The Good Menopause Guide

‘Filled with a wealth of invaluable information…after reading this you will feel empowered and ready to take on the world’ – Lorraine Kelly OBE

The ultimate guide to looking and feeling your radiant best throughout the perimenopause, menopause and beyond

‘I have always found it curious that we talk openly about pregnancy and birth but when it comes to an equally important phase in our lives – the menopause – there is an audible silence… I want all of you who read this book to know you have the tools to feel and look your radiant best. And more than that, I want my daughters – and yours – to embrace the menopause as simply another phase in our lives which is natural and liberating.’

Liz Earle, MBE, is one of the world’s most respected and trusted authorities on wellbeing. Following on from her bestselling books Skin and The Good Gut Guide, this beautifully illustrated guide shares all of the information, tips and advice you need for a healthy menopause. She provides guidance on how to balance your hormones, the importance of a nourishing diet, the myths and facts about HRT, osteoporosis, how to optimise bone health, and how to boost energy and self-esteem.

An expert on beauty, Liz Earle also provides advice on how to take special care of skin, hair and nails, and how to combat ageing with supplements. She also shares 60 nutritious recipes – including many suitable for vegetarians – to help you feel and look your best.

‘Liz Earle’s practical, honest and uplifting book will help women become stronger as we navigate the Menopause. It’s time to celebrate a new chapter in our lives’ – Kirsty Wark

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2 Responses to The Good Menopause Guide

  1. C. Beales says:

    Great and useful book – but poor print.

  2. Snow White says:

    At last a book I can relate too When I first started looking for information on the peri menopause/menopause some 10 years ago, I was left wanting and lost. Most books I found were by American authors offering a American view, along with similar advise that was difficult to translate within this country because of the type of health care and resources in the UK. This book is just what I needed then and still need now. Bringing me to tears as I could relate to and understand within my own context. The advise is refreshing,…