Reverse Your PCOS with Dr. Fiona McCulloch
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Date: September 12, 2015
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 116 million women worldwide. It is a hormone disorder causing a variety of symptoms including infertility, weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles, acne, facial hair and hair loss. The symptoms may vary from woman to woman, and the treatment for such a complicated syndrome can be confusing. In her book “8 Steps To Reverse Your PCOS”, Dr. Fiona McCulloch, N.D. lays out and easy to follow, step by step plan to naturally control and reverse this syndrome.
Dr. Risk’s Thoughts
PCOS is a condition that I commonly see in clinic. The awareness about it seems lacking, even down to getting a diagnosis from a doctor. Once they even get a diagnosis, most patients are left with more questions than answers, and very little direction. I love Fiona’s book and how simply it is written. Anyone with this diagnosis can pick up this book and make changes for themselves and take charge of their health.
Fiona McCulloch, N.D.
Little did Fiona McCulloch, N.D., know, as a curious young girl who liked to play in the woods and create imaginative compounds from what the land provided, that one day her innate interest in science and nature would eventually lead her to practice natural medicine through a scientific lens and heal thousands of women – including herself — suffering from such things as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), thyroid problems, autoimmune disorders, weight gain/loss management and infertility.
Having successfully reversed her own PCOS naturally, Dr. McCulloch now practices what she preaches. In fact, her new book, 8 Steps to Reverse Your PCOS, will be available in September 2016. In her new book, and during an interview, she will empower your audience to understand their bodies and restore their own balance. Like her customized clinic approach, she can take into account a patient’s unique symptoms and life stage to offer the most comprehensive treatment. Her thrill of scientific discovery, sound methodology, and passion for teaching has also helped inform the clinical practices of her peers in both naturopathic and conventional medicine.