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It can be ridiculously confusing living with PCOS, you're constantly reading conflicting advice. Each week, I, Clare Goodwin, will be helping to simplify this for you by sharing with you some actionable steps to take and breaking down the latest research so you can actually understand it. I'll also share some real life stories of women who've improved their PCOS symptoms to give you that weekly boost to just keep putting one foot in front of another. If you have PCOS and you want some real t ...
 
If a professional, polished, well-edited podcast is what you’re after then move along, friends. But if you love unfiltered banter, unedited bloopers and authentic heart sharing then you are in the right place. Oh, we also have the most practical tips on holistic health care covering loads of areas like thyroid, hormones, preconception care, gut health, adrenals and optimising your mindset to heal fully. Each week we cover topics across the areas of thyroid, gut, fertility, pregnancy, hormona ...
 
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When were you diagnosed with PCOS? Was it a few months ago? A couple of years ago? Two decades ago? Regardless of your age when you were diagnosed with PCOS, the whole situation was probably all a bit confusing. Questions, blood tests, maybe ultrasounds, explaining your symptoms a million times, hearing ‘mild’ or ‘severe’ PCOS thrown around, you he…
 
Whether you were diagnosed with PCOS yesterday or 10 years ago, figuring out what works for managing your symptoms can be a relentless battle. It’s like moving in quicksand. No matter how much you do, you seem to get nowhere. If anything, your symptoms seem to get worse. You’re tired (in a literal and emotional sense), you can’t seem to manage your…
 
After getting diagnosed with PCOS, you don’t really get much help with what to do next. What dietary changes do I need to make? Can I continue to exercise the same way? What about supplements? What about pregnancy? How do I fix these symptoms? It’s no wonder so many of us wind up down a rabbit warren of trying different diets, exercising like there…
 
Combining ancestral wisdom with modern science, a practical approach to nutrition & whole foods and making things easier for families to be healthier, is something that this week’s guest is known for 💕 If you want to discover more about an ancestral approach to nutrition & health, practical tips you can use in your kitchen and everyday life for hea…
 
When you’re diagnosed with PCOS, you’re told that there’s not much you can do except go on the Pill and come back when you want to get pregnant. So when you do want to get pregnant, you go back to your doctor or OBGYN and they say those 5 words that you so don’t want to hear: “Keep trying for a year” and then they’ll look into it afterwards (which …
 
What is a GOOD period? Is YOUR period actually normal or is it just what you’re used to experiencing? Each week in my Thyroid Rescue program I ask my community members what questions they have. Recently I was asked to describe a good period versus a bad period. I thought this was such a great question for TWO key reasons… 1. Understanding your cycl…
 
A question I get a lot is “can you actually have insulin resistance if your test results have come back normal?”. A lot of you have suspected insulin may be driving your PCOS and requested blood work from your doctor, only to find that everything is normal - and they won’t order anything else. So you’re stumped as to what your next step should be a…
 
Our guest: Helen Marshall Helen Marshall is the founder of Primal Alternative, a healthy baking and licensing business. She’s also a health coach and an advocate for living your best life! Helen’s mission is to empower people to be accountable to their purpose with a new business model of freedom – the Primalista Licence. The model was born from a …
 
What should a normal period actually look like? Irregular periods and long cycles are pretty typical in PCOS - in fact, it’s one of the three criteria your doctor or OBGYN will consider when deciding whether you fit the diagnosis. While some women with PCOS have perfectly regular periods, that’s unfortunately not the reality for many women dealing …
 
You’ll remember last week on the podcast I spoke about all things SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) related. You may have been thinking, “I wonder if I have SIBO as well as PCOS?”. Like PCOS, SIBO is one of those conditions that’s hard to get most doctors to take seriously. But it’s a very real condition - and you don’t have to put up wi…
 
Got gut issues as well as PCOS? PCOS and IBS are similar in that IBS is not a single disease with a single cause. Rather, it’s a syndrome — a collection of signs and symptoms — that has multiple possible causes. Maybe you've been tested for coeliac - negative. You've done low FODMAP - it didn't work. You've tried cutting various things out - no rea…
 
About this episode: There is this massive misconception out there that in order to meditate regularly (not just when life is jolly) that you're doing it "wrong" if your mind is busy or you catch yourself "thinking too much". There is also a bit of a story people tell themselves about not having enough time. I am going to call a loving BS here and s…
 
The pandemic meant a lot of us were not able to do the things we'd planned. For many women who have PCOS, it meant that their fertility treatment was put on hold. Something they've been waiting for and working towards, shut down and stopped until further notice - virtually overnight. Now for many women, the TTC journey with PCOS is a long, exhausti…
 
Been told you have to go low fat by your doctor for your cholesterol but high fat by your nutritionist / dietitian for your insulin resistant PCOS? Trying to make sense of all of the information out there on cholesterol? Hoping that you can still eat eggs?! You may remember a few episodes ago, I spoke to Dr Simon Thornley all about cholesterol. Whe…
 
Topics Include: How soon before trying to get pregnant should you get your thyroid checked + what does that even mean "Adrenal fatigue" or "burn out" versus thyroid issues - which one is it? Is it my thyroid or is it just #mumlife? Is it true that you need to go gluten free if you have thyroid issues?…
 
If you’re anything like me, you were diagnosed with PCOS in your teens or twenties - struggling with irregular periods among other symptoms. But what happens to our periods when we’re 35 and older? How do we know what’s actually normal and then how can we tell when we’re reaching perimenopause and menopause? A huge misconception I hear fairly regul…
 
In this episode we talk through 3 ways your thyroid might be messing with your hormones. Heavy periods, painful periods, irregular periods, infertility, miscarriages, difficult perimenopause/menopause, hormonal acne, hair loss... these are all examples of SYMPTOMS of hormonal imbalances that may be driven by your thyroid. We also chat through 3 way…
 
In this episode we are talking all things Thyroid Medication/Thyroid Hormonal Replacement. I'll be busting some common myths when it comes to thyroid medication used to treat an underactive thyroid. PLUS I'll provide some insights into what else you can do to help reclaim your energy and optimise how you FEEL.…
 
Sleep is one of those universal foundations of our health. If you’re not prioritising that, it can really negate all of the work you're putting in in other aspects of your healthy lifestyle, like nutrition, exercise and supplementation. If we don’t have good sleep, all of the pillars of our health crumble. With lockdowns happening (we’re currently …
 
When it comes to optimising your health and feeling the best you can, many of us will have a few foods that we know just don't sit well with us. Yet it seems that any form of "restriction" "avoidance" or "cutting out" of certain foods gets automatically slapped with a disordered eating label. So how can you tell if you have disordered eating or are…
 
Sleep is one of those universal foundations of our health. It’s like a good sunscreen in your skincare routine - if you’re not prioritising that, it can really negate all of the work you're putting in in other aspects of your healthy lifestyle, like nutrition, exercise and supplementation. If we don’t have good sleep, all of the pillars of our heal…
 
The Forensic Nutritionist Podcast Season 2An investigative approach into gut health, nutrition, skin care and wellbeing by Fiona TuckEpisode 33 - Michelle Wong (aka Lab Muffin) - Skin care ingredient myth busting according to scienceAutor: Fiona Tuck
 
Do you have kids that are picky eaters and just don’t want to eat anything you put in front of them? Do you find you’re a similar way about foods? Working on improving your nutrition for your PCOS and want to introduce your child to more variety in their food? The reason may be the associations you had around food as an infant, toddler and child. I…
 
In this episode I answer more of your questions about all things gut health, including: - Where to start when it comes to healing your gut especially when there is SO much information out there - Are gut issues important to correct before trying to conceive? - Should healing your gut be a priority over thyroid issues? - Is it normal to feel nauseou…
 
Long cycles? Anovulatory cycles? Heavy periods? Trouble sleeping in the lead up to your period? Recurrent miscarriages? Spotting? These all have one thing in common - they may be caused by low progesterone. This cheeky little hormone starts to rise in the second half of your cycle and is so so important for your health. Progesterone is very importa…
 
I’m back with my first episode of The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast for 2021! For this first episode back in the new year, I have a super juicy episode for you all. I know a lot of you either with children already or planning to have children are concerned about how your predisposition to insulin resistance (which roughly 80% of women with PCOS have) w…
 
Below are the GREAT questions you all asked in relation to gut health. Tune in to hear my answers: Why does your cycle affect bowel motions Why do we bloat around our cycle? What should I eat and avoid having SIBO? I’ve healed IBS after a very long journey and now I feel like its back. Can this happen? Can you just use diet to get rid of Candida? I…
 
Shannon Carlin - Oncology Naturopath joins me to share her Natural Medicine approaches to support patients with Breast Cancer. A bit more about Shannon: Shannon will listen to you, give you hope, and provide you with a research and evidence-based treatment, to facilitate your health. Shannon provides a plan for your health, not just your dis-ease. …
 
This episode will be my last podcast episode of 2020! I can’t believe we’re already at the end of the year - it’s been a looooong one to say the least! Now you may remember that I released my book about a month ago (I know I keep talking about it, I’m still so excited!). I’ve had some really awesome feedback already but I know that many of you have…
 
Attention my active exercise lovers! Ever wondered how the heck to eat to support your training, your hormones and your health as a female? This episode was so much fun. I love this woman and she's arguably one of the most sought after speakers on naturopathic sports nutrition in our industry, and for good reason. This episode is for you If you've …
 
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