6 Ways to Help Symptoms of PCOS Naturally

Polycystic ovary syndrome,  or PCOS, is one of the most common hormonal endocrine disorders in women. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, about one  in 20 women in their childbearing years and one in 10 women as young as 11-years of age are affected by PCOS. That’s an estimated total of 5 million women affected in the United States.

Symptoms of PCOS

• Irregular or missed periods

• Weight gain

• Acne

• Unwanted hair growth

• Infertility

• Fatique

• Thinning hair on the head

• Mood changes

• Pelvic pain

• Headaches

• Sleep problems

Tip #1: Include these foods into your diet to help PCOS

•  High-quality, clean protein

•  Healthy fats (MCT oil, avocados,      olives, nuts, etc.)

• High-fiber foods can help combat     insulin resistance by slowing down     digestion and reducing the    fatty fish high in omega-3 fatty     acids, such as salmon and sardines

Tip #2: Avoid these foods into your diet to help PCOS

• Anything that is processed    or artificial

• Refined carbohydrates and sugars

• Inflammatory foods, namely gluten,    and cow-based dairy products

• Processed meats with added    nitratesProcessed meats with    added nitrates

If you can’t pronounce it, you most likely shouldn’t be eating it.

Cut back on exercises that leave you feeling overly fatigued. Incorporate strength and resistance training to your routine instead.

Tip #3: Cut back on strenuous exercise

Lower stress levels by incorporating activities that focus on the mind-body connection such as yoga, meditation, journaling, and breathing.

Tip #4: Combat stress

Add a good multivitamin and a fish oil supplements to your diet such as our Foundation and Essential Omega Oils (for more information about our many professional-grade supplements, contact your local BeBalanced Center).

Tip #5: Supplement  your body

At BeBalanced, we have helped countless women dealing with PCOS to correct their hormone imbalances and live a life where the symptoms of PCOS are greatly reduced. To learn more, schedule a free consultation. One specialists will work with you to come up with a plan to specifically address your concerns and they will be with you every step of the way. You are not alone. We are here for guidance and support and we look forward to meeting you!

Tip #6: Find support

Let's conquer PCOS together naturally!