Reversing Weight Gain and Adrenal Fatigue

Dr. Iris Crawford of Naturkur Wellness speaks with Farrar about how to address weight gain with PCOS by focusing on hormonal balance and adrenal fatigue.

About Our Guest: Dr. Iris Crawford received a Bachelor of Science in Natural Health Sciences from Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA majoring in holistic nutrition and is a proud alumna of the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon, where she received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) degree. She is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians. ​After years of research and medical practice seeing hundreds of women successfully lose weight and get their energy back, she believes that high-achieving women aren’t getting the help they need to stay healthy and happy.  She believes that weight loss is not just about calories in and calories out and treating adrenal burnout and repairing the metabolism is often the missing link to successful and sustained weight loss. To find out more about working with Dr. Crawford go to https://naturkurwellness.com or email her at info@naturkurwellness.com.

Disclaimer: The information in this podcast is intended for general audience only and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace professional medical advice.

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About the author, Farrar

Farrar Duro here, reproductive acupuncturist and founder & host of The PCOS Revolution, a cutting-edge podcast where I interview PCOS experts and cysters who share their pearls of wisdom on how to kick PCOS symptoms to the curb once and for all!

Why I Developed The PCOS Revolution

After nearly 20 years of working with PCOS in my own practice and kicking it to the curb personally, I felt compelled to offer more support for other women going through it. Just taking a supplement here and there or committing to an unsustainable diet is not the same as having a support system and tried-and-true plan in place. PCOS doesn’t have to be complicated, and you are not alone!

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