Author Archive | Dr Rebecca Harwin

PCOS and sleep

Sleep deprived? How To Get The Shut Eye You Need!

Chronic or acute, lack of sleep relentlessly affects your health, performance and even safety. The brain can not operate properly on little sleep, and chronic sleep deprivation can contribute to high blood pressure, depression/anxiety and even obesity. And this is nothing to take lightly! Personal relationships often also suffer at the hands of no sleep, […]

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Sugar and PCOS

The Deadly Flip Side Of Sweetness – Are You Insulin Resistant Too? Dr Rebecca Harwin gives us the low down on the sweet stuff!

The stats tell a different story. According to the Green Pool report, the average Australian mere mortal consumes 41.97 kilos of sugar per year. That’s a lot of bread rolls, white crusts, pasta and sweets, and less obvious foods too. Insulin works as a virtual chauffeur, to escort excess blood sugar from our blood and […]

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1 Massive Mistake Women With PCOS Make That Keep Them Feeling Fat And Masculine

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a major health problem for millions of women around our globe. And the signs and symptoms can be devastating. Elevated testosterone, excess fat, and compromised insulin sensitivity are not only issues in PCOS, they are significant drivers. How can you change this? Check this out… This research didn’t include calorie or […]

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5 Hormones That Crush PCOS Fertility – Webinar And Notes

5 Hormones That Crush PCOS Fertility, Plus The Insights To Correct Diagnoses, And Natural Potent Remedies To Reverse Their Devastation – Your Webinar & Notes Below…     It’s not always great being a woman…   A bundle of beautiful thoughts, wrapped up in a havoc of hormones, a drop of dreams and hopes, and an internal, […]

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I can conquer my PCOS!

PCOS Cure? Is It Possible For You?

“I can”… Now that I no longer fit the PCOS diagnosis, I know just how much you can too! Looking back, part of the reason my PCOS was so bad was because I was scared, lost, alone, embarrassed, and didn’t know what to do. I was scared, and it’s a scary syndrome so denial can […]

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About PCOS

Sarah’s Story – From PCOS To Support Group

The world is made smaller and kinder by the actions of individuals working to support and help others, where they can.   And there are incredible women around this globe of ours, not only suffering from PCOS, but looking to support others with this common syndrome. And it’s my pleasure to support these strong, vulnerable, determined […]

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