Kym Campbell

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Kym Campbell
Kimberly Campbell

(1981-08-04) 4 August 1981 (age 37)
Home townSeattle, Washington, United States

Kym Campbell (born August 4, 1981) is an online health coach specializing in the management of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

She is the creator of the 30 Day PCOS Diet Challenge, a live event, where participants are introduced to a set of dietary principles that Campbell claims can alleviate many of the underlying mechanisms driving a PCOS diagnosis[1].


Through her blog-site, Campbell seeks to provide practical general advice to women interested in the use of evidence-based lifestyle interventions for the management of PCOS. Writing from a patient-perspective, Campbell draws on the experience of leading clinicians in the field of functional medicine, and rigorous review of the scientific literature. Campbell has contributed to a number of PCOS and fertility related websites including Fertility Authority[2], Kids in the House[3] and Fertility Road magazine[4]. She has also appeared on a number of podcasts including The Shameless Mom Podcast[5], Straight Talking Natural Health [6], The Fertility Podcast [7], Additive-Free Lifestyle [8], Fertility Friday Radio [9] and many others

Personal life[edit]

Kym Campbell was born in Denver, Colorado and grew up in Seattle, Washington. She attended Santa Clara University, where she completed a Bachelor of Science before immigrating to Australia to pursue post-graduate education at Griffith University. In 2010 Campbell became a dual US-Australian citizen where she now resides in the state of Queensland.

Campbell married in 2011 and gave birth to her first child in 2017 after a long struggle with PCOS related infertility.


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