The main treatment approach for women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is diet and lifestyle changes. Maintaining healthy blood sugar and insulin levels are essential to manage PCOS. If not well managed, PCOS can lead to type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases. Many women with PCOS struggle with weight management and infertility. They may be frustrated and confused with conflicting nutrition advice provided on the internet and the lack of available resources.
If this sounds like you, you may want to consider working with a professional dietician and nutritionist. Well here I can help you sift through nutrition misinformation and provide reliable nutrition advice.
If you have PCOS and are struggling to control your weight, are trying to conceive, or just want to understand the best way to eat when you have PCOS to live a healthy lifestyle,I can provide valuable advice and can help you:
Visits will typically lasts 30-45 minutes.The first session is usually a nutrition assessment where I would be understanding about your current and past medical history and assesses your eating and exercise habits by providing nutrition education about PCOS and also determine your PCOS type, suggest dietary supplements that may improve your condition, and develop a personalized meal plan based on your unique needs which is more of a lifestyle change which will include loads of healthy nutritious food which will not only help you reverse pcos and other skin as well as health related issues but will also help in nourishing your vital health.
Exercise guidelines will also be provided. These diets are changed every 7 days so that the body does not adapt to any one particular food type.The number of follow-up sessions will be determined based on your goals and nutritional needs. Follow up sessions may involve additional nutrition education, meal planning and support with eating issues.
We have weekly followup systems.