The PCOS Dietitian Blog
So it is true … this girl right here turns 40 years old on Friday, June 29th. And what better way to celebrate my 40th then with YOU my loyal readers. So how would you like to receive a present from me? How does a 40 % discount on a metabolism test to celebrate this...
PCOS Friendly Bread - Yes It Does Exist I know what you are thinking - the word PCOS and bread should not even be in the same sentence. But guess what? That is where you are wrong 'cysta! I have been dying to share with one of my favorite PCOS friendly breads -...
In this blog, the PCOS dietitian discusses the nutritional benefits of coconut oil for women with PCOS, where to buy it and of course how to use it!
In this informative blog the PCOS Dietitian provides 10 quick and easy PCOS friendly breakfast choices. Getting up is hard – breakfast does not need to be!
In this awesome article the PCOS dietitian discusses the most PCOS friendly fats. She tells which ones eat, why to eat them & how to get them in your diet.
The PCOS Dietitian describes the 10 most common PCOS Symptoms. Diagnosing PCOS early is so very critical – knowing the symptoms is equally important.
How does alcohol and PCOS work? In this Blog, I cover the key factors to consider if you have PCOS and want a cocktail. Check out my helpful tips!
Are Quest Protein Bars PCOS Friendly? In this blog, The PCOS Dietitian assesses these bars based on their nutritional profile, ingredients, cost and taste and tells you whether or not they can be part of your PCOS diet.
Why Is Weight Loss SO hard when you have PCOS? Did you know that weight loss can help with improving almost all the symptoms of PCOS? Even a modest weight loss of 5 - 10 % of a woman's initial weight can lead to improvements in insulin sensitivity, ovulation...
Holy cow, I cannot believe it is that time of year again. Can you? As a seasoned college professor you would think I would be used to this time by now. But every year the end of summer sneaks up on me. Insert sad face emoji. It is time for students and professors alike to return back to school. For many, you are heading off to college. College can be an exciting time! It is the first time you are on your own flexing those “independence muscles.”