Women, Health & Vitamins is a comprehensive introduction to how women can use vitamins and supplements to tackle common female health issues. The course is video based and runs for 3 hours and 24 minutes.
It is delivered in video lessons and contains the following chapters:
1. Vitamins, Minerals & PMS (41:55)
2. Vitamins & Yeast Infections (8:11)
3. Vitamins & Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) (5:45)
4. Vitamins, Minerals & Migraines (9:52)
5. Vitamins, Minerals & "The Pill" (16:52)
6. Vitamins & Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) (3:32)
7. How to Get to Saturation of Vitamin C (19:44)
8. Vitamins & Endometriosis (9:29)
9. Vitamins, Minerals & Menopause (27:07)
10. Are Supplements Safe? (26:22)
11. What Form of Vitamins Do I Take? (10:08)
BONUS VIDEO: Vitamins, Minerals & Insomnia (25:52)
The course starts on June 20th and videos appear in the members area daily. In the week after the course you will be given the chance to ask questions on course material in a Q&A with Helen.
Who is Helen Saul Case?
Helen Saul Case is the author of The Vitamin Cure for Women's Health Problems, Vitamins & Pregnancy: The Real Story, Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone, and coauthor of Vegetable Juicing for Everyone. She is also featured in the documentary That Vitamin Movie (2016).
Mrs. Case is Assistant Editor for the peer-reviewed Orthomolecular Medicine News Service and she has published in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. She has written numerous articles on nutrition which have appeared in health magazines in several countries, and have been featured on many health advocacy websites. Her papers also appear in The Orthomolecular Treatment of Chronic Disease and The Vitamin Cure for Infant and Toddler Health Problems.
After graduating magna cum laude from Colgate University, Mrs. Case earned a master's degree in education from the State University of New York. She taught English for nine years, is a certified administrator, and worked as English department chair for four years. She currently lives with her husband and children in Western NY.
She is the daughter of Andrew W. Saul, who starred in the movie Food Matters and runs the world's largest noncommercial natural healing website www.doctoryourself.com.