About Dr Cutler

Dr. Dylan Cutler is an online holistic health educator, scientist, and consultant who empowers people with chronic illness to support their hormonal health, regulate periods, enhance fertility, improve mood, and gain body confidence.

She obtained her Ph.D. in obstetrics and gynecology specializing in lifestyle changes for PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). She is a content creator, clean beauty consultant, food photographer, fitness enthusiast, feminist, vegan, and PCOS fighter herself.

Dr Dylan Cutler

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.

Dr Dylan Cutler hiking the Sea to Sky Summit

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 people 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 diseases. 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.

Dr Dylan Cutler, Founder of Phruitful Dish

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.

16 thoughts on “About Dr Cutler”

  1. The last few days I have been really struggling with Endometriosis and Fibro. I started ‘operation conquer’ this morning. I am at the end of my tether and have a renewed motivation to stop these illnesses conquering me. While perusing pages on plant based diets, I find this little gold mine. Thank you so much. Your recipes look amazing. I hate the idea of eating the same foods, but not with people like you in the world. Thank you. How amazing to find people wanting to help others and making positive changes to others – if you ever have a bad day…. remember what you are doing!

    1. I am so incredibly happy you found me and my blog, AND left a comment! I am completely supportive of ‘operation conquer’! I hope some of my recipes will be useful to you and at the very least inspire you to create appealing healing foods. I understand what feeling restricted is like and I never want to feel that again so my goal is to make recipes that are fulfilling and with a purpose! Lastly, thank you for the kind words. Bad days do happen and reminding myself WHY I do what I do gets me through those. Thank you 🙂 I look forward to connecting with you more.

  2. Fabulous recipes and great content! I like how you describe the specific health benefits of vegan food, and the recipes look delicious. I recently started creating meals from the “Oh She Glows” cookbook by Angela Liddon and I think we’re embarking on a new way to look at food.
    What a great project, thanks for sharing.

    1. Hello Becky! Thanks for the great question. Veganism can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, water use, species extinction, and deforestation. A great documentary is Cowspiracy which talks about all the environmental impacts of eating meat. I found it fascinating. And to answer your second question, I don’t drive. I walk and use public transit. 🙂 Hope the film is interesting for you!

  3. Love everything about this blog right now! I can always use some inspiration to eat more veggies and you make it look like a stunning experience. Also, I have so many friends that suffer from PCOS that I will definitely be sharing your page with them. Cant wait to try some of your ice cream recipes 🙂

    1. Love everything about this comment! Haha, thank you so much for leaving a kind note. I feel like I specialize in beatifying fruits and veggies lol And I am very appreciative of you sharing with your friends. ?

  4. Hey Dylan – love your blog. I’ve got PCOS but never really make an effort to manage it. Although I’m vegan (which I love!!) – I will definitely benefit from some of your low GI recipes.

    Thank you for your work researching PCOS and sharing your experiences and of course delicous food!

    Gill x

    1. Hi Gill! Thank you for leaving a comment! It means a lot to me when I know women with PCOS are reading my blog and enjoying it 🙂 I try to keep all my recipes low GI so stay tuned (its a key part of my phd thesis which I hope to be able to share eventually). Have a great week <3

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