Welcome to the PCOS Nutrition Center, where we help women with PCOS make positive, long-term changes to their eating, health and fertility.

Nutrition Coaching

Here at the PCOS Nutrition Center, we provide compassionate, high-quality nutrition coaching to women with PCOS via Skype, phone or in-person visits—and we personalize it to your unique needs. As the leading experts in diet and nutrition for PCOS, our dietitians have the skills and the know-how (with an extra dose of empathy) to give you the support you need to get the results you want.

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Online Group Programs

Coming Soon! Online group programs for women with PCOS and healthcare professionals! Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when group programs start and to take advantage of early bird discounts.

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Fresh From Our Blog

8 Motivating Tips for Exercising for PCOS

Regular physical activity, or exercise, is an essential part of managing polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). If you’re like some women though, exercise may be one of the last things you want to do. Many women with PCOS have had negative experiences with exercise or associate it as punishment that only happens when one is dieting. Others who let poor body image take over their lives and don’t want to be seen exercising in public. Moving your body can be hard work. But the rewards of exercise outweigh the negatives.Over time, I have come to enjoy giving my body physical activity and even look forward to it.  Here’s what’s helped me. I hope these tips motivate you to exercise as well.

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Food Sensitivities and PCOS: An Underlying Inflammatory Culprit?

Food sensitivities are much more common than food allergies or intolerances yet many people don’t know they have one. Women with PCOS tend to have more inflammation than those without the condition. A regular intake of a food they are reactive to can be the cause of a constant immune reaction causing low grade inflammation in their body and worsening PCOS symptoms. This inflammation can begin affecting organ systems very distant from the gut, like the brain, joints, thyroid tissue and so on. Guest blogger and dietitian Caitlin Johnson shows us what women with PCOS should know about food sensitivities.

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