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PCOS and Your Metabolism

Diane Kress, Registered Dietitian and author of The Metabolism Miracle, shares insights to help women with PCOS make nutrition choices that can work better with their unique metabolism.

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Diane Kress, Registered Dietitian
Diane Kress
Author
The Metabolism Miracle

Diane Kress, RD, CDE, is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with more than twenty-five years' experience in medical nutrition therapy. She is well known as the developer of the world-famous lifestyle program,
The Metabolism Miracle.


After years of practicing as a traditional nutritionist and writing the nutrition protocol for diabetes and weight reduction programs in hospital systems, she researched and developed a program specifically for the millions of people who have the genetic predisposition to metabolic syndrome or Metabolism B. The book became a New York Times Bestseller, the #1 diet book on Amazon.com, the #1 diet book in Great Britain (Daily Mail), a best seller in Europe, South Africa, and Australia.

For more information, visit http://themetabolismmiracle.com.

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