In this episode, Tarryn chats with Kim Bigler. Kim talks about how she was diagnosed with PCOS at a young age and how influential her mother (who also has PCOS) has been on her PCOS journey.
In this episode, Tarryn speaks with Sara Richter. Sara explains how it took 3 doctors before she was properly diagnosed with PCOS and how her symptoms are affected by the food that she eats. We talk supplements, making this work with our families and more.
In this episode, Tarryn connects with Shannon Hull. Shannon shares her surprise PCOS diagnosis and how following a PCOS lifestyle has made all the difference for her and her PCOS symptoms. When you’re feeling low, just keep trucking.
In this episode, Tarryn chats with Kelly Haynes about how Kelly was diagnosed with PCOS, her journey with infertility and struggles with doctors. Kelly’s story and attitude are truly a source of inspiration!
Women with PCOS tend to have a lot of difficulties with hair – too much hair where they don’t want it and not enough hair where they do. In this episode, I answer some questions relating to hair and talk about how we can manage this symptom. We talk about dietary changes, supplements and more.
The keto diet is nothing new but I’ve recently been looking into how effective it is for PCOS. In this podcast, I share the research, the pros and cons, as well as my own experience of the ketogenic diet for PCOS.
I’ve said it before and firmly believe that Dairy and PCOS just don’t mix. But, it is one of the things that women find hard to give up and I get loads of questions about why dairy shouldn’t be part of a Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome diet. So, in this podcast we look at the issue a little more closely.
It’s been a while since the last podcast but we’re up and running with them again. In this episode, we look at how to stay motivated with pcos as well as being consistent with our PCOS lifestyles. We do tend to be yo-yo dieters but it is so important that we stick with it. It will help us manage our symptoms now and help our long term health.
In this episode of the PCOS Diet Support Podcast, we have a very special guest (I am biased!) My hubby helps me to answer a question I was recently asked: “How do we explain PCOS to the man in our lives?” Who better to answer this question than a man?
Making any kind of change is difficult – a move, a new job, a new way of eating. It takes time to adjust and settle into the new way of doing things. It’s the same for PCOS and the lifestyle changes you need to make. Here are some suggestions to smooth the transition.