PCOS & Nutrition Live Q & A:

What is PCOS?


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is the most common hormone disorder in women. And is the #1 cause of infertility in women. Hormones affected by PCOS can be insulin, testosterone, progesterone and cortisol (our stress hormone) & thyroid hormones.


Insulin resistance drives the ovaries to produce cysts, releasing excess levels of testosterone & increased symptoms.PCOS can be managed when regulating blood sugar balance through nutrition & exercise.



Our Nutrition Solutions:


Balancing blood sugar & reduce insulin resistance by balancing meals with a protein, fat and carbohydrate.


Supplementing with inositol, magnesium, and fish oil helps reduce insulin resistance & androgen levels. They can also help improve symptoms & fertility.


Reducing stress (cortisol levels). Cortisol is released when stress is present which overtime can add to insulin resistance & blood sugar imbalances. Meditation & walking can help lower cortisol regularly.


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