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PCOS Top 10 Dos and Don’ts

Dr. Rebecca Harwin discusses the “Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts” for women with PCOS.

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Dr. Rebecca Harwin
Author of
Conquer Your
PCOS Naturally

Dr. Rebecca Harwin is a chiropractor and nutritionist in Australia. She is author of Conquer Your PCOS Naturally. She joins theĀ PCOS Challenge radio show to discuss the "Top 10 Ten Dos and Don'ts" for women with PCOS. Dr. Rebecca understands how tough PCOS can be, having previously suffered with the syndrome herself.

Dr. Rebecca has completed eight years of intensive University study, and holds three undergraduate degrees; a Bahelor of Chiropractic Science, a Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical Science), and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Biology). She has also completed thousands of hours of further health studies. She is passionate about combining her comprehensive education and research with her personal and clinical experiences to bring you a comprehensive way forward from PCOS to freedom.

For more information, visit http://www.conqueryourpcosnaturally.com.

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