Today is T-Tapp Deep Discount Tuesday!
The sale is for a special package includes Mindful Movement for Healthy Hormones DVD + Mary Shomon’s Menopause Thyroid Solution paperback book set for only $23.50!
From now thru Tuesday 7/19.
Mindful Movement for Healthy Hormones
This DVD contains two workouts – one with instruction and one without. Its special sequence of mindful movement using T-Tapp muscle activation techniques can help your body increase energy, decrease inflammation, improve metabolic and lymphatic function, as well as thyroid and adrenal health.
If you’re one of the forty million American women struggling through menopause or have post partum hormonal issues, you probably already know all about the symptoms of fatigue, weight gain and depression. T-Tapp’s Method of mindful movement, as taught in this workout, can help you improve your metabolism and increase your energy to help offset the drop in reproductive hormones that can frequently trigger a thyroid slowdown.
This DVD can be used to get started with T-Tapp or to teach you the tweaks in form you need to achieve more hormonal balanced. Instructional workout is 41 minute and the full workout is 27 minutes.
The Menopause Thyroid Solution (Mary Shomon’s best-selling book)
From New York Times bestselling author and nationally recognized patient advocate Mary J. Shomon comes a groundbreaking guide to safely managing menopause through a better understanding of and better care for your thyroid. You may not even need hormone therapy, wild yam and progesterone creams, or herbs like black cohosh for a symptom-free menopause. What you really need is to begin to pay attention to your thyroid. In The Menopause Thyroid Solution, Mary J. Shomon will help you: Recognize the symptoms of a thyroid problem versus those of menopause. Learn how to get your problems diagnosed and treated. Find out what and how to eat, what medications to consider, what supplements to take, and what lifestyle changes to make Improve your metabolism.
About the Author: Diagnosed with a thyroid disease in 1995, Mary J. Shomon has transformed her health challenges into a mission as a nationally known patient advocate.
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