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Mira is an AI-driven fertility device that tracks your actual hormone levels to tell you exactly when your fertile and infertile days are. The smart health tracking platform has been designed with PCOS women in mind, so it is able to detect the surge in LH above your high baseline.
Soy is a popular food that is widely consumed, but as is often the case in the nutrition realm, the information on soy for PCOS is conflicting. Opinions are divided among experts on whether it is good or bad for PCOS. Now, a question I frequently get asked is, “Should I avoid soy for PCOS?” So in this post, I am going to answer this question.
Inositol is a supplement that is frequently discussed in the PCOS community. You may have come across PCOS advocates speaking of the health benefits they have experienced taking inositol. But you may be asking yourself, will it work for me? In this post, I will share with you the benefits of inositol for PCOS and why I choose Ovasitol as my inositol supplement for PCOS.
Women often confuse Polycystic Ovaries (PCO) and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) because they share a similar name and symptoms. But having polycystic ovaries does not always mean a woman has PCOS. So despite their similarities, there are key differences between the two.
Do you enjoy drinking a tall glass of wine after a long day’s work? Well, you are not alone. Alcoholic beverages like wine are consumed on a regular basis worldwide. But can alcohol be making your PCOS worse?
The keto diet is one of the most talked about diets in the PCOS community. Many keto advocates speak of the health benefits they have experienced. This may have you wondering, should I follow it?
When I suggest resistance training for PCOS, I am often greeted with raised eyebrows. Because resistance training is often avoided by women in fear of becoming too muscular. But you might be surprised to hear women should include resistance training into their workout program. Especially women with PCOS.
Dairy products like milk, cheese and yogurt, are a staple in many people’s diets. But can these foods we love so much be making our PCOS worse?
Contrary to popular belief, PCOS is not one condition. It is instead a set of symptoms and there are different types of PCOS. These types are possible root causes of PCOS.
With over thousands of supplements to choose from, it can be difficult to know which are right for your PCOS. I get it, when I was first diagnosed with PCOS I had no idea which supplements I should be taking. In this post, you will find out the best supplements that have been scientifically shown to help PCOS.
Hey there! I am Despina Pavlou, founder of PCOS Oracle and online coach. I want to share with you the diet and lifestyle changes I made to naturally reverse my PCOS and achieve hormonal balance. I believe using my holistic approach you too can take back control from PCOS.
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