How To Treat PCOS Naturally
| With Dr. Felice Gersh
Believe it or not… Getting a PCOS diagnosis is not the end of the world.
You can lose weight, have regular cycles, clear your acne, and even have a baby!
But taking birth control pills and metformin is not the way to do it.
So to shed more light on this condition AND give hope to those who may have PCOS, Matt and I interviewed Dr. Felice Gersh.
She’s a board-certified OB-GYN who is globally renowned in women’s health and complex disease management.
Best of all, she has spent years helping women with PCOS. Her knowledge in this field is so massive that every time we interview her, she goes above and beyond the questions we give her!
In this week’s vodcast, you'll learn:
🌸 What PCOS is and the 3 symptoms doctors look for to diagnose it
🌸 The big problem with using birth control pills and metformin as treatment for PCOS
🌸 Endocrine disruptors and how they can eventually cause PCOS
🌸 The connection between PCOS and the gut microbiome
🌸 A detailed breakdown of what you can do to start healing PCOS naturally
🌸 The advantageous type of PCOS (yes, this exists!)
🌸 The story of ‘Lori’ and how Dr. Felice’s protocol helped her not just be free of PCOS but also lose 65 lbs, clear her cystic acne, and live a normal life
🌸 A complete list of recommended supplements for PCOS
And so much more! This is life-changing information.
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