Teal Teen Project™ is an educational community awareness workshop for young women and teenage girls.
The Teal Teen Project™ include a two-part workshop series. The first workshop focuses on the Epidemic of HPV and it’s relations to cervical cancer.
During the workshop, female students will participate in lectures, activities, and discussions. The goal of this workshop is to have the youth themselves modify behaviors that can increase their risk of HPV acquisition and transmission.
Having out of control hormones is not only scary but embarrassing!
The workshop is open to anyone who suffers or thinks they may suffer from PCOS or the symptoms of PCOS and aims to give you some practical solutions to dealing with PCOS and its symptoms holistically, those looking for alternatives in their healing journey and support.
This workshop will save you time and lots of frustration and because you will be told exactly what PCOS is and what causes it.
Early diagnosis of PCOS is important as it has been linked to an increased risk for developing several medical risks including insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
YOU WILL LEARN :
- The basics of PCOS
- What causes your hormones to be out of balance
- Why you struggle with weight loss
- Top 12 hidden causes of PCOS
- Know the signs of PCOS & Ovarian Cancer
- Strategies for reversing it
- How to reduce cravings and binge eating.
- What kind of diet is best to follow to lose weight.
- What nutrition supplements may help–and hurt–your overall PCOS condition.
- How to eat for more restful sleep.
- How to translate all of the fabulous nutrition information into what to make for dinner!
Know the facts of HPV download the > HPV brochure
Heal a female, heal a nation! We are currently seeking additional local and international schools and interested partners. Teal Teen Survivors, Cancer Survivors cysters and healthcare speakers, to be apart of our workshop or upcoming.
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