Why Women with PCOS Need to Eat Carbohydrates

Yes, you read the title correctly:  women with PCOS need to eat carbohydrates. Usually vilified for contributing to weight gain and spiking insulin levels, carbohydrates are not always viewed as a PCOS friendly food. But certain carbohydrates need to be included into the diets of women with PCOS for optimal health. Here’s 4 main reasons why.

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30 Interesting Facts About PCOS

September is PCOS Awareness Month. Here are 30 interesting facts about this overlooked and under recognized condition that affect at least 10% of women in the United States.

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Veggie Noodle Shrimp Pad Thai

Love Pad Thai? This recipe transforms a take-out favorite into a much more nourishing dinner. Spiralized carrots and zucchini cut carbohydrates and increase fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants! A touch of ginger to this recipe further fights off inflammation.

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PCOS and Acne: Natural Treatment Options

Do you still get acne breakouts and it’s been a decade or two since your teenage years? You’re not alone! Learn about natural and effective treatments to get rid of acne for good!

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Super Easy Sheet Pan Salmon Dinner

This meal is not only super easy, but is loaded with PCOS-friendly nutrients! It’s a recipe that’s whole foods-based and supports an anti-inflammatory diet. All that in 30 minutes!

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The Functional Nutrition Approach to Treating PCOS

I am honored to have been invited to contribute a chapter titled, The Functional Nutrition Approach to Treating Polycystic Ovary Syndrome for the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) Nutrition Guide to Optimal Health: Using Principles of Functional Medicine & Nutritional Genomics. Find out how you can access this information-packed book for FREE!

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