Guest post by Rashmi Kudesia, MD MSc Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist, RMA of New York For women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), complete management involves addressing all potential symptoms, […]READ MORE
Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome often feel pessimistic, confused, out of control, and helpless.
Good news! There is hope. You need not be a victim of PCOS. Thousands of women have reclaimed their health, and in overcoming their symptoms, found their true selves and best lives.
It is time for you to do the same. In no time, you will learn to manage your PCOS and thrive! Your first step toward taking control and transforming your life is to educate yourself about PCOS.
PCOS Diva is a choice. When you choose to be a Diva, you choose hope.
PCOS Diva is a commitment to yourself and to embracing the self-care, self-love and respect that you deserve.
PCOS Divas find health and inner balance by making choices about healthy eating, stress reduction, and self-care that lead to lasting, healing, and sustainable lifestyle change.
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PCOS Diva is an opportunity to transform – experience the kind of change that expands your life in ways you can only imagine and live the life you are meant to live without PCOS holding you back.learn more
Do you know what’s in your supplement? Really? Are you sure? Recent reports of stores being forced to pull entire lines of supplements from the shelves illustrates an important […]READ MORE
I often interview men and women who are on the front lines of PCOS research, finding innovative solutions for women with PCOS. Sonya Satveit is such a trailblazer. Her latest initiative, […]READ MORE
“Our responsibility is not to match the standard of beauty that we’re given in the advertising world. Our responsibility is to feel well enough so we can go out and […]READ MORE
Planning ahead is the key to eating well and thriving with PCOS and making the most of your PCOS diet. Waiting until you are starving and get home at 6:00 […]READ MORE