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FINALLY TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PCOS

Feel happy, energised & balanced. Live the life you deserve, in alignment with your hormones.

ANY OF THESE SOUND FAMILIAR?

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE LIKE THIS!

"It's time for you to start feeling your BEST, empowered with ALL the knowledge & support you need to manage your PCOS symptoms & drastically improve your quality of life."

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A BIT ABOUT ME

I'm Lauren Johnson Reynolds, the London Wellness Coach. 
I'm a nutritional therapist, speaker, women's advocate and PCOS expert. 
My mission is to help PCOS sufferers take control of their symptoms and start living their best lives in spite of their PCOS. 

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My PCOS Journey
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MY PCOS JOURNEY

I was diagnosed with PCOS at 14 years old, told I probably wouldn't be able to get pregnant naturally, then like many of us cysters, I was put on the pill to"regulate" my period and sent on my way.

 

I was horrified at the thought of not being able to be a mum one day but I pushed that fear down and got on with my life working as a touring singer the best I could.

 

For years I found myself feeling exhausted, anxious and constantly yo-yo dieting on whichever extreme fad diet was in the media at the time (special K, cabbage soup, cayenne pepper diet anyone?)

 

Of course these diets always failed and I'd end up feeling worse than ever, constantly craving sugar and hating myself and my body.

I had acne on my jawline, chest, back & shoulders; plenty of excess hair and my periods were extremely painful and heavy.

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EXHAUSTED & ADDICTED

Although on the surface, life as a touring singer looks glamorous and I somehow managed to appear like I was fine, I had no sleep pattern to speak of, was living on sugar, caffeine and carbs, had terrible mood swings and when I came off the pill, my periods stopped altogether. 

My poor body didn't know whether it was coming or going and I knew something had to change.

At the time I was so ashamed and embarassed of my symptoms that I tried not to document any of it, I even covered the acne scars on my back with foundation so it wouldn't show in certain outfits, BUT...

 

For transparency, here's a few photos of my touring lifestyle: at the time I just saw a girl living the touring life but now I see someone struggling through self confidence issues, disordered eating and anxiety, creating the perfect environment for her PCOS symptoms to run rampant.