Palaeolithic humans are thought to have consumed between 200 and 400 plant food groups in a calendar year, whilst the modern western diet struggles to provide more than a couple of dozen. These stark differences between where we come from and what we get must have an acute impact upon our constitutional heath and particularly in hormone health, where throughout human history we have relied upon a primarily plant based diet to meet with the challenges of human existence.

It seems that in modern women’s health, the shortfall in phyto-nutrients becomes even more acute; where demand outstrips supply and endometriosis, inconsistency in the menstrual cycle and symptoms associated to menopause and perimenopause can severely diminish an individuals quality of life. The question is, can we look at introducing more herbs into the diet? Or can the addition of herbal remedies unlock a better experience of women’s health?

Join Edward Joy on the 27th September to find out more.

Date: 27 September 2023

Time: 11am

Cost: Free

Location: Online

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