Feeling lost with your PCOS diagnosis?
If you’ve here, you’ve likely been told by a doctor that you have PCOS.
Maybe you’re questioning what this means for you and your future.
Maybe you’ve been told to go on the pill and “lose some weight”.
We hear from women all the time how frustrated they are to be left with no clear direction for how to manage this new diagnosis.
Or maybe you’ve tried on your own… You have jumped from diet to diet, spent countless dollars on supplements, cancelled plans because your skin got so bad, lost track of your cycle. You’ve beaten yourself up, you feel ashamed and you’re on the verge of giving up.
Listen, we feel you.
If PCOS has been ruling your life, you are in the right place.
You don’t have to suffer.
There are effective science-based interventions for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that have been proven in studies to improve symptoms, regulate hormones, and prevent the risk of developing diseases.
This program was designed by women, for women.
We know what is possible when the right solutions are put in place. Now, we want to show you what’s possible!
The Ultimate PCOS Solution empowers women to reclaim their health, transform their relationship with food and their body, and ultimately reverse their symptoms through guided lifestyle and nutritional interventions.
It is time to reclaim your power and take control of your PCOS.
What is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder affecting several women, in fact, up to 25% of reproductive aged women globally. PCOS is a life-long disease characterized by abnormal levels of male sex hormones (androgens) and is associated with the body’s cells resisting the effects of insulin.
An overproduction of androgens can cause:
- hirsutism - excess unwanted hair growth around the chin, back, chest or even abdomen
hair loss on your scalp (hirsutism alopecia)
low sex drive
acne (you may see it around the chin, jawline and face)
irregular or absent periods
What Causes Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?
The exact cause of PCOS is still unknown. However, it seems to be a blend between genetic composition, environmental disrupters, exposure to elevated androgens or testosterone, higher levels of oxidative stress, or inflammation during development.
How is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Diagnosed?
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is diagnosed by a physician.
The diagnosis of PCOS is based on the Rotterdam Criteria. If you experience 2 out of the 3 symptoms present, you are likely be diagnosed with PCOS.
- Irregular or absent ovulation. Due to this and other effects of the syndrome, it’s one of the most common causes of infertility in women.
- Hyperandrogenism (elevated levels of androgens in your blood)
- Androgens: excess male hormones such as testosterone, free testosterone, DHEA-S (dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate)
- Clinical signs: acne around chin and jaw, hirsutism (body hair on lip area, breast, inner thigh)
- Polycystic ovaries on an ultrasound
- The definition of polycystic ovaries: 12 or more follicles, measuring 2 to 9 mm in diameter, and/or have an increased volume of 10 mL or greater
How The Ultimate PCOS Solution Will Help You
Our 12-week program is designed to help you build a lifestyle plan that makes sense so you can stick with it! Using a hybrid between self-guided modules and weekly coaching support, our 5-Step Protocol will help you achieve food freedom so you can clear up all that mental chatter of “should I? Shouldn’t I? Can I eat gluten and dairy? Can I not?”. We’ll explore supplements that can be effective in reducing PCOS symptoms so you have a clear gameplan.
This program is not only about managing your PCOS, it’s all about thriving in your life so you can be the best you.
Our 5-Step Protocol:
- Understand and Improve Your Hormone Health.
- Create an Eating Plan that Makes Sense for Your Life
- Develop your Supplement Protocol.
- Optimize Lifestyle Factors.
- Cultivate a Winning Mindset.
Our PCOS experts will guide you through 12 weeks of coaching to ensure your symptoms of PCOS are improving. They will use CBT practices to support emotional and mental stressors, improve body image, and build a healthy relationship with yourself.