Unlocking the Nutritional Path to Enhanced Fertility and PCOS Management
December 14 · 6PM – 7 PM (GMT +1 UK Time)
Join us for an enlightening event, “PCOS, Diet and Fertility – can diet help your fertility,” where we’ll explore the crucial relationship between diet, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), and fertility. Our featured speaker, Eugenia Grand, a renowned Registered Dietitian with extensive experience in women’s health, will guide us through essential topics such as the fundamentals of a PCOS-friendly diet, the significance of specific food groups and nutrients for fertility, effective weight management, the value of personalized dietary approaches for PCOS, and the role of vitamins and supplements in optimizing fertility. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into how nutrition can play a pivotal role in your fertility journey.
Eugenia Grand is a Registered Dietitian and member of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) & the British Dietetic Association (BDA). Eugenia works with patients who may require fertility treatment in the NHS and female patients who need support managing polycystic ovarian syndrome. Eugenia, also specialise in women’s health, female and male fertility and pregnancy nutrition.
Eugenia, hold a bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Tartu and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition & Dietetics from Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University.
Over the last ten years, Eugenia, worked in the NHS and private sectors, and has covered various specialities, including nutritional support in adults, gastroenterology, weight management in children and adults, gestational diabetes and type 2 diabetes prevention and remission, allergies in children, oncology, and nutrition in critically ill (intensive care).
PCOS Relief is a registered charitable organization (Charity Number: SC051494) committed to offering support and advice to individuals diagnosed with any of the four types of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Our mission is to raise awareness about PCOS, emphasize preventive measures, and provide essential support to those affected.
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