Dr. Dylan Cutler is an online wellness consultant who empowers people with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) to achieve hormonal balance, regulate periods, enhance fertility, improve mood, and gain body confidence, without dieting or pills.
She obtained her Ph.D. in obstetrics and gynecology specializing in lifestyle changes for PCOS. She is a holistic health content creator, food photographer, fitness enthusiast, feminist, vegan and PCOS fighter herself. If you’re ready to heal your PCOS, she would love to work with you.
Dr. Cutler has been living a plant-based lifestyle for over 15 years. She believes plant-based diets positively impact our health, the environment, food sustainability, land sustainability, and animal welfare. When she’s not creating new recipes, you can likely find her at the gym pumping iron, or in the mountains hiking.
About Phruitful Dish:
The name Phruitful Dish has a couple of inspirations. Dr. Cutler associates the word ‘fruitful’ with living an abundant life of growth and transformation. When she was younger she had an unhealthy relationship with food, not unlike many womxn who have been conditioned by the health and beauty industries, the media, and our society, to associate food with feelings of guilt or shame. Her on-going transformation has led her to think of food as fuel that has the power to nourish our bodies and prevent future disease. This is particularly important for PCOS fighters because a healthy lifestyle focused on nutrient-dense foods can impact hormonal, metabolic and long-term health. Finally, the ‘ph’ symbolizes her focus on science and commitment to discussing holistic health with evidence-based knowledge.
During her doctoral degree, she conducted scientific studies on reproductive and metabolic health. She based her thesis on nutrition, physical activity, mindfulness, and supplementation for PCOS. You can find her recent work on Patreon.
Disclaimer: As the sole author of Phruitful Dish, I have based my posts on my own experiences and knowledge obtained through lived experience and during my doctoral degree (PhD). However, I am not a medical doctor. The information in this blog is not intended as medical advice. Nutritional and supplemental choices should be made in consultation with your health care provider. This blog is intended to inspire and encourage readers to educate themselves on how nutrition and lifestyle are important and often overlooked aspects of health. Therefore, please use the information at your own risk. Occasional links may be provided leading to third party websites. The existence of these links does not infer a responsibility or an endorsement of the linked site, its operator, or its contents.