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Menopause and Hormonal Health

August 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Finding a natural way for menopause

Join Lisa McLean from Total Health Care Naturally for enlightening talks on complementary medicine and natural ways to manage menopause, where she will share invaluable insights drawn from her extensive practice and research.

This event is for ages 18 years and older.

This initiative supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Three: Good Health and Wellbeing

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Lisa McLean is a Clinical Naturopath, Nutritionist, Medical Herbalist, Massage Therapist, and Registered Nurse with over 20 years of experience in clinical practice. She specialises in hormonal health and complex health conditions, guiding her clients towards holistic well-being at her clinic, Total Healthcare Naturally.

In addition to her clinical expertise, Lisa founded The Cooking Naturopath where she combines her passion for natural health with culinary arts. Through her innovative cooking classes and the Spice Alchemy product line , she teaches how to prepare healthy, delicious meat, focusing on Asian and Mediterranean cuisines.

Lisa’s academic pursuits are rooted in evidence-based complementary medicine, particularly in immune modulation using herbal remedies, with a special interest in autoimmune thyroid disease and the therapeutic impacts of turmeric. Her contributions to the field have been recognised in several peer-reviewed international journals, underscoring her commitment to integrating scientific research with natural health practices.


August 20
11:00 am - 12:00 pm


Gordon White Library
54 Phillip Street
Mount Pleasant, QLD 4740 Australia