PCOS Diet Basics

Diet and lifestyle play a major role in the management of PCOS, and in my practice I have seen women drastically improve by changing their diet and adjusting lifestyle factors like exercise, sleep, and stress management. The idea is to give your body all the tools it needs to heal and come to a state…

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15 Super-Simple Recipes to Help You Eat More Greens

Eating more greens is an important for a variety of reasons. Greens are loaded with antioxidants and many contain beneficial nutrients like calcium, folate, and vitamin K. Read my recent article from MindBodyGreen on ways to eat more greens! Leafy greens are some of the healthiest foods you can eat, since they’re loaded with beneficial…

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Cooked Red Cabbage with Apples

This is one of my favorite side dishes. In my family, we have it on Thanksgiving and Christmas, as it’s a dish my Dad enjoyed growing up in Germany. The apples provide a gentle sweetness that makes this dish pair nicely with a more savory meat dish. I like to pair red cabbage with pulled…

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Antioxidants: Essential Fertility Nutrients

Did you know that your antioxidant intake could affect your chances of getting pregnant? Antioxidants exert their beneficial effects by neutralizing free radicals (also known as reactive oxygen species) that can be damaging to DNA, protein, and other cell structures. Higher levels of oxidative stress have been found in women with PCOS, advanced maternal age,…

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Paleo Pancakes

These delicious pancakes are gluten and grain-free with only a few simple ingredients. My version of paleo pancakes are higher in protein than conventional pancakes and higher than many other paleo pancake recipes with 3 eggs. One banana provides all the sweetness these pancakes need. They are also relatively low in carbohydrate with healthy fats…

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