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Blogs about PCOS and other PCOS resources

Blogs about PCOS and other PCOS resources

One of the first things I tell clients with PCOS, is to resist the urge to Google how to manage their PCOS. And that is because the dominant narrative about the management of PCOS is steeped in weight bias and weight stigma. This means the “advice” given is typically...

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A quick guide to PCOS

A quick guide to PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome, also known as PCOS, is a complex hormonal condition that is common in people assigned female at birth. So, what are the most important things you need to know about PCOS? You’ll find them here in this quick guide.   What is PCOS and...

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Roasted Beetroot Dip

Roasted Beetroot Dip

Roasted beetroot dip. Not hummus. I’m getting technical because technically, this isn’t a recipe for roasted beetroot hummus. In fact, I’m pretty sure, if we’re being technical and thoughtful about appropriation, anything that deviates from the traditional garlic,...

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How to advocate for weight inclusive healthcare

How to advocate for weight inclusive healthcare

Flimsy waiting room chairs. Waiting rooms plastered with fatphobic magazines, posters and pamphlets. “One size fits all” blood pressure cuffs, examination gowns and speculums. And then there is what happens once you are in the healthcare providers office... Seeking...

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Nut-free pesto (pumpkin seed pesto)

Nut-free pesto (pumpkin seed pesto)

Full disclosure: I have no idea what pesto made with nuts is supposed to taste like or if this pumpkin seed nut-free pesto resembles it in any way, but in my opinion, pesto without nuts tastes pretty good. Pesto is normally made with pine nuts, cheese, basil and...

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PCOS and binge eating

PCOS and binge eating

Binge eating is an extremely stressful experience for anyone. People with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) are at a higher risk of experiencing binge eating than people without PCOS. (1,2) Let’s take a closer look into why this is the case and what people with PCOS...

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Smoky Baked Beans (That Are Better Than Your Local Cafes)

Smoky Baked Beans (That Are Better Than Your Local Cafes)

I don’t order baked beans for breakfast anymore when I go out to eat. Why? As someone who would much rather not be cooking, I can’t believe I’m about to say this, but it is because the smoky baked beans I make at home are better than any baked beans I have paid big...

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Why am I binge eating at night?

Why am I binge eating at night?

Nighttime is one of the most common times of the day for people to experience binge eating. But why is that? Let’s take a look at what leaves people vulnerable to binge eating before bed and what you can do to stop binge eating at night.    Binge eating at night...

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Food allergy or intolerance: what’s the difference?

Food allergy or intolerance: what’s the difference?

Anyone who has eaten something that didn’t agree with them knows it can be an unpleasant, uncomfortable and sometimes scary experience, whether it be due to an allergic reaction, food intolerance or a dose of food poisoning. While food poisoning is generally well...

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