PRLog - March 24, 2014 - ATLANTA -- This week on the PCOS Challenge radio show, host Sasha Ottey will interview Sonya Satveit about healthy hormones for maintaining and managing women's fertility and wellness.
Hormone Soup creator speaks about women's hormones on PCOS Challenge Radio Show
Sonya Satveit is the creator of Hormone Soup, a blog she founded as an effort to raise consciousness around women's hormone issues. The blog was designed to spark conversation about the use of bio-identical hormones to treat issues such as miscarriage, infertility, postpartum mood disorder and PMS. The goal of Hormone Soup is to educate, empower and unite women with the knowledge and resources to act as their own health advocates..
“Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition where there is an imbalance of some hormones in a woman's body,” says Sasha Ottey. "It is important that these chemical messengers in our bodies have the opportunity to send the appropriate messages and encourage our organ systems to function properly."
Listeners can tune into a live stream of the radio show on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 6:30 PM EST at BlogTalkRadio.com/
About the PCOS Challenge Radio show
The PCOS Challenge radio show is hosted by Sasha Ottey, Founder and Executive Director of PCOS Challenge, Inc. The radio show is designed to inform people about PCOS and other related diseases and conditions. PCOS is a complex hormonal, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects more than one in ten women. It is the primary cause of infertility in women and a precursor for other serious conditions including obesity, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Experts interviewed on the PCOS Challenge radio show provide advice, support and their insight to help women overcome their PCOS symptoms and live healthier lives. Support for the PCOS Challenge radio show is provided in part by NVN Therapeutics, makers of Glucorien PCOS—medical food for the dietary management of polycystic ovary syndrome.
About PCOS Challenge
PCOS Challenge, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. It is one of the largest PCOS support organizations for women worldwide with over 20,000 members. The organization provides multimedia support for women with PCOS through television and radio programming, a magazine publication, educational workshops and online and offline support networks. For more information about PCOS Challenge, Inc. and how to get involved as a sponsor, donor or volunteer, visit http://www.pcoschallenge.org and http://www.pcoschallenge.com.