Posted on: 01.11.2023 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

“My goal is to empower women to create thriving good health.”
Susan Lark, M.D.

In her new monthly print newsletter, The Lark Letter, Dr. Susan Lark shares the information and advice you need to be in control of your health. Drawing on 25 years of personal research and professional success at creating peak health for women, Dr. Lark gives you simple, yet reliable solutions to maintain a vital and well-balanced lifestyle.

Practical advice on the health issues that concern you.
She discusses issues like breast, bone and heart health, how to increase your energy, get a good night’s sleep, restore your sex drive and how to manage your day-to-day health. Dr. Lark will help you understand the hormone fluctuations in the years leading to menopause (perimenopause) and their deficiency during menopause, and how to get relief from the resulting symptoms.

You’ll also learn how to reduce the side effects of prescription drugs and to work with your doctor to replace unnecessary medications with natural alternatives. She’ll guide you using power foods, nutritional supplementation, and other non-pharmaceutical strategies.

A champion for women.
Dr. Lark is a resource for all women. She has made the special health concerns of women and their nutritional needs her life’s work. Her newsletter empowers women with the knowledge, support, and strategies they need to achieve their personal best.

When you subscribe for one year you will receive…

  • 12 issues of The Lark Letter
  • FREE Special Report: Peak Health Secrets for Women at Midlife

When you subscribe for two years you will receive…

  • 24 issues of The Lark Letter
  • FREE Special Report: Peak Health Secrets for Women at Midlife

Plus these additional FREE reports:

  • Bare-Bones Talk About Osteoporosis
  • Beating Fatigue
  • Still Sexy After All These Years
  • Natural Pain Relief
  • Clearing The Fog
  • The Right Mood at the Right Time

Coming up in the March issue of The Lark Letter

  • Why conventional HRT causes breast cancer and how soy prevents it, what you can learn from saliva hormone testing, and how to undo the damage of “shouldering” a heavy load.Coming up in the April issue of The Lark Letter
  • Urinary incontinence (the common problem women don’t discuss), fighting breast cancer with the right diet and antioxidants, and the dangers of birth control pills in young women.