You Can Take charge of your PCOS symptoms!

Sometimes it can feel like you’re fighting an uphill battle when you have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. You may feel dismissed by your doctor, not to mention confused by the conflicting nutrition information you read on the internet.

You might even feel like giving up, especially when nothing is working for you.

But it doesn’t have to be this way!

Trusted Expert Nationwide

Martha Lectures Across The Country. Audiences include registered dietitians, other health professionals and women with PCOS.

Advisory Board Member

PCOS Challenge

Over 10,000 members, this is the largest advocacy group for women with PCOS.

Not Every Woman Needs To Avoid Entire Food Groups And Cut Carbs Dramatically.

Much Of What You Read On The Internet Is Not Evidence-Based And Doesn’t Take Into Account Your Individual Physiology. As A Result, Drastic Diets Can Lead To Eating Disorders, Depression And Anxiety.

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I’m here to help you clear the air. With over 15 years’ experience specializing in nutrition for PCOS, I understand your frustration and confusion, and together we’ll work through it. After all, knowledge leads to empowerment!

We’ll set goals and I’ll help you create a nutrition and lifestyle plan tailored to you, including exercise and supplement recommendations. We’ll also make to sure take into account your food preferences, whether they be low carb, vegetarian, dairy free, Kosher, keto, etc. The goal is a plan that is sustainable over time, so that you can keep feeling great for years to come.

I began working with Martha and I lost 40 lbs in 8 months. I went from a size 12 to a size 4. I learned how to lose weight as well as how to maintain it.

Lise C.

Following the right nutrition and lifestyle plan can make you feel like your old self – or a new improved self!

  • Weight Loss

  • improved hormonal balance

  • lowered insulin levels

  • decreased inflammation

  • regularity of menstrual cycle

  • lowered blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels

  • decreased carbohydrate cravings

  • Improved fertility

  • increased energy levels and mood

  • improved sleep

  • improved skin and hair issues

  • decreased risk of diseases

  • more self-esteem and empowerment

Ready to Learn More about Taking Charge of Your PCOS?