabolism     *Exercise

Contact name:
Elaine
Telephone:
07583 042136
Sector:
Public

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Help and support for women who have experience of mental health issues. Why not try something new or get back into something you enjoy doing?