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Natural Solutions for PCOS! Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common hormonal and metabolic disorder. Its name implies the presence of many small cysts on the ovaries , however, a woman can still have the condition without having any cysts. The cysts themselves are just one of the many symptoms that can occur, along with acne, hirsutism (excess hair), hair loss, irregular cycles and fertility problems, weight gain or trouble losing weight, sugar cravings, fatigue, mood swings , skin tags, and dark patches of skin around the armpits or skin folds. If not managed, PCOS can lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and cholesterol, obesity, stroke, endometrial cancer, and pregnancy complications such as gestational diabetes. It is imperative that the condition be managed effectively to prevent these complications.One of the underlying factors in PCOS is Insulin Resistance, a problem in which the body becomes less responsive to the hormone insulin. High insulin levels stimulate male hormone production from the ovaries , contributing to PCOS symptoms.Natural medicine can be very successful in dealing with this condition. There are six main areas that need to be addressed; Diet, Nutritional Supplementation, Exercise, Lifestyle, Detoxification, and Attitude. In addition to these, there are many other specific natural treatments that can be used to deal with PCOS.1. DIETWomen with PCOS should follow a low GI (glycaemic index) diet, which helps to normalise your blood sugar and insulin levels, and allows you to burn more fat. The type of fat eaten is important too, good fats need to be favoured over saturated and trans fats. Good fats are in foods like avocado , fish, olive oil, nuts, and seeds. Water intake should be about six to eight glasses a day, and high fibre foods such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and legumes should be eaten regularly. It is also important to eat foods that are as natural as possible to reduce the toxic load on the body, and determine any foods that are causing allergic or inflammatory reactions in your body and adjust your diet accordingly. A naturopath can assist you with organising various testing procedures or supervise an elimination diet.2. NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATIONAlthough a healthy diet is essential, most people can't get an optimal amount of nutrients from their diet alone. The nutrient content of soil is being depleted , green harvesting occurs, food is stored for long periods, and processing of foods is common. All of these factors reduce our nutrient supply.
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