Have you ever heard that plant-based diets are bad for PCOS, especially with insulin resistance?
On this episode of the podcast, Sam is joined by Dr. Dylan Cutler to break down everything you need to know about plant-based diets and PCOS.
Dr. Cutler is a scientist and has her PhD in obstetrics and gynecology. She is passionate about empowering people with PCOS to support their hormonal health, regular periods, enhance fertility, improve mood, and gain body confidence.
Sam and Dr. Cutler begin the episode by discussing Dr. Cutler’s own history with PCOS and her journey to becoming a scientist. They discuss some of the research Dr. Dylan has participated in, including her findings around body image distress and PCOS.
In this episode, we also discuss:
- The truth about PCOS and calories
- Whether plant-based diets are okay for hormones and PCOS
- How Dr. Cutler feels about fruit intake with PCOS
- What to be aware of when following a plant-based diet with PCOS
CONNECT WITH DR. DYLAN CUTLER:
Dr. Dylan Cutler is an online health educator, scientist, and consultant who empowers people with chronic illnesses, such as PCOS, to support their hormonal health, regulate periods, enhance fertility, improve mood, and gain body confidence.
She obtained her Ph.D. in obstetrics and gynecology specializing in lifestyle changes for PCOS. She is also a PCOS fighter herself. Dr. Cutler has been living a plant-based lifestyle for over 15 years. She believes plant-based diets positively impact our health, the environment, food sustainability, land sustainability, and animal welfare. When she’s not creating new recipes, you can likely find her at the gym pumping iron, or in the mountains hiking.
CONNECT WITH SAM:
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Download her free Intuitive Eating Workbook for PCOS
Learn more about the Nourished with PCOS Program