Pregnitude Update Part II: Six month Follow Up

I’ve been taking myo-inositol supplement (4 grams daily) for 6 months now. I first reported my experience and blood results in June after 3 months of using myo-inositol (you can read my post here). Back then I saw noticeable improvements in my HDL (the “good” cholesterol), hemoglobin a1C (Ha1C) and c-reactive protein (CRP) levels. I also reported how my hair was thicker than ever. These improvements were made with no change to my diet, medications, supplements or exercise.Find out what I experienced from taking myo-inositol for 6 months. You may be as surprised as me!

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Pregnitude: A First-Line Natural Treatment for all Women with PCOS

Myo-inositol (MYO) is a supplement for all women with PCOS, not just those looking to get pregnant. Before I tell you why and my experience with it, I want to briefly discuss what MYO is and how it can improve PCOS.

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PCOS, Periods and Iron Loss

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Women who experience heavy or frequent menstrual bleeding may be at risk for iron deficiency. Here’s how to prevent it.

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The Power of Probiotics

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You’ve probably seen it before: the TV commercial showing actress Jamie Lee Curtis enjoying Activia yogurt in beautiful settings across the globe. In the ad, Curtis remarks that she eats this yogurt daily for “digestive health”. Yogurt, like some other dairy foods, is a probiotic or healthy bacteria, shown to have benefits on the digestive and immune systems. Interested? Here’s what women with PCOS should know about taking probiotics.

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