No More PMS! No more symptoms
No more suffering-within 4 months.
Maryon Stewart and her team at The Women's Nutritional Advisory Service have pioneered a highly successful programme to overcome pre-menstrual syndrome, enabling nine out of ten women to find relief within 4 months.
No More PMS! draws on over 14 years of scientifically ground -breaking work from the WNAS programme. It will enable you to devise a tailor-made diet to overcome PMS and includes the latest advice on:
*The cause of PMS
*In-depth personal stories
*Precise dietary changes, supported by scientific explanation
*The role of supplements
*Why regular exercise is so important
Maryon Stewart studied preventive dentistry and nutrition at the Royal Dental Hospital in London and worked as a counsellor with nutritional doctors in England for four years. At the beginning of 1984 she set up the PMT Advisory Service which has subsequently helped thousands of women worldwide. In 1987 she launched the Women's Nutritional Advisory Service which provides broader help to women of all ages. Maryon Stewart is the author of the best-selling books No More PMS! (Formerly Beat PMS Through Diet), now in its third edition, Beat Sugar Craving, Beat Menopause without HRT, Healthy Parents, Healthy Baby and Every Woman's Health Guide. She is the co-author of The Vitality Diet, No more IBS! , The PMS Cookbook and Every woman's Health Guide. She has her own weekly radio programme on health and nutrition, has co-written several medical papers and has written articles for many magazines including Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan , Chat, Woman's Journal, BBC Good Health, Woman's Own, Health & Fitness and for both the Daily Mirror and Daily Mail. She has also appeared on several popular TV magazine shows, such as TV AM, GMTV, Top of the Morning, Channel Four Food File, BBC Here & Now, Good Morning with Anne & Nick, Reportage, Meridian, Carlton, MSkyB, The Miriam Stoppard Health & Beauty Show, This Morning, People Mill, Channel Four, Streetwise and TVS. She has contributed regularly to Capitol Woman, has done a series of programmes for Yorkshire TV's 'Help Yourself' programmes and has helped Anglia TV with the 'Bodyworks' series. Maryon has written her own regular page in the magazines House and Garden and Healthy Eating, and now is both advisor and contributor to Good Health Magazine. She is on a Panel of Advisors for First Steps Magazine and frequently lectures to both the lay public and the medical profession. She is married to Dr Alan Stewart and they live in Lewes, Sussex, with their four children.