Do you feel like you spend ½ of each month (or more) dealing with symptoms related to your PCOS? Many women with PCOS also have hirsutism (dark hair growth on their face, chest, and back), alopecia (thinning scalp hair), and chronic acne.
I’ve been helping people with PCOS, like yours, in the clinic for the last 15 years!
Keep reading, and I’ll show you precisely what to do (and not do) to reverse your symptoms for good!
"My mission is to help you gain freedom from your PCOS symptoms and feel confident in your own body."
4 Approaches That Don't Work
✔Adding another medicine for every new symptom.
✔Eating Less, dieting.
✔Working out harder.
✔Thinking the pill will reverse PCOS.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is not a reproductive disorder. It is a whole-body endocrine disorder that impacts many hormones, including estrogen, testosterone, thyroid, and cortisol. Menstrual irregularity and infertility are two common symptoms.
Many women have simply been prescribed birth control pills, and when they are ready to start a family, fertility treatments. This treatment hides many PCOS symptoms but does nothing to address the root cause of PCOS.
What does work
Find the ROOT cause of your symptoms
Eating Real Food that supports hormones
Sustainable Lifestyle Changes: Sleep, Exercise, mental health
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