PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed: Your All-In-One Guide to Eliminating PCOS Symptoms with the Insulin Resistance Diet
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“Take power over your future by becoming an advocate for your health! In the PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed, Tara Spencer helps women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) do just that.”—Megan Stewart, Founder and Executive Director of the PCOS Awareness Association
Though the exact causes of PCOS are unknown, research suggests that insulin resistance and low-grade inflammation worsen its symptoms. And while the women who live with PCOS are more than familiar with its symptoms, most are unaware that following an insulin resistant diet can offer significant relief―especially those who have just received a PCOS diagnosis.
For Tara Spencer, being diagnosed with PCOS was devastating. The thought of struggling with weight, appearance, and fertility issues (the most common PCOS symptoms) for the rest of her life scared her. Unwilling to rely on artificial hormones and medication, she took matters into her own hands and began looking for natural ways to manage her PCOS. Tara found that changing her diet and exercise was the key to overcoming insulin resistance and eliminating her PCOS symptoms naturally. Now a nutritionist specializing in PCOS, Tara’s written the PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed so that other women who have just learned they have PCOS can find the same relief and peace of mind early on.
With the PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed, you will:
- Learn about PCOS and how to manage it through diet and exercise
- Gain tools for cultivating self-love and joy while learning to manage your PCOS symptoms
- Kickstart your metabolism with a 2-week exercise routine geared towards newly diagnosed women
- Create healthy recipes that offer tips to boost fertility, control inflammation, and manage calorie intake
- Prepare for your new lifestyle with helpful shopping lists and a 2-week PCOS meal plan
Living with PCOS doesn’t have to mean living with its debilitating symptoms. While there is not yet a cure for PCOS, relief is possible with the guidance offered in the PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed.