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 have had the opportunity to meet and interview many experts who have spent many years studying the effects of nutrition on PCOS. There is a wealth of very important information based upon many years of research, and I encourage any woman with PCOS to take the time to listen to these audio interviews, which include messages of hope:
Knowledge is Power!
Below are links to the interviews:
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
Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs) are popular whether a woman is trying to conceive or using them for contraception. Unfortunately, not every woman is able to use OPKs, especially if they […]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
Guest Post by Rashmi Kudesia M.D., M.Sc. Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist, RMA of New York Over the past half-century or so, human exposure to chemicals in nearly all aspects […]READ MORE