It was a thrill for me to interview Dr. Lisa Moran, BSc (Hons), BND, PhD, the leading diet and lifestyle researcher for PCOS. Dr. Moran is a dietitian and National Heart Foundation Research Fellow at The Robinson Institute, Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynecology and The University of Adelaide, Australia. She has written over 70 publications on PCOS. I welcome you to watch the interview which discusses diet strategies, weight loss, exercise, and unique weight management challenges women with PCOS face.
Welcome to the PCOS Nutrition Center Blog! Here you’ll find a collection of blog posts and articles about nutrition and lifestyle for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, including breaking PCOS news, PCOS friendly recipes, diet and supplements specifically for women with PCOS.
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She’s the Weather Anchor for PHL17 Morning News and wore the crown as Miss Philadelphia 2013, but what most people don’t know about Francesca Ruscio is that she also has a medical condition affecting 10% of women in the U.S. called PCOS. Francesca sat down with us to talk about what it’ was like to wear the crown and to be able to spread awareness of PCOS to a large audience.
Holidays got you stressed out? It’s supposed to be a joyous time, yet with so much to do—shopping, cooking, baking, events to attend—it’s difficult to find time to relax. Increased stress can lead to poor food choices, interruptions to exercise routines, and overall negative impact on your health. No need to worry! The following tips will leave you cheery in no time.
When was the last time you had a great night sleep? Are you too sleep-deprived to remember? Then this article is for you. Feeling tired is only one sign that you aren’t getting enough sleep. The effects of sleep loss run deep; it can affect your long-term health and your weight. Sleep disturbances, including insufficient sleep, poor sleep quality, insomnia, and especially obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) , are considered independent risk factors for the development and worsening of insulin resistance. Learn how getting more sleep can help your PCOS.