Polysistic Ovary Syndrome: How To Treat PCOS With Diet

Polysistic Ovary Syndrome, also known as PCOS is one of the most common hormonal disorders in women. Can you treat PCOS with diet?

Not according to traditional doctors as they say that there’s no cure for this condition. Yet, I healed PCOS myself naturally and you can too.

What is PCOS?

PCOS is a hormonal disorder that happens due to elevated male hormones in females.

What can happen when women have this hormonal disorder is that they can suffer with enlarged ovaries that have small fluid filled sacs or (follicles).

Personally, I got diagnosed with PCOS due to having an irregular period, but post-menopausal women can also suffer with Polysistic Ovary Syndrome. So it can affect women of different ages.

I explain more in this video:

Symptoms of PCOS

Here are the most common symptoms that indicate this condition:

  • weight gain or obesity
  • ovaries contain a number of small fluid filled sacs (follicles)
  • excessive hair growth
  • irregular and painful menstruation
  • infertility
  • depression
  • oily skin or acne

Health risks linked to PCOS

PCOS can lead to several medical risks including insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease and endometrial cancer.

Traditional medical treatment for Polysistic Ovary Syndrome includes medication or surgery.

Very often doctors will offer a partial or a full hysterectomy, which costs tens of thousands of dollars in the US.

And it’s not all about cost. Women can lose important organs in their body.

Women need these organs for healthy hormones, to be able to conceive and give birth and also transition to menopause later on in life.

Surgical removal of female organs and the medications prescribed for PCOS come with their own problems and side effects.

Both of these fail to address the underlying issue.

So what’s a sustainable way forward? Eat and live your way to hormonal health.

Weight management plays a big role in your hormonal health.

One study showed that calorie reduction AND consumption of adequate nutrient intake through healthy foods play an important role in healing Polysistic Ovary Syndrome.

A well-balanced, whole foods, plant-based diet that includes raw foods in it will supply your body with optimum nutrition.

In my video today I’m talking about PCOS, diet and lifestyle that can help you reverse this condition without  the need for medical intervention.

I share how I healed my Polysistic Ovary Syndrome with a raw food and vegan diet and give you practical steps to take today, so you can step into your beautiful  feminine self with healthy hormones.

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