The Best Supplements for PCOS

You see a lot of social media posts about the best supplements for PCOS, but should you just blindly take all of them? The answer is NOPE! You should work with a dietitian or other healthcare provider to make sure these supplements are right for you. In some cases they may even have contraindications with…

How to do Damp January

If you’ve worked with me, you know I’m not an all or none kind of gal, which is why I don’t love dry January. Instead, I do think it can be a good time to evaluate your drinking habits and form some healthier ones. Here’s how to do Damp January: Can you Drink Alcohol with…

Can You Eat Fast Food with PCOS?

I often get asked whether you can enjoy fast food or takeout with PCOS. The answer is YES! Does this mean you can eat Macdonald’s every day and manage PCOS? Probably not, but there is room for balance, fun and convenience with these tips: Tips for Eating Fast Food with PCOS Include protein Look for…

DHEA Levels & PCOS

The impact of Stress on DHEA and PCOS What is DHEAS? And how does it relate to PCOS? You probably know that PCOS is associated with increased male hormones, and that hormone is often testosterone, but in some cases it’s another hormone called DHEA – dehydroepiandrosterone that comes from your adrenal gland. Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS)…

Endometriosis Awareness

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, so we thought we’d give you a primer on this condition that affects about 1 in 10 people with a uterus. Turns out, it’s about as prevalent as diabetes in women. That said, a lot more work is needed to get the medical community to properly diagnose and manage Endo!…

Hormone Holiday Survival Guide

How do you enjoy the holidays without sacrificing your hormonal health? You can enjoy seasonal treats, the company of friends and family and festive activities without backsliding when it comes to managing your PCOS, endo or other hormonal issues. Just follow these simple tips and have fun! Don’t forget your protein! So many holiday treats…

How to Stick to Your PCOS Workout

Are you having trouble with insulin resistance that makes it so you can’t process carbs as well as others, and you hold onto weight more than your friends? Does this make you embarrassed or scared to go to the gym? I get it, girl! It’s not easy. Here are my tips for finding ways to…

Why You DON’T Need to go Gluten-free or Dairy-free for PCOS

Somehow a bunch of people decided that you have to go gluten and dairy free for PCOS. The problem is there is no evidence that this is the case. Yes, if you have a food allergy or sensitivity, you should not eat these foods. However, if you don’t, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy gluten…

Intuitive Eating for PCOS

Learn how intuitive eating can work for PCOS. Once you understand the principles of intuitive eating, how to nourish your body, how to practice mindful eating and how to build a better relationship with food, you can practice intuitive eating to manage your PCOS for the rest of your life.

Healthy Travel Tips for PCOS

Lots of my clients have been asking me for travel tips to help them stay on track while on vacation. If you’re like me, you’ve been seriously missing traveling during quarantine, and you’re ready to get out there and enjoy the world! But then, the worry sets in – will I be able to manage…