Are you struggling with PCOS and not sure how to gain control of your body again?
Maybe you’ve tried different diets and supplements, but nothing gave you the results you were looking for.
Maybe this has all left you feeling frustrated, confused, and lost on what to do next.
We are here to help.
At OnPoint Nutrition, we have helped hundreds of women, just like you, navigate life with PCOS.
We recognize that we all need a little bit of help sometimes.
This is where group nutrition coaching comes in.
Group nutrition coaching provides you with both an expert to guide you on the path to controlling your PCOS, as well as a supportive group of women on a similar journey.
Having the right people around you can significantly improve your chance of success, and we are here to connect you with those people.
As a registered dietitian and nutrition coach who has walked this path with many women just like you, I know that group nutrition coaching can help you transform your life and truly make your goals a reality.
In this article, we’ll discuss the following:
- What group nutrition coaching is
- Who group nutrition coaching is for
- How group nutrition coaching can help you manage your PCOS
By the end of this blog, I hope you feel confident to take the next step toward managing your PCOS.
What Is Group Nutrition Coaching?
Group nutrition coaching is fairly self-explanatory. It’s nutrition coaching in a group setting.
You and the others in your group will work closely with a nutrition coach, likely a registered dietitian or nutritionist, to achieve your PCOS and other nutrition goals
You may wonder how you can work on your personal goals in a group setting. Good question.
Group nutrition coaching brings together a group with common nutrition goals, like managing PCOS. You may not all share all of the same goals, but your main goal is the same.
The beauty of group nutrition coaching for PCOS is that you have access to an expert as well as the support of others who are also on a PCOS journey.
Together, you will share your successes and struggles, so you all come out stronger on the other side.
Who Is Group Nutrition Coaching For?
Anyone with a nutrition-related goal can benefit from group nutrition coaching.
This is especially true if your goal is a fairly common goal that others are likely to share, like navigating life with PCOS.
Common focuses of group nutrition coaching include:
The Advantage of a Virtual Nutritionist
Group nutrition coaching is often conducted online, which makes it even more accessible.
While you may struggle to find a group nutrition coaching program specifically for PCOS in your local area, the digital age allows you to connect with others near and far.
Who May Want To Consider Individual Nutrition Coaching
If you have some very specific nutrition-related goals that are unlikely to be shared by others, you may benefit more from individual, personalized nutrition coaching instead of group nutrition coaching.
If you have multiple medical concerns that require much more individualized planning with a dietitian, you may also want to consider one-on-one nutrition counseling.
If you aren’t comfortable sharing your struggles in a group setting and would prefer something more private and confidential, individual counseling is likely a better fit for you.
How Does Group Nutrition Coaching Help Me Reach My Goals?
First and foremost, group nutrition coaching gives you direct access to an expert. This expert has experience helping others achieve the same goals you have set for yourself. They will be able to support and guide you to change your habits and find long-term success.
Second, group nutrition coaching connects you with others who are on a similar journey. This provides support and camaraderie as you work toward common goals. It may also expose you to ideas and ways of thinking that you’ve never seen or heard before. Your coach isn’t the only person you’ll be learning from.
How Does Group Nutrition Coaching Help Me Manage PCOS?
The big picture is great, but you’re likely wondering more specifically how group coaching will really help you manage your PCOS.
The answer is by:
- Supporting you after a PCOS diagnosis.
- Connecting you with like-minded women who are on a similar PCOS journey.
- Helping you build confidence with your food choices, meal planning, and exercise to help manage your PCOS.
- Exploring PCOS symptoms, causes, and treatments together.
- Using mindfulness and mindful eating as tools for living your best life with PCOS.
- Learning how to give your body what it needs to feel your best and to conquer your PCOS symptoms.
What Does A Group Nutrition Coaching Program Entail
Group nutrition coaching programs include individual and group sessions to help you achieve your goals--big and small.
Initially, you will meet with your PCOS nutrition coach for an individual assessment to review your goals, what to expect, and some personalized resources.
Throughout the program, you will meet your group regularly for educational sessions led by your nutrition coach. These sessions will be informational and collaborative so you can make progress toward your goals each and every week.
Additionally, you will receive educational modules, recipes, and other resources to support your learning and growth.
Finally, you will also be able to reach out to your coach directly for individual support at any time throughout your program, so you always feel guided.
Is Group Nutrition Coaching For PCOS Right For Me?
If you are looking to build knowledge and get support to improve your quality of life, PCOS group nutrition coaching is right for you.
If you are ready to join a community of women like you who are navigating life with PCOS, PCOS group nutrition coaching is right for you.
Finding the right program, expert, and group is important.
You want to find a program where the nutrition philosophy aligns with yours. You want to find an expert that you trust to guide you. You want to be in a group of positive, like-minded individuals all working toward common goals.
Is OnPoint Connections PCOS Program Right For Me?
At OnPoint Nutrition our team believes you can find freedom from your PCOS symptoms.
If you are ready to be guided and supported, this group is for you.
OnPoint Connections PCOS will teach you about the science of PCOS and deep dive into the holistic nutrition and wellness practices that will help you conquer your symptoms. The knowledge you gain in this program will help you connect with your body and have the confidence to reclaim control of your health.
You’ll also have the unique opportunity to connect with women who are experiencing the same struggles as you.
If you’re ready to take the next steps, join the waitlist for the next round of OnPoint Connections PCOS today to secure your spot.
Liz has been reading nutrition labels since she learned how to read. Growing up with severe peanut and tree nut allergies she learned that it’s important to know what you are putting into your body. She made her first big lifestyle change as a freshman in high school, when she decided to become a vegetarian. However, it wasn’t until she took a food class in Italy as part of a study abroad program in college that it clicked in her mind that she wanted to make food and nutrition her career. Liz graduated from Penn State University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Nutrition, as well as a bachelor's degree in Marketing. She completed her dietetic internship with Aramark in Philadelphia, and her master's degree at Northeastern University shortly after.