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Women’s Mind Matters Webinar: Let’s Talk Post-Menopause and Dementia Risk and Why Nutrition Matters

Unveil How Dietary Choices Can Impact Dementia Risks Post-Menopause

Date: May 16th, 2024
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Venue: Online – A link will be provided upon registration

Join us for another installment of The Dementia Society’s Women’s Mind Matters lecture series, exploring the critical intersection of nutrition and dementia risk after menopause.

Kelly Beaton, founder of eatwellbewell, will be presenting this webinar. She is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and has lived experience caring for someone who lived with dementia and will be shedding light on how your nutrition can support your journey.

Who Should Attend

  • Individuals approaching or experiencing menopause
  • Caregivers and family members of those in post-menopausal stages
  • Healthcare professionals interested in holistic approaches to aging
  • Anyone interested in enhancing brain health through diet

Secure your spot now! 

Register today to take control of your brain health and empower your journey through menopause with nutrition.

What You Can Expect


Understand the role of estrogen during, and after, menopause and its effects on brain health.


Receive actionable advice on dietary choices that support brain health, including key foods and supplements.


Have your questions answered by an expert in holistic nutrition and cognitive support.

About Kelly Beaton

Kelly Beaton is a registered holistic nutritionist and founder of eatwellbewell, a nutrition consultancy specializing in nutrition and lifestyle support to 50+ year old women who want to reset, rebuild and reinvigorate their health. She is a passionate advocate on how to maximize healthy aging and build brain resilience through nutrition and lifestyle coaching.  Kelly is a member of the Board of Directors of Centre 507.

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