Go from 'I have no idea' to discovering the root cause of your PCOS and learn  how to reverse the symptoms naturally using nutrition and exercise.

Are you ready to take back control from PCOS?

Without knowing the root cause of your PCOS, it is difficult to know how to reverse the symptoms.

I will show you how.

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Shortcut your PCOS journey. Prevent the stress, frustration and heartbreak that PCOS can cause, with the information and knowledge I will share with you to help you naturally reverse your PCOS.

Do you remember the day you were diagnosed with PCOS?

I do.

I remember sitting in the doctor's room, listening to him explain to me what PCOS was and my treatment option. The answer he gave me changed my life. He told me the only way to treat my PCOS was by taking the birth control pill. He gave me no other support or guidance.

I remember sitting there, I barely said a word, but my mind was racing. A million thoughts and questions were going through my mind from ‘What exactly is PCOS?’, ‘How did this happen?’ to ‘What can I do?’.

I had never heard of this condition before. I didn't know if it was serious or just something that will eventually pass.

I understand how you are feeling

I know and understand how you are feeling. When you are diagnosed with PCOS it feels like you are on a never-ending roller-coaster of emotions from confusion, anger, upset and depression.

But I can tell you now that you don't have to feel confused or lost anymore. There is a way to take back control from PCOS and reverse your symptoms naturally, without the pill.

The first step to taking back control from PCOS is discovering the root cause of your PCOS. By educating yourself on PCOS and the root causes, you become empowered as you discover the tools and knowledge to take on your diagnosis. Knowledge really is power.

Start by downloading The PCOS Support Manual for FREE to find out more about PCOS and what you can do to heal your hormones and treat PCOS.

Everything you think you know about PCOS is a lie

In The PCOS Support Manual, you will find answers to your questions

I created The PCOS Support Manual because I know how overwhelming it is searching the web for answers and not understanding the medical jargon or finding conflicting information.

In this eBook you will find out:

1. What PCOS Is

Surprisingly PCOS is a prevalent condition and while it is called polycystic ovarian syndrome, the 'cysts' have very little to do with the condition. In The PCOS Support Manual, you will find out exactly what PCOS is.

2. The Root Cause of PCOS

When diagnosed with PCOS we are commonly led to believe that the high male hormones are the problem and we need focus on lowering those hormones. While that may seem like the obvious reason, we have to delve deeper and identify why those male hormones are elevated in the first place. In the PCOS Support Manual, I breakdown what may be causing these male hormones, like testosterone, to be high.

3. PCOS Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Many women are misinformed about nutrition and are advised to follow all sorts of diets. Many of the fad diets women often try are not sustainable. But more importantly, they do not address the root cause of PCOS. The simply create even more metabolic dysfunction.

Avoiding fad, low calorie, and restrictive diets are even more important for women with PCOS. When balancing hormones the right foods along with the correct amount is vital.

In The PCOS Support Manual, I breakdown the basic elements of a metabolic supportive diet and lifestyle

4. 6 Foods For PCOS

Diet/nutrition is one of the biggest components when it comes to treating PCOS. Some of the most frequently asked questions I receive on a daily basis are, what foods are best for PCOS? Is there a best diet for PCOS? In The PCOS Support Manual I identify 6 foods for PCOS that will work on addressing the root cause of PCOS. The foods mentioned in the video work on supporting the thyroid, the gut, the liver, mineral balances and blood sugar balance.

5. Best Exercises For PCOS

Regular exercise has great benefits for your PCOS and overall health. If you have ever asked yourself, why am I not losing weight or why isn’t my PCOS improving, I am eating well and exercising, what is going on? A possible reason is that the type of exercise you are doing is not helping your hormones and in turn your PCOS. Your exercise may be doing you more harm than good. Cardio and weight training are two popular forms of exercise. Many women want to know if they should follow cardio only workouts or weight training for PCOS. In The PCOS Support Manual I get into the truth about these popular forms of exercise and which one is best!

It's Time to Take Back Control

While there is no cure for PCOS, there is still hope! The symptoms can be alleviated and managed through a change in lifestyle, which includes diet and exercise. When it comes to our health, we need to be sure we are making the right choices to ensure we are taking care of our body. We need to be aware of and have an understanding of the foods we are eating, but we also need to take care of our mental health. PCOS affects not only our physical health but also our mental health. Our mental state is as important in managing PCOS and it's symptoms.

There is no set or standardized approach to managing your PCOS and healing your body, this can only be done through adopting a holistic approach.

PCOS Does Not Define You

My PCOS diagnosis not only made me change my diet and lifestyle but also my mindset.

I can honestly tell you now, having PCOS made me a stronger, more resilient and funnily enough, more confident woman. Because I chose to tackle it.

PCOS does not define me. I could have let this condition bring me down every day due to the symptoms.

But I didn't and I won't.

PCOS is just a part of my life and that is how it will remain.

PCOS does not define you. You define yourself.