My Favorite Business Tools

It takes a village! Here are my favorite business tools that I use to keep the PCOS Nutrition Center running.

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Maple Walnut Apple Crisp

Does Fall have you craving a warm sweet treat? This Maple Walnut Apple Crisp is sure to satisfy!  We’ve powered up this dessert with  cinnamon, walnuts and almond flour, and antioxidants, along with omega-3 fats, fiber, and protein. Walnuts are also high in minerals like magnesium, zinc, potassium, calcium, and iron which help balance hormones and promote health.

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How to Increase Ovulation with PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, is the main cause of ovulatory infertility in the United States, affecting up to 80% of women who have it. There have been many advancements over the past decade aimed at increasing ovulation among women with PCOS. This article reviews the best ways to increase ovulation and egg quality if you have PCOS along with suggestions for ways to monitor your own signs of ovulation at home.

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The Connection Between PCOS, Eating and Mood Disorders

There is a strong link between PCOS and mood and eating disorders. So much so that the current International Evidence-Based Guidelines for PCOS recommends health care providers be screening all patients with PCOS for eating and mood disorders. Let’s explore the findings present in scientific literature to understand why screening for eating and mood disorders is recommended for all women diagnosed with PCOS and what needs to be done to better treat it.

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PCOS Snack Ideas

Snacking is important and helpful to any eating plan, particularly for someone with PCOS. Here are some ideas, recipes and tips to help you build the right snack for you.

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Caffeine and PCOS: Benefits and Risks

Do you have PCOS and rely on a morning or afternoon dose of caffeine to keep you going throughout the day? If so, you are not alone – roughly 90 percent of Americans consume caffeine daily – and you may be reaping more benefits for managing your PCOS than you might think.[1] According to The New England Journal of Medicine, caffeine is the most commonly ingested psychoactive drug. While caffeine may have some benefits for PCOS, there are important things to be aware of. This article reviews the benefits and risks of caffeine for PCOS and what you should know.

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