Susan Weed Has Appeared on NBC News, NPR and in Prevention Magazine. Will appear October 22, 2009 at 11 a.m. (Pacific Time) on the VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness Channel.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 17, 2009 — Menopause is often the most challenging time in a woman’s life. The mental and physical changes can wreak havoc. Yet, once a woman withstands menopause a world open to new doors of possibilities, can unfold.
The recent bad news about the dangers of taking drugs for Hormonal Replacement Therapies, make it more important than ever to find safe, natural alternatives.
Claudine and her guests will show you how to navigate through the treacherous seas of menopause and guide you to the tranquil waters. Joining Claudine on her “Stay Sane Now” Radio Show, on Thursday, Oct. 22, for a show entitled “Surviving Menopause” will be Susun Weed one of the world’s most renowned herbalists, and holistic health practitioner Kathryn Morrow. Join Claudine and her guests to discuss the safe natural way to experience menopause and other women’s health issues.
Susan Weed is one of the most renowned herbalists in the world. She has appeared on many television and radio shows, including National Public Radio and NBC News. She has been interviewed for countless newspapers and magazines, including Prevention Magazine.
Being an herbalist runs in Susun Weed’s family. Her great grandmother was an herbalist in her village in Switzerland. She has been involved with helping women with their health since 1972.
Susun Weed is the author of four major books dealing with childbearing, menopause and breast cancer. Her book, New Menopausal Years, the Wise Woman Way, published in 1992 and updated in 2002, pioneered the use of herbs for menopause, years before Hormone Replacement Therapy was found to cause heart disease and cancer. She is the founder of the Wise Woman Way Center in Woodstock, NY, where she teaches classes and workshops on herbal medicine. No doubt, she’ll impart plenty of her hard won tips and advice for you, on the show.
Kathryn Morrow began her journey into holistic practice after she obtained her nursing degree in 1976. She is a Doctor of Divinity in Holistic Health, and is on the board of the Lupus Foundation. She teaches and consults in alternative therapies and holistic nutrition, specializing in diseases.
She’ll discuss what foods promote women’s health and a healthy, change of life. And more importantly what foods should be avoided. She’ll tell you how to know what’s really in your food and what the food and drug companies don’t want you to know.
Menopause is too often a topic relegated to the hushed tones of a doctor’s office. Claudine will take on the topic directly and empower women to take control of their own bodies.
“Stay Sane Now” host Claudine Struck recently released a three book series called, How to Stay Sane When Life Isn’t – 10 Tools Each, for Renewing Your Mind, Body and Spirit. Claudine is a coach, a certified yoga instructor, massage therapist and a personal trainer. Her practice helps others deepen their lives, create an easy spiritual practice, and reconnect with themselves, to stay sane in an insane world. Visit her website – http://www.staysanenow.com.
Stay Sane Now airs live on Thursdays at 11 a.m. (Pacific); 1 p.m. (Central); 2 p.m. (Eastern) on the VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness Channel.
To access the show, log on at http://www.modavox.com/voiceamericahealth. All shows will be available in Claudine Struck’s Content Library on the VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness Channel for on-demand and podcast download.