PCOS: A Video Primer

Updated: Jul 6, 2020

Statistics are a little off, but somewhere between 1 out of 9 and 1 out 12 women suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or #PCOS.

This means every ten and one half women may be #infertile, may suffer from irregular #periods, may be susceptible to Type 2 #diabetes, and may experience hypertension.

There is no pill for PCOS, and you should not take The #Pill for PCOS #symptoms. PCOS is a metabolic disorder, and it can be reversed by working on one's #endocrine system and #metabolism.

It may sound daunting, but there are small and actionable steps you can take to begin reversing your PCOS today.

Step 1: Watch this short video series on the reasons you have PCOS and its associated symptoms and what you can do about it.

Video #1: This is why you bleed all month.

Video #2: This is why you can't lose #weight.

Video #3: This is why you have high blood pressure.

Video #4: This is why you have Type 2 Diabetes

Video #5: These are the supplements that will help you.

If you made it through the video series, great job! You've got some sound principles to begin working on reversing your PCOS.

If you are #hungry for more, and you want a true roadmap for getting rid of #infertility, diabetes, #cysts, and extra weight, move onto Step 2:

Step 2: Grab a copy of my PCOS/ High Testosterone Roadmap!

Use code "MASTERCLASS" for $5 off. This guide is packed with the exact protocols I use in my practice to work with women who have PCOS.

You'll get an instant download when you purchase the #program.

I hope this is helpful for you as you deal with PCOS and the symptoms of high testosterone. Nourish yourself so you can #nourish those who depend on you!

To your metabolic health,



jennifer woodward

Soothe your Gut

Speed your Metabolism

Stabilize your Hormones


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Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® health coaches do not diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or condition.  Nothing we share with our clients is intended to substitute for the advice, treatment or diagnosis of a qualified licensed physician.  Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) Practitioners may not make any medical diagnoses or claim, nor substitute for your personal physician’s care.  It is the role of a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner to partner with their clients to provide ongoing support and accountability in an opt-in model of self-care and should be done under the supervision of a licensed physician.

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