Getting overheated or experiencing hot flashes?
Having difficulty sleeping throughout the night?
If you’re in your 40s-50s you may be experiencing the unwanted effects of peri/menopause. Does that mean you have to give in to these crappy symptoms?
You don’t have to ‘learn to live’ with menopausal issues like daily fatigue, insomnia, hot flashes, night sweats, bloating, brain fog, stubborn belly fat or mood changes.
By the time women come to me they have tried the fad diets, the random supplements that a friend suggested but most of all they are tired! Tired of feeling crappy and tired of being a lesser version of who they once were.
If you’re here, then a quick and easily solution probably didn’t work well for you. And you didn’t see lasting results.
Can’t I wait it out? Won’t these symptoms go away as I get older?
Maybe the symptoms will dissipate but what’s more likely is that those symptoms will worsen with time. The key hormones are fluctuating during the perimenopause stage can continue to impact our heart, brain, digestion, bones and more! The reality is that although menopause is a natural part of a women’s life it is not meant to be difficult.
What you need to do is identify your triggers, relief your worst symptoms as quickly as possible and then start building the foundations of health so you keep your results for good.
Natural hormone support for women in their 40-50s (and even 60s).
87% experience hot flashes & sweating at night
75% live with daily fatigue
60% report trouble sleeping
50% notice a difference in their mood
This program was designed for you if you are experiencing any combination of these symptoms:
…and that’s a short list.
Easy to use online platform. We promise! Request a tutorial if you’re worried about it!
Weekly live teaching and discussions to help you implement your step-by-step plan.
Weekly customized feedback and Q&A to help you move forward
One-on-one customized support with a 30 minute session with Dr. Rupa ND to ensure that you don’t get stuck and achieve your desired outcomes
A range of resources, tools and self assessment worksheets to track your progress
Yes. You can pay in two easy payments of $330 each. The first payment is due upon signing up for the program and second payment is due 3 weeks later. If you decide to pay in full at the time of sign up, you get a $105 discount.
Many extended insurance plans will cover the cost of the 1:1 naturopathic appointment. If you have employee benefits or third-party private insurance, it may cover all or part of the cost of this therapeutic treatment program. It is your responsibility to contact your insurance provider and confirm whether your plan covers naturopathic medicine, including group treatment. Following receipt of your payment after the session, you will be provided with an itemized receipt to submit to your insurance provider. For those of you who don’t have insurance plans to cover the cost of care, you may claim the cost of the program as a medical expense; consult your tax professional for advice and assistance.
Not every week. Although we can provide you with a flurry of information, bottom line is that your body will need time to create those subtle changes in your hormones. Instead, we have Ask Anything drop in group meetings to provide clarification, troubleshoot and celebrate wins!
You will be given access to a platform with all the replay videos so you can keep up and stay on track in the comfort of your home.
Any of your questions can also be asked at the Ask Anything sessions as well as in your 1:1 appointment.
Not quite. This program is a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy, although Dr. Rupa Salwan ND does assess women for the use of hormone replacement in her clinic.
Because you need a prescription for BHRT (bio-identical hormone replacement therapy) it is best to see Dr. Rupa Salwan, naturopathic doctor,in her private practice. This program includes a 1:1 session with her however, you may need more testing and a longer appointment to decide of this is a good option for you.
Book a clarity call for more personalized information.
Yes! Modern hysterectomies remove the uterus WITHOUT removal of the ovaries. This means that although you may be not be bleeding anymore, the hormone imbalances may still occur because of the effects of the ovaries and other glands within.
As long as you are experiencing the typical symptoms of menopause then you can benefit.