10 Surprising Benefits of Ovasitol for PCOS

Sure, you may have heard that the inositol supplement Ovasitol is great for PCOS, but not sure if you believe the hype? Here’s 10 benefits of taking Ovasitol if you have PCOS.

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What to look for in a nutrition supplement for PCOS

Interested in nutrition supplements to help manage your PCOS? Perhaps you are already taking some now or have in the past. You aren’t alone. In an international poll of over 1,300 women with PCOS, 99% reported wanting an alternative treatment to oral contraceptives to help improve their PCOS. But what you may not know is that not all nutrition supplements are created equal. Some supplements for PCOS may even harmful. Here’s how to protect yourself.

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The 4 Best Supplements For Fertility

While no pill or drink can replace a healthy diet and lifestyle, emerging research has shown that taking certain dietary supplements can improve your fertility. Here’s our list of the Top 4 dietary supplements women with PCOS should consider taking to improve their fertility.

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Should you Take a Multivitamin?

Should you take a multivitamin if you have PCOS? This is one of the popular questions we hear from our patients at the PCOS Nutrition Center. Certainly many with PCOS may be taking other supplements to help manage their PCOS, do they really need a multivitamin on top of those pills? How much is too much? What should you look for in a multivitamin? Here’s what to know about taking a multivitamin if you have PCOS.

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Melatonin Improves Fertility

Melatonin has always been known with being a helpful sleep aid, but did you know it’s also involved in fertility? Melatonin is a hormone as well as an antioxidant secreted by the pineal gland that controls the wake and sleep cycle associated with the circadian rhythm. Emerging research shows melatonin also plays a key role in fertility, and in particular, for women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

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Inositols Decrease Gestational Diabetes in PCOS Women

Many of you may be familiar with inositols and their potential benefits for women with PCOS.  But, did you know that inositols may also decrease your risk of gestational diabetes? Having optimal inositol levels is very important for women who are pregnant or are trying to conceive. Women with PCOS are 2 ½ to 3 ½ times more likely to develop gestational diabetes than pregnant women without PCOS. In this article, we review the basics of gestational diabetes and explain how women with PCOS can potentially decrease their risk by taking an inositol supplement.

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