I finally conceived, my daughter is one.....

by Nkhala
(Lesotho)

I have been struggling with PCOS for many years, and tried to conceive for 7 years.

I changed my diet to the one of diabetic people, exercised at least 30 minutes each day, took walks on weekends, I began to have very good night sleeps, and the headaches I used to suffer were gone, my cycle came back to normal for 3 months and after that stopped again...wow, this time around it stopped because I was pregnant..

I am a proud mother of a one year old princess. All it took was to change my diet. I wish I knew that sooner...

Regards
Nkhala

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Low glycemic diet improves fertility
by: PCOS Editor

PCOS and diabetes have a lot in common, including a dysfunction of the insulin hormone, a condition called "insulin resistance". Insulin resistance is associated with fertility problems. A diet with a very low glycemic load diet, the right ratio of different types of fat and a moderate level of protein will do much to correct this problem. "Glycemic load" refers to the amount of blood sugar created from eating a meal. The best way to reduce the glycemic load is to increase consumption of non-starchy vegetables, and cut consumption of processed foods.

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