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Group Education - High Value, Low Cost


Menopause & Metabolic Health

Menopause and perimenopause can challenge a woman's health and quality of life, but the risks and symptoms can be managed effectively. 


Dr Terri-Lynne South will dispel some myths and misconceptions about menopause and discuss management options, focusing on metabolic health and weight control.


Non-Hungry Eating - How to Manage

Whether it is cravings, comfort eating, or having an uncontrollable sweet tooth, this type of non-hungry eating, when in excess, can have a negative impact on your health.


In this group, hear from the Lifestyle Metabolic experts on how to reign in any concerning non-hungry eating.


Stress Management 101

Prolonged or chronic stress disrupts hormonal balances, leading to issues such as elevated blood pressure, weakened immune function, and increased risk of heart disease.


It can also impair digestion, disturb sleep patterns, and contribute to mental health disorders like anxiety and depression.

Learn more about stress and its management to lessen the negative impacts on your health.​​​


The Low Down on Low Carbohydrate

Go to the web and you will find many different eating style recommendations. It can be hard to know what to do and who to believe.


Take a deeper dive into an option that is increasing in evidence: Lower Carbohydrate Eating.


The session will cover

* what is a diet carbohydrate diet

* who may benefit from low-carb eating

* pros, cons, and considerations

* practical tips and tricks

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PCOS - Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS is very common.


Symptoms include subfertility, weight gain, acne, and excessive hair growth on the face and body.


PCOS is also linked to long-term health risks such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.


Symptom management and treatment options include lifestyle changes, hear the latest practical advice from our experts.


Insomnia - an introduction

Sleep quality and quantity are integral to metabolic health.

Sleep is not just about feeling well-rested and refreshed in the morning. In fact, it plays a crucial role in our overall health and well-being.


Many people suffer from chronic inadequate sleep, hear why this is a problem and what you can do about it.  

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