Monday, Sept 24th 6.30-8.30pm or
Tuesday, Nov 13th 2-4pm or
Monday, Jan 28th 6.30-8.30pm
Ways to Optimize,
7844 E. 9th Ave,
Denver CO 80230
Sex hormone imbalances are responsible for a lot of suffering!
From puberty on, women endure fluctuations in their hormones and can experience PMS, hot flashes, low libido, acne, unwanted hair growth, and the list goes on.
For men, too, sex hormone imbalances are real and can cause low libido, affect sexual performance, reduce muscle mass and strength, and cause mood issues.
The good news is that many of these symptoms can actually be alleviated by natural means and without hormone replacement.
Nutritionist, Amanda Halliday, explains how your body makes sex hormones and what that means for your diet and lifestyle.
Learn some of the causes of hormonal imbalance that you may not have thought about and some that may surprise you.
Identify which hormonal imbalances may be affecting you and get some easy to implement tips on how to begin reinstating hormonal balance.
Want to feel vibrant and sexy again? Then let’s stop suffering and do something about it!
What People Are Saying!
Very knowledgeable - interesting. Better understanding of how hormones impact everything!
Very knowledgeable - stop eating sugar! Michelle M.
Very prepared and creates a nice learning, sharing environment. Good ideas and a starting point to continue this approach. Sharon J.
Amanda is calm and organized and packed our class with information. It's complicated but there are things you can do for hormonal health. Kathryn J.
Lots of suggestions to try and thoughts around determining issues. Gloria E.
Loved seeing you shine, Amanda! You have so much to offer the world & I'm grateful that you are -- in a way that is so full of joy, freedom, ease & authenticity. Lovely! Lisa F
You rocked it! Such good information and advice!
Excellent teacher and very knowledgeable.
Enjoyable and informative!
Amanda gave a clear and information packed presentation that helps you to examine your possible next step in supporting your hormones nutritionally.
Amanda you gave a great talk that gave a lot of food for thought!
Your talk so timely and helpful! You're a wealth of information! Thank you!
Amanda's presentation was very informative and beneficial.