Highlights from the PCOS Guidelines

Did you hear? The newly released International evidence-based guidelines for the assessment and management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) were released this week. Designed to provide clear information to assist clinical decision making and support optimal patient care, these guidelines encompass the culmination of the work of over 1,000 health professionals and consumers internationally. These guidelines reflect the newest advancements in PCOS research and offer more insight into better managing and treating PCOS. Here’s what they mean for you.

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Is PCOS an Autoimmune Disease?

Emerging research is showing a link between PCOS and autoimmune disorders. This article explores the reasons to the link and what you can do about it.

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3 Major Benefits of Curcumin for PCOS

Have you wondered about the benefits of curcumin for PCOS? Curcumin, a component of turmeric, is a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Here is what to know about taking curcumin and three big benefits of curcumin for PCOS.

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Health Benefits of Coenzyme Q10 For PCOS

Emerging research is showing that coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 may offer numerous benefits to people with PCOS,  Coenzyme Q10 has been shown to be involved in improving fertility and pregnancy in women with PCOS. Newer research is showing the potential of Q10 to lower testosterone as well as cholesterol and insulin levels. Here’s what to know about Coenzyme Q10 if you have PCOS.

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Inositol Or Metformin for PCOS: What The Evidence Shows

If you’ve been following the PCOS Nutrition Center blog, you know what a fan we are of a combination of myo and d-chiro inositol (DCI) for pretty much any person with PCOS, regardless of age or fertility. New research is starting to compare the benefits of inositol to metformin in women with PCOS. The results may surprise you!

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What It’s Really Like to Sleep with CPAP

Like so many people with PCOS, I have obstructive sleep apnea. A common condition, sleep apnea causes pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Sleeping pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes and can be accompanied by snoring, gasping, or choking for air. Like many, I was unaware that I had it. Here is my experience getting diagnosed with sleep apnea and treatment using a CPAP machine.

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