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PCOS and Nutrition for Your Fertility

Registered Dietitian and medical nutritionist Lory Hayon discusses nutrition to enhance fertility for women with PCOS.

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Lory Hayon
Registered Dietitian
Medical Nutritionist

Lory Hayon is a Registered Dietitian and Medical Nutritionist at The Fertility Center of Las Vegas. She assists women in controlling their PCOS in order to reach vital goals such as lowering risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, controlling hypertension, and achieving and maintaining a healthy pregnancy to term.

Lory has extensive clinical experience as an in-hospital dietitian. Additionally, she has offered independent nutrition consulting and is the owner/creator of two nutrition-based businesses: Health is in the Bag, Corporate Lunch Service and Therapeutic Lifestyle Coaching for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Lory offers a wide range of programs and services including individual nutritional counseling for FCLV patients, group counseling, and a monthly PCOS support group and PCOS nutrition workshop.

For more information, visit http://www.fertilitycenterlv.com/pcos.html.

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