Interview with Dr. Fiona, ND - A Women's Health Naturopathic Doctor - PCOS Diva
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Interview with Dr. Fiona, ND – A Women’s Health Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Fiona McCullochI have been following Dr. Fiona McCulloch’s blog for several years now.  She offers a refreshing view of managing PCOS.  Dr. Fiona in fact has PCOS and is a board certified Naturopathic Doctor who has been in practice for 13 years in Toronto, Canada.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree (Biological Sciences) from the University of Guelph and went on to graduate from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is the founder and owner of White Lotus Integrative Medicine, a busy clinic specializing in women’s health and fertility.  Her clinical focus is on the treatment of fertility and hormonal conditions, and she is an avid writer and researcher, having published articles in major naturopathic journals and author of 8 Steps to Reverse your PCOS. In this interview we chat about some of the positive PCOS research and answer some questions posted by Divas.  You won’t want to miss it!  Also, you won’t want to  miss Dr. Fiona’s article on PCOS Diva about PCOS and Stress.

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  1. It was so wonderful to hear the positives of PCOS for once. I also did not know all the history regarding PCOS. Great interview!

  2. I found this interesting and I am really looking forward to her book and what she has to say on the different treatment options for people with certain types of PCOS. Please keep us posted on this. Thanks!

  3. I loved this interview. It’s not often that you hear any positives about having PCOS and that was really refreshing! Are you going to do another interview with her?