Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2


Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2


A revolutionary 21-day organic diet plan that helps to cure PCOS. Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2 also includes nutritious recipes that will help you to fight against polycystic ovarian syndrome. This book also discusses what happens if PCOs left untreated.

About Author:

Sarah Sumbal is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist specializing in Medical Nutrition Therapy and Community Nutrition. She is the author of Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2 also Part 1 of the book. Sarah holds a Master of Science degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She has worked with a wide range of people of all ages. She is concerned for the health of women and has spent several years studying polycystic ovarian syndrome. Sarah used that extensive knowledge as well as understanding that She gained from studying and researching PCOs and wrote this book for women suffering from PCOs as it is the most common endocrinopathy in females of reproductive age globally. Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2 will help you how to manage polycystic ovarian syndrome effectively by consuming a nutritious and healthy diet.

About Book:

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the major cause of infertility. Proper nutritional management of PCOs enhances fertility and you can get back the blessing of being a mommy. After reading Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2 you will learn what healthy choices can help you to be fertile. Also, you will manage easily the symptoms associated with this endocrine disease naturally. The risk of breast cancer also increases in women struggling with polycystic ovary syndrome the dietary solution is available in Dietary Management of PCOS Part 2. If you have a family history of PCOs what foods you should specifically add to your diet to lessen the risk of suffering from this disease is imperative for you to know. You will also learn:

What eating habits you should have if you are at risk of PCOS. Also, you will learn about whether can you develop PCOs in your 20s. Another important thing to know is what happens if PCOs are left untreated. This endocrinopathy affects your breast tissue also and makes it asymmetrical. A 21-day diet plan is created as well as nutritious recipes have been added in the book that will help you to fight against polycystic ovarian syndrome.


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