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Tag: PCOS Diet

January 5, 2019

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition among women of child-bearing age in which estrogen and progesterone hormone levels are out of balance. This imbalance causes the growth of cysts on a woman’s ovaries which can affect her menstrual cycle and fertility. Consulting a gynaecologist in gurgaon at The CK Birla Hospital will help reduce the severity of PCOS symptoms. Here are some diet and lifestyle changes you should carry out if you are suffering from PCOS. Exercise few

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September 17, 2020

PCOS or polycystic ovary syndrome is an extremely common health problem amongst women of childbearing age. In fact, it is so common that in an effort to raise awareness about this condition, the month of September has been declared “PCOS awareness month”. Awareness is the first step in the fight against the spread of this condition. Let us educate ourselves about PCOS and take a closer look into this syndrome, its impact and how diet & exercise can help in stopping this condition from

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September 30, 2019

Diet tends to influence health to a great extent. Females affected with PCOD have shown positive results from some dietary and lifestyle changes. Women affected with PCOD are likely to have higher levels of insulin than the ones without PCOD. They have Insulin resistance, which means that the insulin produced by the pancreas is not utilized for digestion of the sugar in the body which leads to excess of blood sugar. The stored sugar transforms into fat eventually leading to obesity. In

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May 9, 2019

Improving the diet program or adopting a new diet plan and making changes to the lifestyle may reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases associated with PCOS such as diabetes, heart disease, and endometrial cancer. Below are some symptoms of PCOS: - Irregular menstruation or no periods High testosterone levels, Abdominal weight gain or obesity, Poly cystic ovaries, Abnormal hair growth (hirsutism) Elevated insulin levels, Oily skin or acne

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