As part of my nutrition practice, I am offering services for women dealing with PCOS.
My own personal health journey has lead me down the road to studying women’s health. It started out being for me, but the more I learned, the more my heart grew for other women who may have similar, yet different, struggles.
On this journey, I learned one of the most common causes of infertility is PCOS. PCOS is an endocrine disorder characterized by symptoms such as elevated androgens (testosterone), insulin resistance, irregular or lack of regular ovulation/menstrual cycle, etc. Many women with PCOS have visible cysts on their ovaries, but having cysts on your ovaries alone does not always mean PCOS.
Nutrition and lifestyle can greatly impact PCOS by addressing what is driving symptoms. This can improve or prevent associated health issues that can occur with PCOS. This can also optimize chances for conception if this is a goal —whether you are seeking fertility treatments or trying to conceive naturally.
As part of my nutrition practice, I offer help for women with PCOS. (To read more about all the services I offer, click here.) I take a holistic approach which goes beyond nutrition—addressing the whole body and what may be keeping you from feeling your best or interfering with your personal health goals. This may also include stress management, getting adequate sleep, and moving your body in ways that give you joy, not punishment, in conjunction with finding balance in your eating choices. If you or someone who know is interested in working with me, feel free to contact me.Follow me on social media: