7 Reasons Why Diets Don’t Work for PCOS

I know you’ve worked SO hard to lose weight if you suffer from PCOS. Women with this condition work harder than anyone else I know to get the scale to budge only to see it not move!

You’ve tried it all: eating gluten free, counted everything from calories to fat grams to carbs. Maybe you even cut carbs out altogether. You’ve gone as long as you could without eating. You work out hard. Yet, the weight barely moves on the scale or you see weight loss only to look at a slice of pizza and see the weight come right back on and then some.

PCOS is complex. There is still so much to learn about it despite PCOS being the most common endocrine disorder among fertile women. Here are some reasons why weight loss is so hard for those with PCOS and why it may be time to jump off the endless diet roller coaster once and for all.

 

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Ovasitol Frequently Asked Questions

Ovasitol is a unique supplement for any woman with PCOS that combines myo- and d-chiro-inositol in the body’s naturally occurring ratio of 40 to 1.  This ideal ratio has been shown to reduce insulin, regulate periods, restore hormone balance, and improve egg quality and ovulation. Many women who take Ovasitol report a significant reduction in carbohydrate cravings. Here are the answers to the most common questions about Ovasitol for PCOS.

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Holiday Gift Guide

It’s the season for gift giving! At a loss for what to get your loved one, co-worker or BFF? Here is our list of top favorite gift ideas this holiday season.

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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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The PCOS Workbook: Clinically Proven to Reduce Anxiety, Depression, and Problematic Eating in Women with PCOS

The PCOS Workbook: Your Guide to Complete Physical and Emotional Health, the best-selling self-help workbook for women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, is now backed by clinical research as an effective way to treat anxiety, depression, and problematic eating.

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It’s Halloween: Your Sugar High is Calling!

“Gretchen, oh Gretchen! It’s Halloween, come on, I’m so tiny, just eat me. You deserve a treat. I’m only here once a year.” Sound familiar when you substitute your own name?

A few M&Ms, an itty-bitty Butterfinger, those adorable little packets of candy corn, or whatever form of cheap sugar it is that you favor are probably calling your name – LOUDLY – right about now. If you haven’t already succumbed repeatedly to the bowls scattered throughout many offices, or sneaking some out of the stash you intend to distribute tonight, or if you didn’t full-on snag an entire bag of your favorites for yourself, which is even now lurking in your desk drawer. I know the drill. You’ve got that guilty laugh, don’t you?

 

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