The author presents these techniques as steps, emphasizing that none are a pre-requisite for the other but work best when practiced together. The steps are simple to understand with easy explanations devoid of hard to pronounce words, exotic therapies, and difficult scientific processes.
Instead the author focuses on giving the reader tangible steps to take, asserting: "This guide is about giving you options you can find anywhere. I don't want to blow your mind with what you could include that may work, but rather introduce you to what you should include that will likely benefit you."
Complete with testimonials from the author's own clients, this short guide proves to be useful in helping women manage the discomforts of menopause naturally in a safe, gentle, and effective manner.
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About the Author
She received her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to naturopathic medical school, she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology, magna cum laude, from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas.
She now practices alternative medicine in Texas with a particular focus in women's and children's health.
After seeing the positive and irrefutable impact of naturopathic medicine on clients during her naturopathic clinical training, she became an advocate of natural therapeutics that offer effective, gentle, and safe alternatives to address health concerns and promote optimal health and wellness.