PCOS Diet Cookbook: Manage PCOS, Lose Weight, and Prevent Prediabetes. Delicious Recipes to Restore a Healthy Weight, and lower inflammati (Paperback)

PCOS Diet Cookbook: Manage PCOS, Lose Weight, and Prevent Prediabetes. Delicious Recipes to Restore a Healthy Weight, and lower inflammati By Sophia Garcia Cover Image

PCOS Diet Cookbook: Manage PCOS, Lose Weight, and Prevent Prediabetes. Delicious Recipes to Restore a Healthy Weight, and lower inflammati (Paperback)

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After years of menstruating every month, has your period stopped coming even if you are neither pregnant nor taking no-PMS birth control pills?

Have you noticed how many zits are appearing all over your face or body, even if you use expensive treatment products?

Can you no longer fit in the jeans or dresses that you used to wear several new moons ago?

Well, don't be surprised - that's what having polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) does to you. It causes pimples to show not only on your face but also on your back, chest, and other bodily folds. It makes you gain weight, to the extent that you may develop a love-hate relationship with food and yourself. You may even feel the need to shave or wax certain body parts more often than usual because the disorder induces excessive hair growth. Worse, PCOS can disrupt your menstrual cycle, thus preventing you from conceiving.

Imagine what happens when you follow a PCOS diet plan starting this instant. All the clothes that no longer fit you but you do not want to give away will be worn again. The change - albeit minor - can alter your mood positively and make you feel bad about yourself less and less. Your self-confidence will improve, considering there is no need for you to worry about your physical appearance anymore. You do not always come across bullies now that you are an adult, but I know that you can be your harshest critic.

Medical-wise, dieting for real implies that you do not have to try various drugs that may or may not work. Polycystic ovary syndrome is incurable anyway, so you cannot seek long-term help in the medical world. At the same time, it is comparable to autoimmune diseases in which you can feel better once you start changing your lifestyle - and in this case, eating - habits.

This book gives a comprehensive guide on the following:

  • The PCOS Diet
  • The PCOS Diet and Other Conditions
  • PCOS and Metabolism Repair
  • Starting Your PCOS Diet Journey
  • The connection between insulin resistance and PCOS
  • The importance of a healthy lifestyle
  • PCOS Recipes ... AND MORE


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Product Details ISBN: 9798585831355
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: January 5th, 2021
Pages: 254
Language: English