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Debut book from Cambridge-based author Amanda Ryder seeks to help women with menopause

Amanda Ryder is a degree-qualified nutritionist from Barton. Her new book, Feel Good for Menopause, gets to the bottom of the menopause.

Amanda Ryder. Picture: Leti Ryder
Amanda Ryder. Picture: Leti Ryder

Amanda’s experience of perimenopause was not a good one. She was suffering with waves of anxiety, stress and depression and felt that she had lost her identity.

Despite over a decade of working as a nutritional therapist, she soon learned that at this stage of her life a new approach was needed.

Amanda’s debut book takes you on a journey to a happier, healthier you – tackling subjects such as weight gain, gut health, the Asian approach, and why anyone would even consider hormone replacement therapy.

Amanda Ryder. Picture: Marcus Beard
Amanda Ryder. Picture: Marcus Beard

Amanda said: “My intention with this book is to empower, educate and inspire women to take care of themselves and go forward with the strength, health, and vitality they need to feel good in their midlife and beyond.

“Empowering women through the menopause is something personal to me. Having gone through menopause, I know first-hand what it is like when you feel you are settling for someone you do not recognise. This is my recipe for feeling good.

“There are currently 13 million women in the UK that are menopausal and only a small percentage receive the help they need; I want to change this through sharing my experience and knowledge with as many people as possible.”

The book is available at bit.ly/3RVGLcq.

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