Wednesday, January 15, 2014

title pic “WOMEN’S CHAMPION” – MENTORING THROUGH MENOPAUSE BOOTCAMP

Posted by kathryn on September 20, 2012

Hello Ladies, I would like to talk to you today about my up and coming Mentoring Through Menopause Boot Camp.  This is the first of its kind in the UK.   I am working tirelessly to lift the taboos over discussion of the menopause and have found a new way to empower women to enjoy […]

title pic STRESS TIPS – How could Adrenal Fatigue be affecting your life?

Posted by kathryn on August 2, 2012

Our second guest blogger for this week is Dr. Alison Grimston http://www.dralisongrimston.com/blog/ (please scroll down on this linkto view Alison’s blog). I have met Alison several times and have learned, over mant coffees together, that she was in the process of creating her transition from Family Doctor to Holistic Medical Practitioner. Our subjects clearly go […]

title pic THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE?

Posted by kathryn on June 13, 2012

After experiencing years of debilitating menopausaul symptoms, Kathryn Colas offers a new solution to this age old problem. Menopause has been described as a passing phase, a natural symptom of ageing and, not least, biological sabotage, lasting from 5 – 8 years.  At no other time do women experience such physiological and psychological changes.  Some […]

title pic #18: Bio-identical hormones from your GP?

Posted by kathryn on May 1, 2012

You heard right! Listen or read on to identify what to ask for. SH interviews Prof John Studd who continues to care about improving hormonal health in women. SimplyHormones Presents: Professor Studd on Bio-identical Hormones KC:      I’d like to talk if I may about bio identical hormones. A lot of women are very interested in […]

title pic #17: Osteoporosis – the brittle bone disease you can prevent

Posted by kathryn on April 24, 2012

SimplyHormones presents: An Interview with Prof John Studd, Vice President National Osteoporosis Society and Chairman of the British Menopause Society.  Osteoporosis is a natural disease of aging but one we can ALL do something about – this brittle bone disease most often eats away at bones  after degeneration of hormones at menopause.

title pic #16: Testosterone puts your lights back on!

Posted by kathryn on April 18, 2012

Testosterone for libido, oestrogen for depression – when the imbalance of hormones with monthly PMT and later on menopause are the cause depression, why are women referred to psychiatrists and prescribed mind-numbing anti-psychotic drugs? You may well ask! Prof. John Studd, specialist  obstetrician and gynaecologist tells us here, in the first of three interviews, about […]

title pic #10: Cervical Cancer is a known STI

Posted by kathryn on April 10, 2012

My interview with Gill Burgess tells you everything you ever wanted to know about this silent killer; cervical smears – why they’re important and much much more.  Gill Burgess is the Cancer Screening Co-ordinator for Croydon PCT, specialising in Breast, Bowel and Cervical Cancers.

title pic DON’T MENTION THE M-WORD

Posted by kathryn on February 29, 2012

Millions of women are unsure how to recognise the first signs of menopause. It can be a frightening time. By taking steps earlier on, you can avoid problems later. When does it happen? Around the age of 40. • The first stage is ‘peri-menopause, when you may start to notice changes in your menstrual cycle […]

title pic Why gain weight as you age?

Posted by kathryn on December 12, 2011

Tanith Lee, friend, early pauser and specialist fitness coach explains HOW NOT to fall into this trap!! http://on.fb.me/s49PZW

title pic Are you part of the sandwich generation?

Posted by kathryn on November 21, 2011

There is so much more help available now. http://bit.ly/v9uYIU  I didn’t get a chance to care for my mother, she had a heart attack and died. My father has always been my bete noir-always so grumpy and demanding and made decisions where I had to drop everything to deal with it (selling his flat for […]