Women's health is by far MY FAVORITE TOPIC, which was built over the years with extensive clinical and research experiences.
Insulin resistance (or inefficiency) is often experienced by women with hormonal imbalance (such as, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - PCOS), and is commonly associated with obesity. Consequences of inefficient insulin (hormone) action include higher fat storage and abnormal reproductive cycle. A “hit” PCOS diet will help you improve hormonal imbalance, insulin sensitivity, hirsutism (excessive hair growth), as well as, overcome your sugar cravings. Leave it to me to help you manage your PCOS…
Unhealthy eating habits and body weight (under- or overweight) may be associated with hormonal imbalance and infertility. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common cause of infertility and can be improved by lifestyle changes (mainly diet intervention). Preconception diet may boost your fertility outcome, with certain foods and types of exercise to avoid.
Your customized diet plan will help in improving egg quality, intrauterine insemination/in-vitro fertilization success rate and pregnancy outcome. Rely on my preconception nutritional tips…
Your diet is important more than ever during pregnancy for your baby's growth and to your post-delivery well-being. Mother's nutritional requirements change throughout pregnancy, including healthy weight-gain, caloric intake, vitamin D and iron.
Yes!! Recent studies have shown that infants of mothers with higher levels of vitamin B3 (niacin) during pregnancy are less likely to develop eczema. Also, mother's soft drink intake during pregnancy is tied to the child's obesity risk. High intake of both folic acid and vitamin B12 (cobalamin) may be linked to higher prevalence of autism in children. I will answer your questions on what and how much to eat, and what to avoid during pregnancy.
Children born to mother with gestational diabetes have higher risks of developing diabetes, especially with uncontrolled maternal diabetes. Optimal control of your glucose (sugar) levels is almost a guarantee to get rid of diabetes post-delivery and reducing substantially your children's risk. Rely on me!