Menopocalypse: How I Learned to Thrive During Menopause and How You Can Too
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About the Author
AMANDA THEBE is a personal trainer with over twenty years of experience in the fitness industry. She is a popular guest on podcasts and online summits, and her health and fitness tips have been featured in media outlets like Shape, Prevention, Healthline, and Global News. She lives in Houston, Texas.
"Amanda Thebe does a marvelous job of evidence-based storytelling and self-help counseling, in words and pictures, with humor and confidence. I am so excited that women of all ages will now have Menopocalypse to guide them through their lifetime journeys within their bodies!"
--Susan M. Kleiner, PhD, RD, author of The New Power Eating
"Amanda Thebe is the guide every woman deserves to have at her side as she moves into the mysterious post-reproductive years. Menopocalypse equips us with the strategies our doctors and friends might not share--important pieces of information that reassure us we can survive, we will survive, and we might even find our post-menopocalyptic selves stronger and more capable than ever before."
--Georgie Fear, RD, CSSD, author of Give Yourself MORE
"A must-have for any woman over 40. Amanda Thebe breaks down menopause in an easy-to-understand way, and delivers science-based diet and lifestyle recommendations with levity and clarity. I'm buying a copy for all of my friends."
--Abby Langer, RD, author of Good Food, Bad Diet
"Perimenopause and menopause can be very difficult times for women, both physically and emotionally. This book will help to empower women with information and advice so they can enjoy positive and healthy lives beyond their menopause."
--Dr. Louise Newson, GP and menopause specialist, developer of My Menopause Doctor
"Amanda's tell-all book Menopocalypse spares nothing of her personal experience going through menopause and serves as an inspiration to women all over the world. Opening up about menopause and discussing how options are available to women is not only encouraging, but ultimately life changing. Her raw, unfiltered approach makes you feel like you are talking with your best girlfriend over your favorite beverage. Thanks, Amanda, for dedicating so much to educating other women through your experience."
--Dr. Heather Hirsch, associate professor and clinical program director of the Menopause and Midlife Clinic at Brigham and Women's Hospital and faculty at Harvard Medical School.