A host of well-known Woman’s Health Advocates attended the ‘Meno Active – Menopause & Me with Tamzin Outhwaite’ wellness lunch in the Secret Garden of The Alex Hotel, Dublin..
Meno Active ambassador Tamzin Outhwaite commented: “When I found MenoActive, I thought that’s everything in one go. The last six months I have been on it, I have felt the best I have ever been!”
The event was a ball of positive energy, with a fountain of knowledge on all things menopause related. The room was filled with so much empowerment and strength as every aspect of menopause was discussed in detail and no stone was left unturned. Panellists and Guests shared their personal stories – their highs, their lows, and everything in between.
The events aim was to join the conversation, raise further awareness, and inspire attendees to get the most out of their day and enrich their lives whilst going through menopause and perimenopause.
The event kicked off with a panel discussion hosted by Dr. Ciara Kelly, Tamzin Outhwaite and Dr. Fiona Barry PhD. Actress and Meno Active Ambassador, Tamzin Outhwaite – provided her menopause story and how she came to try Meno Active, how it has supported her, what she likes about it and how she has included it in her daily routine. Women’s Health Advocate – Dr. Fiona Barry PhD, owner of two female wellness clinics in Cork and a key member of the formulation team of Meno Active, talked all about the formulation itself and the use of the botanical ingredients. Fiona also spoke about her experience in her clinic with women and about looking at menopause from a holistic perspective, as you need to support the journey with more than one thing. Radio Presenter and Former GP – Dr. Ciara Kelly facilitated both Tamzin and Fiona’s conversations whilst adding in her own expertise and personal stories.
When Meno Active was being created, it was much more than just creating asupplement that supports woman during menopause – It was about opening theconversation about menopause and giving as much information as possible, which isso desperately needed for women on this journey. Menopause education andawareness is something that the Meno Active team will continue to escalate as highas possible, so that women all over the world will never feel like they must go through this alone.
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