Helping women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome ( PCOS ) or Infertility ( difficulty conceiving ) by offering dietary advice for PCOS ( a diet plan for PCOS ), weight loss support, information on infertility and pcos, pcos and pregnancy. We are also actively involved in the DAA PCOS Interest Group and the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association of Australia.
 
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Dietary advice and Diets for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), Fertility and Weight Loss for PCOS by a Dietitian in Melbourne.

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As well as having PCOS herself, Claire has been actively involved in helping women manage PCOS for many years. She has helped many clients referred by GPs and specialists to lose weight, improve their PCOS symptoms (such as feeling less tired, reducing sugar cravings, improving blood test results), improve their fertility and reduce their risk of long term health problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Claire also worked with the Dietitians Association of Australia to establish the PCOS interest group for Dietitian's and has developed a comprehensive PCOS professional development resource for Dietitian's. She is also a professional member of the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association of Australia.

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Claire also has personal experience of fertility issues often associated with PCOS, and is now a Mum to two growing boys both conceived in her late thirties and early forties. So although no two experiences of PCOS or infertility are the same, Claire can relate to what you are going through and offer you both compassionate understanding, evidence based nutrition advice and support to integrate long term management of PCOS into your life. You can love food and be healthy with PCOS too!

Do you have PCOS and are trying to get pregnant?

Research has shown that in overweight women with PCOS, losing even small amounts of weight can result in a return of normal ovulation, increasing the chance of pregnancy. Even without PCOS, losing weight if you are overweight improves your chances of conceiving, increases the chances of assisted reproduction treatment working, decreases the chances of pregnancy complications for both mother and baby. Losing weight, changing the amount and type of food you eat and being physically active has also been shown to improve insulin resistance (which causes many of the health problems associated with PCOS) and ovarian function, which in turn also improves your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy (including decreasing your chance of developing gestational diabetes).

General PCOS health.

If you are not trying to conceive, you can still benefit in many ways from improving your diet and lifestyle. In people with impaired glucose tolerance (which is common in PCOS), healthy eating and exercise has also been recently shown to reduce or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes by as much as 58%. It really works, and we can help you put it into practice with professional compassionate support. Our clients also report increased energy levels, less bloating and weight around the tummy area, less sugar cravings and mood swings and and an improvement in acne and other PCOS symptoms after following a PCOS friendly eating plan.

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If you have depression (which is very common in women with PCOS) following a PCOS friendly diet as well as paying attention to overall lifestyle and intake of particular nutrients can help reduce symptoms in conjunction with other medical care.

Get expert advice on all aspects of a PCOS from a Dietitian who has experienced what it's like to have PCOS.

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Services and Programs for Women with PCOS

(with or without fertility or weight loss support)

Phone Consultations Australia wide ($70- $140, more information HERE)

Individual comprehensive assessments with 7 day individual eating plans and

optional 3 or more months ongoing email and phone support $240 to $330 , more information HERE).

 

NEW PCOS and Diet E-book by Claire

"What to Eat When You Have PCOS" - Just $19.95

** Instant Download **- which means you will have the E-book to start working on RIGHT AWAY, after a simple secure payment and download.

  • 35 pages packed with the information, nutrition tips and over one hundred meal ideas
  • Perfect for general information on PCOS and weight loss, getting your health back on track or starting off on a PCOS friendly eating plan.
  • Advice on where to get the best help and most reputable health advice for other aspects of PCOS health.
  • Heaps and heaps of practical everyday food advice you can start putting into action RIGHT NOW!
  • Over 111 choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks including links to lots of my favorite PCOS friendly recipes.

Pay by credit card (securely through PayPal without needing a PayPal account) or Pay with PayPal credit from anywhere in the world which accepts PayPal. Cost is $19.95 AUD. You are then taken straight to the download page.

 

Click HERE to purchase and immediately download My "What to Eat When You Have PCOS" E-Book right now.

 

 

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