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Advances in Clinical Nutrition: New Evidence in Support of Plant-Based Therapies for Common Symptoms Associated with the Menopausal Transition

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September 20, 2017

Venue:
Max Amore
140 Glastonbury Boulevard Glastonbury, CT 0603 Registration Fees: FREE Register Today! 800.692.9400 Hosted by Metagenics
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

Agenda:
5:30 pm Arrive at venue 6:30 pm Registration 6:55 pm Introduction
7:00 pm Speaker Presentation
8:00 pm Q & A Session
8:30 pm Adjourn

Advances in Clinical Nutrition: New Evidence in Support of Plant-Based Therapies for Common Symptoms Associated with the Menopausal Transition

Objectives:

  • Understand the symptoms, including vasomotor symptoms (VMS), often reported by women transitioning into the perimenopausal and menopausal stages of life
  • Discuss emerging links between VMS and increased risk for cardiovascular (CV) and cardiometabolic (CM) events during the perimenopausal transition stage
  • Evaluate current patient management approaches and most recent evidence supporting safety and efficacy of ERr 731/rhaponticin to alleviate VMS and associated CV and CM health concerns common to perimenopausal and menopausal women •Review patient management guide for appropriate management of VMS and other potential clinical concerns often associated with the perimenopausal transition
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