Sarah Sumbal

Certified Clinical Nutritionist


Certified Clinical Nutritionist Specialized in Medical Nutrition Therapy and Community Nutrition


I am a Nutritionist specialized in Medical Nutrition Therapy and Community Nutrition. I have completed masters in the field of Food Science and Human Nutrition. I have worked in a hospital setting for 2 years as a Nutritionist and created plethora of diet plans for the patients suffering from various disorders. I have provided nutrition consultation to many patients on their dietary pattern and lifestyle modifications in order to improve their health. Moreover, I have written more than 50 nutritious recipes and also have written several articles related to various topics such as importance of heart health, brain health, vitamins, polycystic ovarian syndrome, fitness, weight loss and many more. My research based article named Physical Performance and Functional Foods has been published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Food Science. My all articles have always been pretty engaging and easy to understand.

In addition to it, the knowledge about nutrition which I have gained through immense studying and researching I want to share it with people. I have done internships in different hospitals under the supervision of my professors therefore, I learned so much and acquired so much knowledge about healthy diet. My main purpose is to help people of all ages. Furthermore, I am amiable, easy going person. I am social butterfly who loves to socialize with people irrespective of their age, color, ethnicity. I love to learn and experience new things. I believe in experiences and every experience makes you grow. I am keen on learning new languages too. I can speak Chinese and French and working on them more to be fluent and would love to learn other languages as well. Lastly, believe in yourself and nothing in this world is impossible for you if you are determined and diligent. We all need to help each other through our knowledge, education and experiences as well as spread love among the masses.



PCOS is a serious hormonal disorder that is quite common in women of reproductive age. In this disorder, the menstrual cycle gets disturbed and you experience irregular periods sometimes prolonged periods. Androgen is a male hormone and if someone is suffering from PCOS then excess male hormone (androgen) starts getting produce. In this disorder, small numerous fluids like follicles develop in the ovaries which are called cysts and ovaries fail to regularly release eggs. Male hormone starts to produce in the female body this hormonal imbalance causes skip of monthly menstruation and makes it harder for them to get pregnant. We have come up with natural ways to cure the symptoms associated with polycystic ovary syndrome. The nutritious diet, change the eating pattern, exercise regularly to overcome this ailment. Are you one of them who are struggling with this disorder or probably your friend or sister has this particular health issue then this is the best place to know and learn about polycystic ovary syndrome. To know more about pcos, and how we can cure the symptoms with healthy eating so, stay tuned and you will certainly learn so many things related to PCOS.

Dietary Management of PCOs a Video Book

Heal Your Hormones Girl

Introductory Video of  Part 1 of Video Book 

This is an Introductory video of a video book Dietary Management of PCOs by Sarah Sumbal. PCOs is an endocrine disorder and it is affecting young women globally. Have you ever considered that simply managing your diet can help you in several ways?

Summary of Part 1 of Video Book 

This is this summary video of a video book Dietary Management of PCOs by Sarah Sumbal. In this video, a short description of Dietary Management of PCOs teaching video book part 1 has been given. All the answers to your questions are available in the book.

Introductory Video of Part 2 of Video Book 

This is an Introductory video of a video book Dietary Management of PCOs by Sarah Sumbal. PCOs is a Silent Syndrome. When the doctor diagnosis that you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, what you should do? Those male sex hormones Androgens when they start producing abnormally in your body. Girl you need to be vigilant if you experience symptoms such as:

* Irregular Menstruation or Absence of Menstruation

* Unwanted Hair Growth

* Sudden Weight Gain

Then it is an alarming situation for you

Summary of Part 2 of Video Book 

This is an Introductory video of a video book Dietary Management of PCOs by Sarah Sumbal. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the major cause of infertility. However, the good news is you can get the blessing of being pregnant but for that, certain lifestyle modifications are required.


Types of PCOS

Types of PCOS

There are six different types of PCOS that exist and many women don’t know from which type of PCOS they are suffering. Let’s check what are those 6 types of PCOS. Insulin Resistant PCOS This is the most common type of PCOS and it occurs due to the high consumption of sugar, and trans fats, smoking is the main cause of it as well as pollution. A high level of insulin in the body triggers the production of testosterone. Testosterone is a male hormone that leads to an increase in the growth of...

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Fight PCOS with Healthy Diet and Proper Nutrition

Fight PCOS with Healthy Diet and Proper Nutrition

Food has a significant impact on PCOS and if you eat healthy and nutritious food then you can overcome this disorder rapidly. Three types of foods can help people to manage the symptoms associated with PCOS. PCOS is curable if you change your lifestyle and dietary pattern!   The DASH Diet Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet is often recommended to reduce of risk of cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure. DASH diet helps to prevent PCOS and also prevents cyst to grow in...

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PCOS DIET PLAN: DAY 1   Breakfast 1 medium Orange (60 calories) Carbs 15g Protein 0g Fat 0g 2 Egg white (45 calories) Carbs 0g Protein 7g Fat 0-3g 1 cup Apple cinnamon porridge (65 calories) Carbs 15g Protein 2.4g Fat 2.9g Mid-morning Snack 1 cup sliced cucumber (1 calorie) Carbs 1g Protein 0g Fat 0g Vegetable soup 1 cup (60 calories) Carbs 10.52g Protein 0.2g Fat 0g Lunch 1 cup Boiled mushroom (45 calories) Carbs 18g Protein 7g Fat 3g ½ brown rice with mixed vegetables boiled (120...

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What are the first signs of PCOS?

The first signs of PCOS are irregular periods or no periods at all, hirsutism (excessive hair growth) on face, chest, legs, back or buttocks. Oily skin or severe acne, sudden weight gain.

Can PCOS lead to cancer

PCOS can lead to an increase in the risk of cancer, research has shown that in women suffering from Polycystic ovarian syndrome the chances of developing endometrium cancer increase than the woman not suffering from PCOS. The endometrium is the inside lining of the uterus and due to irregular uterine bleeding, the lining of the uterus becomes thickened.

Can I get pregnant with PCOS?

You can conceive with PCOS however, it may take little longer to get pregnant. Lifestyle modifications can be highly helpful such as exercise regularly, eat nutritious food as well as maintain weight.

Is PCOS life threatening?

PCOS itself is not life-threatening however, if it is not treated on time then long-term causes of PCOS can lead to stroke, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes as well.

If I have PCOS, will my daughter or sister develop the condition too?

PCOS may have a genetic component, family members who are closely related are at an increased risk of having some or all of the symptoms of PCOS. However, there is no guarantee that any of your relatives will develop PCOS.

Can PCOS permanently treated?

The symptoms associated with PCOS can be decreased or eliminated and in this way, disease can also be cured. Proper healthy diet and lifestyle modifications can do wonders.