Join me for a Free Class on Hormones Next Week!
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
Tipping the Scale: The Role Your Hormones Play in Influencing Your Health, Happiness & Weight Loss Goals
a free 90-minute webinar on October 26th at 9am PT/ 12pm ET
Last week I did indeed email you to let you know that I’ll soon be offering a free seminar on the hierarchy of hormones that leave the needle on the scale tipping in the wrong direction no matter what you eat, say or do.
You’re not crazy.
Whether or not you’ve come to accept the internal havoc that can result from myriad hormonal shifts and transitions, you may actually have more authority over the situation than you realize.
P.S. Hey, if you can’t join me on Saturday October 26th at 9am PT / 12pm ET, you don’t have to miss out! Go ahead and sign-up here and you’ll receive the seminar recording right in your inbox later that weekend.
P.P.S. If you’ve got any questions for us, let us know! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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