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Mairin found out about agnus castus through the Women's Nutritional Advice Service (WNAS).
If you have been menopausal for 12 months, are not currently taking any other isoflavone rich or oestrogenic supplements, have not used HRT in the last three months and would like to take part, then contact the WNAS by email or telephone.
Many of the women questioned in the WNAS survey had tried other self-help measures.
Maryon Stewart of the WNAS says: `We recommend a diet free of caffeine and sugar, a maximum of three units of alcohol a week, three square meals a day with two non-sugary snacks in between, and lots of herb tea and water.
It's also the only supplement recommended by WNAS. 90 tablets, pounds 14.99, mail-order: 01892 554 355.
For more information on how the WNAS can help, contact them on 01273 487366 or on their web site www.wnas.org.uk
Phone consultations with the WNAS, on 01273-487366, cost [pound]48 for a one-off, or [pound]98 for three.
The WNAS, which treats women all over Britain and abroad, aims to improve women's long-term health naturally rather than with drugs.
But, she says, at least the WNAS has shown her how to control it.
The Women's Nutritional Advisory Service (WNAS) claimed its Zest for Life Plan, which involves cutting out foods thought to cause allergies, had an 82 per cent success rate in curing weight problems.
The Women's Nutritional Advisory Service (WNAS) has launched a booklet with advice on ways to treat the menopause naturally.
Stress depletes vitamins and minerals, especially the B vitamins, which are vital for a healthy nervous system, and magnesium and potassium, which help with muscle function, says Maryon Stewart at the Women's Nutritional Advisory Service (WNAS).
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