PCOS often leads to weight gain, and makes it extremely difficult to lose weight due to hormonal imbalances, inflammation, and other factors. So can weight loss surgery help you lose weight and manage symptoms if you have PCOS?
The keto diet has been shown to help with weight loss and hormonal imbalance. But is it safe to follow if you have PCOS? We’re discussing the pros and cons of the ketogenic diet for improving symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
Looking for some food and diet strategies to help combat PCOS-related hair growth? We cover spearmint tea, nutrition for lowering androgens and inositol in this blog post
Find out whether these four popular supplements are ACTUALLY going to help you manage your PCOS, from inositol, cinnamon, zinc to chromium!
Nutrition tips for lean PCOS including the low-down on carbohydrates, exercise, vegetables and why nutrition is so important in managing lean PCOS by Stefanie Valakas APD, The Dietologist.
You have probably heard me talk about the high rates of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) amongst women diagnosed with endometriosis, but I had some of my PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) ladies ask whether this may…
Wondering what diet and lifestyle changes you can make to help improve your insulin resistance before you try to conceive (TTC)? Find out the facts in this blog post by Stefanie Valakas APD, The Dietologist based in Sydney.
Eating for PCOS – should you go gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free or keto? What about Myo-inositol and D-chiro inositol supplements for PCOS? Omega-3s? Stefanie Valakas APD (The Dietologist) covers the facts in this blog post in the second part of the Eating for PCOS series.
Eating for PCOS, low GI, low carb, Mediterranean diet. PCOS diet. What to eat for PCOS. PCOS and weight loss. What to avoid for PCOS, what to eat for PCOS, what to eat for PCOS weight loss. A blog by Stefanie Valakas APD, Dietitian & Nutritionist, The Dietologist.