Intuitive Eating and Non-Diet Nutrition Coaching for PCOS
manage symptoms. enjoy food.
Manage PCOS without a side of diet culture
You deserve more than “just lose weight” to manage your PCOS. If dieting and focusing on the scale hasn’t worked for you (and maybe caused more harm then good) but you’re still concerned about managing PCOS symptoms and improving health, then you’re in the right place! My services incorporate intuitive eating and Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophies to help you regulate your period, improve labs, and feel more peace with food and your body.
meet the dietitian
I’m Sam Abbott, registered dietitian nutritionist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and PCOS nutrition expert.
I help folks with PCOS who are struggling with their relationship with food and their body manage PCOS without dieting. You can regulate your period, lower your A1c, and improve acne, hirsutism, and hair loss without restricting foods.
Ready to feel more peace with nutrition, hormones, and your body? Let’s get you there!
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Intuitive Eating Workbook for PCOS
This FREE 28-page workbook will teach you how to become an intuitive eater even if you have PCOS!
The PCOS Podcast
lISTEN TO Nourished with PCOS
The Nourished with PCOS Podcast is your go-to resource for learning how to manage PCOS without a side of diet culture. Each week Sam welcomes nutrition experts, health professionals, and previous clients to chat about all things related to PCOS and having a healthy relationship with food and your body. You can manage PCOS and improve symptoms while enjoying food and respecting your body.
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