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PCOS Dietitian Nutritionist in
Kingston, PA and Online

Let a PCOS registered dietitian nutritionist help you improve your life

Have you been struggling with PCOS and unable to find treatments that work for you? A PCOS dietitian nutritionist at Catalyst Nutrition and Training may be able to help you.


At Catalyst, we practice functional nutrition, meaning we devise holistic nutrition plans to help women manage their PCOS symptoms. We don’t just help you to get to a healthy weight. We personalize our plans to you so you can make the necessary diet and lifestyle changes at your own pace, with us there with you every step of the way.


If you’re ready to take control of your health, work with a PCOS dietitian nutritionist at Catalyst Nutrition and Training! We serve all of Northeastern Pennsylvania from our office on Pierce St. in Kingston and can also work with anyone online. Call toll free (888) 862-0803.

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The Challenges of PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome affects between 7% and 10% of U.S. women in the reproductive age bracket.


As you know if you’ve been living with polycystic ovary syndrome, the hormonal condition can present major challenges to your everyday life. While no two people with PCOS are the same, some of the most common PCOS symptoms that you may be experiencing include:


  • Irregular and uncomfortable periods - You might have too few or too many periods. Your periods could also last much longer than normal, throwing off your ovulation cycle.

  • Infertility - PCOS causes an imbalance of hormones that could affect ovulation. Women who ovulate infrequently or not at all usually have difficulty getting pregnant.

  • Baldness, acne, and excess facial hair - With too much of the androgen hormone in your body, you may develop conditions such as hair loss and baldness, acne, and facial hair growth.

  • Weight gain - PCOS can make your body resistant to the hormone insulin, which regulates glucose in the bloodstream to create energy for your body. But with too much glucose remaining in your blood, your body will make more insulin and ultimately store more fat. Over time, this insulin resistance can lead to unintentional weight gain and the development of type 2 diabetes.


There’s no doubt about the hardships of living with PCOS. While the condition can’t be cured, you can improve your health significantly by understanding how to manage the symptoms with the help of a PCOS dietitian nutritionist.


At Catalyst Nutrition and Training, we help you to do exactly that!


How a PCOS Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Can Help

You may have already tried a range of treatments for PCOS that haven’t worked, such as clomiphene for fertility or metformin for high blood sugar. No treatment method is guaranteed to work for everyone with PCOS. However, here at Catalyst Nutrition and Training, we have been happy to see our functional nutrition approach succeed with many patients.


Maybe you’ve been searching for a PCOS nutritionist and come across our nutrition counseling program. When you enroll, either locally here in Northeastern Pennsylvania or online, you benefit from our holistic assessment of your PCOS symptoms and all your nutritional and lifestyle factors. The fact is that there may be elements in your life that are aggravating your PCOS without you realizing it.

At our first meeting, we’ll get your complete medical history and learn about other areas of your life that could be playing a role in your symptoms. Factors to consider in managing PCOS include:


  • Blood sugar balance

  • Stress

  • Sleep habits

  • Types of physical activity (making sure your intensity is not too high)

  • Proper calorie balance

  • Healthy whole-food consumption


Along the way, we’ll guide you through the changes you can make in your life to achieve a healthy weight (if you’re not already there), including taking vitamins and minerals that can complement a nutritious diet.


Getting to a good place in all these areas can improve your PCOS symptoms and support your hormone health. That in turn could help with your infertility.

Change Your Life with a PCOS Dietitian Nutritionist

At Catalyst Nutrition and Training, we believe in empowerment through nutritional education. When you need a PCOS dietitian nutritionist online or locally in Northeastern Pennsylvania, get in touch with us.


Let’s work together to change your life! Call (888) 862-0803 to set up a consultation.

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