PCOS affects 1 in 10 women
in the UK
Have you tried everything to loose weight and keep it off?
Sub-optimal metabolic activity makes weight loss difficult for women with PCOS.
PCOS-related hormonal dysfunction may include elevated adrenal activity, insulin resistance and thyroid malfunction,
Standard dieting recommendations (eg. portion control and calorie counting) do not work?
You may have read that vegan or keto/paleo is the way to go, or tried to remove gluten and dairy with little improvement?
Is your cycle a source of pain and frustration?
Do you worry your chances of becoming a mum are jeopardised?
Painful, irregular period, crazy PMS, deficient ovulation, endometriosis...
No options on the table beyond birth control, IVF or hysterectomy? Looking for a more sustainable alternative?
Are you worried about the long-term health risks?
More than 50% of women with PCOS will have diabetes or prediabetes before the age of 40.
Their risk of heart attack is 4-7 times higher.
They are at a greater risk of having high blood pressure and of developing sleep apnoea.
You may have read that lifestyle changes are required but you are not sure where to start? Or find it difficult to sustain lasting changes and create new healthy habits?
90% of women with PCOS in the UK feel they do not get sufficient support from the NHS to help them deal with it.
The official line is that "PCOS has no cure as of 2020". Because PCOS is a multi-factorial and a metabolic syndrome, it is very difficult to treat with a conventional approach.
Are you tired of being sent from specialist to specialist?
Do you feel like nobody is looking at the big picture?
Do you wish to be treated as a person rather than a sum of deficient organs?
Are you tired of band-aid solutions?
Acne, hair loss, hirsutism, chronic fatigue, low libido, poor digestion... Symptom management can result in a cocktail of pills and potions. They have their own toxic load that the body needs to work extra hard to eliminate, and side-effects that compound over time and can catalyse additional health conditions.
Do you feel like there is more to this? That there must be another way? Would you like to own the tools to your health?
I have been there too!
I developed PCOS in 2014 and am currently symptom-free after a decade of trial-and-error. As a result, I retrained to become a registered classical homeopath, a yoga instructor and a NLP coach. I also have 15 years experience in nutritional strategies.
I believe every woman can be PCOS symptom-free provided she is ready to address the underlying causes and do the work. I believe the medical establishment profits from sickness and is not really interested in finding real cures, but rather in keeping us mis-informed, powerless and medicated.
I, too, felt very isolated and unsupported. Only when I eventually realised that I am responsible for my own health, when I claimed ownership for my life and empowered myself, did I heal.
I believe there is incredible power at the intersection of personal responsibility and natural health. I get most excited when I see people claiming back their power and taking responsibility for their own health. Are you ready?
Achieve optimal health
To achieve optimal health, you need to:
Define a clear, actionable goal
Remove obstacles to healing
Give the right signals to your body
Support and protect
My role is to coach, guide and support you every step of the way.
How much time, energy and money have you wasted dealing with PCOS to this day?
How much more are you planning to?
For the women who want to become PCOS symptom-free naturally and uplevel their life in every aspect, I've created the 25-week program. It includes:
weekly 1:1 coaching
weekly meal plans
on-demand yoga, breathwork and meditation sessions
access to curated resources
access to a community of like-minded women
As a result, you :
experience increased vitality (life-force) and joy
enjoy a new relationship with your body and image
stabilise hormones naturally, which means regular cycle and increased fertility.
Imagine, what would you do & who would you be if your were PCOS symptom-free?