What we’re talking about in this episode
- The 4 most common types of PCOS and natural treatments for each
- A healing plan tailored to your unique needs and symptoms
- What are the root causes of PCOS?
- Intermittent fasting, diet, herbs and supplements for healing
- Specific essential oils and recipe blends for your PCOS symptoms
PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is one of the most common endocrine disorders in women. Seven million women in the US alone suffer from PCOS, and half of them don’t even know it. There’s an array of possible symptoms and far-reaching health implications that make accurate diagnosis difficult but all the more necessary.
What symptoms warrant a deeper dive into the possibility of PCOS? What risk factors should you look out for?
For answers to these questions and a natural treatment plan tailored to your body, tune in to this episode. I am shining a light on the similarities and differences found in the four most common types of PCOS and empowering you with treatments for you to heal your PCOS naturally.
PCOS doesn’t have to be a life sentence. The key is to equip yourself with the knowledge of how your body works and the safe, natural options available to you. Your body and your needs are unique, so tailoring a plan for your healing is the most important thing you can do.
This is an information-packed episode all about helping you love your liver, balance your hormones and find natural remedies for your PCOS symptoms. I am here to give you hope and guide you down the path of true full-body healing.
How has PCOS impacted you or those you love? Share your health story with us and let me know which treatment worked best for your PCOS symptoms in the comments below.
“You cannot treat PCOS until you first ask, why in my unique case do I not ovulate?” (11:31)
“Becoming victorious over the symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome is not easy, but you can overcome your PCOS symptoms to live the life that you deserve, and that is what this is all about.” (19:16)
“All of these things are so great for you anyway. We know that insulin resistance leads to a lot of other problems down the road, clearly including PCOS, so I think by supporting your body in this way it’s just a win-win overall.” (22:25)
“If your body is like ‘more of this’, then do it.” (27:08)