Episode 184: PMS, PCOS, and Pain – Your Period Doesn’t Have to Suck

with Melissa Lee, WHC

Despite the significant percentage of women affected by polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, it often goes undiagnosed or diagnosed incorrectly. If you’re a women concerned about irregular periods, problems with ovulation, or other symptoms, this episode could be particularly relevant.

Melissa Lee joins this conversation to examine different pieces of the PCOS puzzle. Rather than finding medications that mask the symptoms, Melissa advocates for changing how you’re living to address the issues head on.

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • Why there’s so much difficulty around recognizing and diagnosing PCOS
  • How Melissa’s journey with PCOS organically transitioned her into her current niche
  • The role that good fats play in her diet now
  • What advice she has around weight loss for women who suspect they may have PCOS

Melissa Lee is a women’s health coach specializing in PCOS and weight loss. She focuses on sustainable lifestyle changes and helps her clients feel comfortable in their clothes again.


Melissa’s free lifestyle downloads

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Ep 98: Low Tox Living with Alexx Stuart

Ep 152: DIY Detox with Bridgit Danner

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