I’m so fortunate to work alongside so many wonderful, compassionate dietitians, therapists, and providers here in Denver and Erica is one of them! Erica is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in helping women struggling with perfectionism and eating disorders, and is an absolutely fantastic human as well. She runs a fun series, Dish With A Dietitian, and I’m lucky to be the featured RD for the month of May! Erica sent me over some reader/client questions and concerns that I think will resonate with most people with PCOS and you can find my thoughts on her blog today!
A quick disclaimer before we get started: this information is meant for educational purposes only and is not a replacement for individualized medical care or medical nutrition therapy. Consult your healthcare providers before making any changes to your eating pattern, movement, or supplements.
Our most recent topic covered some of the basics of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and why diets are not the answer to PCOS. You can catch the replay below or keep scrolling to read a summary of the info!
I’ve been receiving so many questions pertaining to amenorrhea (absent periods) and PCOS over on my Instagram that I figured it’s time to lay the groundwork for some future posts about reproductive health, pregnancy, and more! Today, we’re going way back to the basics - but adding in details you probably missed in health class, my favorite resources to learn about reproduction, and even what a thermometer can tell you about your cycle.