Baltimore, MD - Any woman who has gone through menopause will tell you it's no picnic... but like everything else -- what you eat makes a difference.
Baltimore native Karen Giblin is back in charm city and stopped in to talk with Good Morning Maryland's Megan Pringle about her new cookbook, Eat to defeat menopause which features recipes for a healthy midlife eating
Karen will be the guest speaker at Good Samaritan Hospital's free red hot mamas event on June 3rd.
To register for the June 3rd Red Hot Mamas’ talk at Good Samaritan Hospital, call 443.444.4100.
Watch the entire interview with Karen Giblin by clicking on the video link attached.
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