Author can help women balance their hormones

Book launch 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30 at Sparkling HIll Resort.

Women can finally find out how to stop the needless suffering of out-of-balance hormones, following the release of “Get Off The PMS and Perimenopausal Roller Coaster: Learn 9 Natural Fast Track Solutions to Balanced Hormones.”

Brenda Eastwood, RNCP, is a leading international expert on women’s health and hormones.  Having suffered her own past challenges (including infertility and premature menopause at 32), Eastwood is passionate about sharing her effective easy-to-implement solutions. Drawing on over 30 years of experience, she knows what works and what doesn’t.

Hormonal health goes far beyond dealing with hot flashes, PMS and night sweats,” said Eastwood. “Out of balance hormones can also cause unjustified weight gain, fatigue, insomnia, headaches, skin problems, low sex drive, mood swings and more.”

Eastwood understands that a one-size-fits-all solution to hormone balancing does not exist.  Her book maps out a step-by-step solution for determining the underlying causes, and then provides simple yet detailed instructions for creating a customized plan to achieve balance.

You can’t fix a problem with the wrong tools,” said Eastwood. “If you’re tired of confusing, complicated and contradictory opinions, you’ll appreciate how I explain hormones in an easy to understand, lively and often humorous way.”

The book launch, sponsored by Woman Of Worth WOW Worldwide,  includes “It’s All About Hormones” (Eastwood’s signature seminar), held at Sparkling Hill Resort on May 30, 6:30-8:30pm.  Pre-registration required, with entrance by donation at the door in any amount (in lieu of usual $79 fee), with all money raised going to local women’s charities.  The author will also be available to autograph her book.

  • Understand how to stop hot flashes, night sweats, painful periods, premature aging, PMS and more.
  • Discover misleading health advice that causes headaches, cravings, muscle pain, protruding belly, insomnia and depression.
  • Learn one incredibly simple strategy to improve everything on your health wish list from younger looking skin to a slimmer body and more energy.

I invite all women who want to look and feel fabulous to attend the seminar,” said Eastwood. It allows me to personally connect with you, and bring the book to life.”

For more information and to register go to:

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