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PCOS – Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Research has shown healthy eating habits and regular physical activity helps to manage PCOS. A balanced eating pattern focusing on whole foods can help you manage your weight and blood sugar and symptoms of PCOS. A main goal of treatment is generally improving insulin sensitivity through diet, exercise, and in some cases, medications.

What you need to know before choosing a Dietitian:

Consider your relationship with food and your body and contact a Dietitian who aligns with your values (i.e. weight-inclusive approach, weight neutral, weight-loss focused, etc.). This is an important decision that should support your personal goals and deeply held beliefs.

Our Registered Dietitians tagged in this section are knowledgeable in PCOS and blood sugar disorders.

What to expect when working with a Dietitian:

A Registered Dietitian will help restore your relationship with food while eating a balanced meal pattern that is easy, enjoyable, and delicious – and personalized to your likes, resources, and access. You’ll receive safe and simple strategies to improve your health and trustworthy guidance that may assist with symptom management for PCOS.

See also: Diabetes and Blood Sugar Concerns

Practicing Dietitians: