Eight reasons to adopt a low-carb diet for polycystic ovarian syndrome


Jessica – Before and after

Many people come to Diet Doctor because they are looking for help to lose weight or reverse type 2 diabetes. But did you know that almost all the symptoms of a common female condition called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) respond very well to a low-carb or ketogenic diet, too?

So what is PCOS? It’s a reproductive disorder that affects about 10 percent of all women. The symptoms are upsetting: infrequent or absent menstrual periods, infertility, weight gain, acne, facial hair growth such as mustaches and sideburns, sometimes even losing scalp hair.

Here are the top eight reasons to adopt a low-carb diet for PCOS

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  1. Ros
    I am 56 years old and childless. I have tried everything , including in vitro fertilisation and failed dismally. I have episodes of crying over a baby I never had. After trying all the interventions, 13 huge fibroids/myomas were removed successfully. Unfortunately I never managed to conceive. I have not stopped hoping, yep...all in God's hands now.
    I have been struggling to loose weight. I will try Keto diet, for health reasons...maybe I will get "lucky" with baby as a side effect...

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