Sam Beau Patrick is the Health Queen
Speaking from experience
Professionally, and personally, Sam knows about Female Hormone Disorder and Male Hormone Disorder. With 10 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry, 25 years as a nurse and 10 years of running her own health clinic, it wasn’t until she personally experienced what she calls ‘The Beast Within’ that Sam began to examine Female Hormone Disorder in depth. This is what she learned:
- up to 84% of women may suffer from Female Hormone Disorder
- up to 20% of women are clinically reported to have unusually high levels of testosterone1
- Female Hormone Disorder almost always reduces a woman’s potential quality of life
- Female Hormone Disorder is largely misunderstood – and even ignored – in the medical community
- there IS a way to manage Female Hormone Disorder naturally and drug-free
Now Sam, The Health Queen, is on a mission to provide women (and men) with education, inspiration and empowerment to take back control of their hormones, their health and their happiness.
Sam first started presenting her findings about Female Hormone Disorder and natural recovery options at doctor’s conferences in 2002. She has successfully treated hundreds of women in her clinic and through her Health Queen Progams. She has educated and empowered thousands of others through her television appearances, books, webinars, seminars and speaking engagements. To see all her media appearances look under the media tab.
Sam loves inspiring people to make healthy informed health decisions. “Health and happiness are not a fluke, they require active decision making, strength to resist naughty temptations and commitment to only do the BEST in your body.” Sam says. This is a bit more from Sam, if you haven’t met her before…
A holistic approach to Hormone Happiness
The Health Queen relies on verifiable testing along with symptoms analysis to diagnose hormone imbalances and Female Hormone Disorder. She then uses – and teaches – natural, non-invasive techniques that encompass all aspects of physical, mental and dietary health to treat the condition.