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PCOS is a complex hormonal disturbance that affects the entire body and has numerous implications for general health and well-being. It is the most common cause of infertility and, if left untreated, can lead to increased risk of heart disease and diabetes.

The 3 most common symptoms of PCOS are irregular periods, hirsutism (excess body and facial hair), and obesity. Other symptoms include alopecia (thinning hair) and acne. In addition to the hormonal and clinical changes associated with this condition, vaginal ultrasound may show enlarged or normal sized ovaries with multiple small cysts (polycystic appearing ovaries [PAO]).

Weight loss has been the major recommendation by physicians for women with PCOS. Lifestyle modifications including stress reduction, exercise, along with a decrease in total energy intake, have had positive results. Women with PCOS can lower their risk of developing diabetes and heart disease by exercising and eating a healthy diet.

Diet should be low in simple carbohydrates and saturated fats but high on complex carbohydrate, essential fatty acids, protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber and water content.

Like every individual, you too have the right to live a normal and healthy life. Reduce your symptoms of polycystic ovaries by subscribing to our tailored diet program.

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