Every woman experiences hormonal changes in midlife. For women with PCOS, the challenges are magnified because we are at a higher risk of adrenal issues and the cascade of symptoms […]READ MORE
I say it all the time, “food is medicine.” When you educate yourself about what to eat and why, your whole self reaps the benefits. Proper nutrition will help your body to heal and thrive. You will be stronger, have more energy, your skin will clear, and you’ll think more clearly. The following articles will guide you in making good choices. Through extensive research and expert interviews, I have gathered a variety of information about power foods for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) as well as those that should be avoided, such as gluten. These articles offer many of the “how’s and whys” of eating well. Whether you are looking for information about what to eat, a detox diet, mastering your sugar cravings, or product recommendations, it is all here.
If you would like to try my approach, I encourage you to start with my Seasonal Meal Plans. These plans take all the guesswork, confusion and overwhelm out of Meal Planning and you’ll be able to heal while eating delicious food your whole family will enjoy.
Knowledge is power!
Guest post by Dr. Fiona McCulloch PCOS is a condition that comes in many different variants, with each woman expressing symptoms in a unique way. Androgen excess is often a […]READ MORE
The connection between PCOS and mood is absolute. In fact, medical literature suggests that the prevalence of depression in women with PCOS varies between 28 to 64 percent, and anxiety […]READ MORE