Nutrition for PCOS Health Condition – Foods and Diet | Food as Medicine Series

Preview of Nutrition Video about foods to eat and foods to avoid for PCOS Diet - medshadow.org
Episode: Foods for PCOS Diet | From Food as Medicine Nutrition Series w/ Alison Acerra MS, RDN (Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist)
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Nutrition and Diet for PCOS YouTube Video from MedShadow’s Food as Medicine Video Series

Ever wonder what nutritional foods can impact medical symptoms and conditions like PCOS?

MedShadow’s own registered dietician and medical advisory board member, Alison Acerra, shares insight on using food as medicine to help manage PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome).

Up to 6 to 12% of women in the U.S. have PCOS, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

LEARN MORE ABOUT PCOS DIET AND DOWNLOAD NUTRITION INFOGRAPHIC: https://medshadow.org/pcos-treatment-management-and-medications/

DOWNLOAD OUR MEDITERRANEAN FOOD GUIDE: https://medshadow.org/mediterranean-or-keto/

Video Production Team:
Alison Acerra, MS, RDN
Dante Steward, MBA

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