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The PCOS Diet Book by Colette Harris

Title The PCOS Diet Book
Author Colette Harris
Publisher HarperThorsons
Release 2002
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780007131846
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Colette Harris provides a practical plan for sufferers of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome with various diets to suit each individual, accessible explanations of nutritional science and hormonal health, and an emphasis upon personal and emotional well-being.

The PCOS Diet Plan Second Edition by Hillary Wright, M.Ed., RDN

Title The PCOS Diet Plan Second Edition
Author Hillary Wright, M.Ed., RDN
Publisher Ten Speed Press
Release 2017-05-02
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0399578196
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

An updated edition of registered dietitian Hillary Wright's popular book on nutrition and lifestyle management of PCOS, this prescriptive guide focuses on using diet and exercise to manage polycystic ovary syndrome and has new information on diet therapy and exercise, current food and fitness logging technologies, and all-new nutrition-backed meal plans. PCOS is the most common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age, according to the Mayo Clinic. Characterized by numerous small cysts in the ovaries, PCOS affects up to 10 percent of all women and 14 million women in the United States alone. It is linked to infertility, diabetes, heart disease, and endometrial cancer. While this disorder is believed to be genetic and incurable, it is controllable. In this prescriptive plan, dietitian Hillary Wright demystifies the condition by explaining its underlying cause--insulin resistance--and helps readers understand how diet and lifestyle can influence reproductive hormones and decrease risk for diabetes, heart disease, and infertility. This book is packed with simple dietary and nutritional specifics: day-to-day strategies, sample meal plans, and shopping and snack lists. Updates include new information on diet therapy and exercise, the newest research on PCOS and soy and dairy, revised meal plans, and updated resources and shopping lists. The PCOS Diet Plan is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to managing this increasingly diagnosed condition.

PCOS by Colette Harris

Title PCOS
Author Colette Harris
Publisher HarperThorsons
Release 2000
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 211
ISBN 9780722539750
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment options of the condition, and discusses the importance of changing diet and lifestyle habits to improve emotional and physical well-being.

Title The PCOS Diet Plan Second Edition
Author Hillary Wright
Publisher
Release 2017
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 280
ISBN 0399578188
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A prescriptive guide that focuses on using diet and exercise to manage polycystic ovary syndrome and has new information on diet therapy and exercise, current food and fitness logging technologies, and all-new nutrition-backed meal plans"--

The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS by Jennifer Koslo, Ph.d.

Title The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS
Author Jennifer Koslo, Ph.d.
Publisher Rockridge Press
Release 2017-02-14
Category Cooking
Total Pages 228
ISBN 9781623159023
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

You can regain control of your health. You will find relief from your PCOS symptoms. You are not alone. If you're living with PCOS, chances are that you're all too familiar with its symptoms. But when it comes to treating them, it's not always clear what actually works. A study released by the US National Library of Medicine indicates that at least 50% of women with PCOS are insulin resistant. And following an insulin resistance diet is now the #1 method for treating PCOS--naturally and effectively. No one knows this better than co-authors of The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara Spencer and Jennifer Koslo. As a nutritionist and fellow PCOS thriver, Tara has gained control over her PCOS through an insulin resistant diet and now helps others do the same. As a registered dietician nutritionist of sixteen years, Jennifer has helped numerous women manage their PCOS through critical lifestyle changes and the use of an insulin resistance diet. In The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara and Jennifer deliver the simplest, most up-to-date resource for women who are ready to begin reversing the chronic, debilitating effects caused by PCOS through an insulin resistance diet. Get the facts with clear, easy-to-understand information about insulin resistance, how it affects women with PCOS, and how an insulin resistance diet can help. Know what to eat with a practical meal plan and easy recipes specifically designed to help you overcome insulin resistance and manage the impact of PCOS on women's bodies. Enjoy affordable, tailored recipes customized to your unique PCOS concerns, including three distinct labels for "Lower Calorie," "Inflammation Fighter," and "Fertility Boost." With The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, relief from your PCOS symptoms is within your reach.

PCOS for Beginners by Tara Spencer

Title PCOS for Beginners
Author Tara Spencer
Publisher Rockridge Press
Release 2017-05-23
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 180
ISBN 9781623159122
Language English, Spanish, and French
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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.

Pcos Diet Book by Chantelle Williams

Title Pcos Diet Book
Author Chantelle Williams
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2012-12-04
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 44
ISBN 9781507541548
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Although the majority of women worldwide do not have any idea what PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is or that it even exists, it does cause several different symptoms which most commonly affect the reproductive health of females in very devastating ways. It is a disorder of the endocrine system, even though it is the reproductive system that is mostly affected. Because of the significant and lasting health consequences of PCOS, quick and precise diagnosis becomes highly important and urgent, and this should be followed by an adequate treatment procedure. You will find that PCOS is not very common among aging women and even more uncommon among women in the post-menopausal stage of life. Consequences, such as lipid abnormalities and diabetes which come with PCOS, can go on for long periods following menopause. What this actually means is that once a woman begins menopause, it is highly unlikely that she would develop the disease. This book gives you advice on how to deal with the symptoms as well as how to help someone who is diagnosed with PCOS. You should lend a listening ear and offer strong support as they battle with the difficulties they are confronted with. These folks need to be victorious and gain a wonderful and healthy lifestyle. According to research, this is the most ideal way to cope with the disorder. PCOS, as pointed out, is the abbreviation for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, a disorder of the hormones. It is known as a hormonal disorder, which is common among women, and affects about 7% worldwide. Chantelle Williams is among this estimated percentage. Her first instinct, after being told it was a possibility that she had PCOS, was to panic because of the symptoms that usually come with it. These are generally physically and emotionally draining. She started experiencing the heartbreaking symptoms soon after her second of three children. After her initial dread, Chantelle went into research mode where she set out to find out all she could about the disorder, and how to most effectively deal with it. She writes this book for women like herself who might be having similar symptoms, but are unsure what the cause might be. The symptoms of this disorder are usually different from one woman to another, but she advises women who are experiencing obesity, absent or irregular periods, acne, infertility, lipid abnormalities, among other things, to visit their doctor and discuss the symptoms with him or her. Chantelle would also like readers to be aware that a visit to the doctor will not confirm PCOS; there has to be blood testing of several different hormones.

PCOS Diet Cookbook by Julie Williams

Title PCOS Diet Cookbook
Author Julie Williams
Publisher
Release 2020-01-06
Category
Total Pages 254
ISBN 9781653391370
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After years of menstruating every month, has your period stopped coming even if you are neither pregnant nor taking no-PMS birth control pills? Have you noticed how many zits are appearing all over your face or body, even if you use expensive treatment products? Can you no longer fit in the jeans or dresses that you used to wear several new moons ago? Well, don't be surprised - that's what having polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) does to you. It causes pimples to show not only on your face but also on your back, chest, and other bodily folds. It makes you gain weight, to the extent that you may develop a love-hate relationship with food and yourself. You may even feel the need to shave or wax certain body parts more often than usual because the disorder induces excessive hair growth. Worse, PCOS can disrupt your menstrual cycle, thus preventing you from conceiving. Imagine what happens when you follow a PCOS diet plan starting this instant. All the clothes that no longer fit you but you do not want to give away will be worn again. The change - albeit minor - can alter your mood positively and make you feel bad about yourself less and less. Your self-confidence will improve, considering there is no need for you to worry about your physical appearance anymore. You do not always come across bullies now that you are an adult, but I know that you can be your harshest critic. Medical-wise, dieting for real implies that you do not have to try various drugs that may or may not work. Polycystic ovary syndrome is incurable anyway, so you cannot seek long-term help in the medical world. At the same time, it is comparable to autoimmune diseases in which you can feel better once you start changing your lifestyle - and in this case, eating - habits. This book gives a comprehensive guide on the following: The PCOS Diet The PCOS Diet and Other Conditions PCOS and Metabolism Repair Starting Your PCOS Diet Journey The connection between insulin resistance and PCOS The importance of a healthy lifestyle PCOS Recipes ... AND MORE!!! So, what are you waiting for? Click buy now!!!

The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook by Tara Spencer

Title The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook
Author Tara Spencer
Publisher Rockridge Press
Release 2018-04-10
Category Cooking
Total Pages 250
ISBN 9781641520676
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The easy way to take control of your PCOS symptoms--The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook gives you fuss-free recipes to fight PCOS with an insulin resistance diet. Struggling with PCOS symptoms is already hard enough, but following an insulin resistance diet to alleviate them shouldn't be. That's why Tara Spencer, a nutritionist specializing in PCOS who suffers from the condition herself, created The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook--to give busy PCOS fighters the easiest, most hassle-free recipes to eliminate symptoms. The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook helps readers prepare super simple meals using 5-ingredient recipes--many of which require only 30-minutes or less to make or just one pot--so that they take control of PCOS without wasting any time. The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook features: 125 Easy Recipes providing a mix of 5-ingredient recipes, 30-minute recipes, one-pot recipes, one-pan recipes, and no-cook recipes Easy-to-Find Ingredients using affordable, and easily found items from any grocery store Essential Info on PCOS teaching you need-to-know information about changing your lifestyle and diet to feel better Living with PCOS isn't easy, but changing your diet to manage symptoms can be with The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook.

Title The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook
Author Angela Grassi
Publisher
Release 2014-11-01
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9780985116439
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The main treatment approach for the millions of women who suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is diet modification, yet there's a dearth of real-world recipe guides to help these women put such dietary rules into daily practice--until now. Created by the registered dietitian nutritionists from the PCOS Nutrition Center, women who have PCOS themselves, this cookbook provides a summary of science-based know-how on what to eat (and what to avoid), as well as easy and delicious whole food recipes, to beat PCOS. These breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack recipes include a variety of slow whole grains, lean proteins, healthy fats, and plenty of fruits and vegetables proven to prevent disease, boost fertility, lose weight, and optimize health. Nutrition information is provided for each of recipes so you can know exactly what's in each. The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook includes a bonus four-week meal plan along with weekly shopping lists that help take the guesswork out of meal planning. This cookbook will help you rediscover the pleasure of making and eating food that is both good and good for you. Additional PCOS resources and information about personalized PCOS nutrition coaching packages can be found on the PCOS Nutrition Center website, www.PCOSnutrition.com

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