MATTERS OF THE HEART: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

High blood pressure is the number one cause of stroke and a major risk factor for heart attacks. In fact, high blood pressure contributes to more deaths in men and women than any other preventable factor. But the good news is, it can easily be controlled.

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6 Steps To More Satisfying Meals

In a food rut or feeling blah about your food choices lately? You’re not alone. Most people buy the same foods every week at the grocery store leaving the palate yearning for some fresh, new and tasty ideas. Here are some tips for making your meals more satisfying and enjoyable.

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Cauliflower Crust Pizza

If pizza normally leaves you feeling like you overindulged, you’ll love this version with a crispy cauliflower crust. Over 100% of the recommended amounts for vitamins A and C are found in one serving of this tasty pie. Recipe from The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook: 100 Easy and Delicious Whole Food Recipes to Beat PCOS.

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Should All Women with PCOS Eat Gluten-Free?

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Are you thinking of changing your diet to one that’s gluten-free? You’re not alone. The number of gluten-free diet books and products available are exploding. Some gluten-free products claim to promote everything from better sleep, increased energy, weight loss and even thinner thighs and cleaner skin. Some gluten-free claims offer treatment for autism and rheumatoid arthritis. It’s no surprise that the primary reason many buy gluten-free foods is a belief that they are viewed as healthier than other foods. But is eating a gluten-free diet a necessity for all women with PCOS? Find out!

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7 Ways To Eat To Boost Your Fertility When You Have PCOS

Researchers know more than ever about the influence of nutrition on a person’s fertility. A healthy diet not only can improve the metabolic and reproductive factors associated with PCOS but egg development and ovulation too. Here are some clinically-proven ways to eat to improve your fertility and get your body ready to support a healthy pregnancy.

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Five Things Women with PCOS Should Know about FODMAPs

Over 40 million Americans have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and women with PCOS have more than their share. Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome include excess gas, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea and/or constipation. If your doctor says you have IBS, you might want to consider the FODMAP approach to managing your symptoms. This evidence-based diet can help up to 75% of IBS-sufferers get symptom relief.

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