Dr. Pateguana explains the do’s and don’ts of intermittent fasting for PCOS weight loss!

Dr. Pateguana explains the do’s and don’ts of intermittent fasting for PCOS weight loss!

#233: Dr. Nadia Pateguana is an empowering force and trusted guide for women with PCOS for over 15 years. As a naturopathic doctor, dietary coach, and author, Dr. Pateguana takes a holistic approach to health, prioritizing her patients’ well-being above all else.

In this episode, Dr. Nadia shares how intermittent fasting can be a tool to reverse PCOS symptoms!

This episode is for you if:

– You have always wanted to know a naturopathic doctor’s approach to PCOS management

– You found the information on intermittent fasting confusing

– You want a guide for the DOs and DON’Ts for Intermittent Fasting and PCOS

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