The Hearth

How Nutrition and Lifestyle can Improve your Menopausal Health

Tickets: £15 – General Admission / £7 – GenAd for those on low income / £10 – Zoom / £5 – Zoom for those on low income / Free for Hearth members

Menopause affects half the world’s population yet there is still a lot of stigma especially in the workplace which means people going through the perimenopause and menopause often have to put up with their symptoms of which there are 35 known ones, including hot flushes, night sweats, low libido, weight gain, anxiety and sleep disturbances. 

In this interactive session in a beautiful space in Queen’s Park, I will share practical tips from over 35 years’ clinical experience as a surgeon, including proven nutrition and lifestyle approaches alongside western medicine. My daughter, Nutritionist Rohini Bajekal and I will bust myths throughout and have a lovely Q&A to wrap up the session. This event is open to women of all ages.

Past events


Holistic Holiday at Sea - A Cruiseship Experience

Dr. Nitu Bajekal will talk about Women’s Health and Lifestyle Medicine and how to manage Menopause.

Dr. Nitu Bajekal will explore the relationship between the main aspects of lifestyle medicine, including nutrition, sleep, stress, exercise, alcohol and smoking, as well as their impact on women’s health. The close link between lifestyle factors and women’s health at all stages of life will be examined and solutions offered to educate women on the positive changes they can make in their own lives as well as that of their families and friends. The difference between a whole food, plant-based (WFPB) diet and a vegan diet, as well as how beneficial this way of eating is for many aspects of women’s health, will be discussed. There will be an interactive discussion with myth busting followed by a Q&A.


Lifestyle Medicine: Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease

Dr. Nitu Bajekal MD FRCOG DIP IBLM, Consultant Gynaecologist and Women’s Health Expert, Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will talk about the topic Menopause and Beyond (Living Longer Living Better).

Consultants from King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are pleased to invite General Practitioners to a FREE event on Lifestyle Medicine for Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease.


Ask Us Anything About Veganism’ Panel

A diverse and knowledgeable panel to explore anything and everything about veganism.

Bring any burning questions you may have for this robust and comprehensive exploration of living vegan.
  • Dr Nitu Bajekal, Consultant Gynaecologist and Women’s Health Specialist
  • Dr Laila Kassam, Sustianable Food System Advocate
  • Fiona Oakes, Guinness World Record Marathon Runner
  • Patrik Baboumian, World Record Holding Strong Man

Moderator: Jeremy Hess