…and do it all without total reliance on pharmaceutical drugs?
Well, there is some very good news!
Our review of over 2,000 medical research studies has uncovered some little-known but very important natural therapies that you can apply immediately to improve your symptoms of PCOS.
The research also revealed that you can gain a high degree of control over your symptoms and improve your fertility -- if you know what to do…and then do it!
There is hope!!
You can start right now to reclaim your health and start to gain the upper hand over polycystic ovary syndrome and all of its ugly symptoms. And be able to start a family, if that's what you want to do.
We found out something that you doctor hasn't told you: what you eat has a profound effect on every aspect of this disease. In fact, the correct diet can be more effective over the long term than drugs. So we wrote a comprehensive e-book describing a diet that is specifically designed for alleviating PCOS. This e-book is an excellent way for you to get started on the road to better health.
There are dozens of medical studies showing that you likely have genetic and metabolic abnormalities that increase your need for very specific nutrients. You may not be getting enough of these nutrients in your diet, so nutritional supplementation is useful in these situations.
This site has compiled a selective list of nutritional supplements that have specific application to polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility and other symptoms, all based on medical research evidence.
You can get these supplements in our PCOS Nutritional Supplements Store.
Did you know that new scientific research relating to PCOS is being published almost every day?
Chances are, your doctor is not keeping up with this information. But we are! We review hundreds of scientific articles every month. When we find a "research pearl", we share it to you.
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Hormonal imbalances and poor diet in PCOS can cause eye glands to malfunction and cause vision problems in the future.
Overweight women with PCOS may have dark, velvety skin patches (acanthosis nigricans). An insulin resistance type of diet and lifestyle should provide relief.
Hi I am Casey, 28y/o. I've been diagnosed having a PCOS too. At first I felt nervous even if my doctor told me it's nothing to worry, that I can have