The PCOS Plan:
Prevent and Reverse Polycystic Ovary Syndrome through Diet and Fasting
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is the most common reproductive disorder in the world, affecting an estimated eight to 20 percent of women of reproductive age, almost half of whom are unable to conceive. PCOS is also associated with increased risks of heart disease, ovarian and endometrial cancers, and type 2 diabetes.
In this clearly written guide, backed by science and personal experience, Drs. Jason Fung and Nadia Brito Pateguana identify the symptoms of PCOS and reveal its root cause: excess insulin. They then show how to prevent and reverse PCOS with a low-carb diet and intermittent fasting. As a bonus, fifty recipes and a variety of menu plans are included to put new knowledge into (delicious) practice.
Meet the Authors:
Dr. Jason Fung is a medical doctor recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on fasting to lose weight and reverse diabetes. He is the author of several books, including the bestsellers The Obesity Code and The Diabetes Code. Between them, these books have sold nearly one million copies worldwide. He lives in Toronto, ON.
Dr. Nadia Brito Pateguana is a naturopathic doctor with a focus on helping people with metabolic syndrome, including women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), overcome infertility through dietary modifications. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and has been in clinical practice for more than fifteen years.
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Although the literature states that 1 in 10 women have PCOS, many specialists have said that that number is now much closer to 25-35% of all women. PCOS is associated with hormonal imbalances and insulin resistance that may lead to weight gain, especially central obesity, hypertension, depression, infertility, irregular menstruation, PMS, diabetes, cancer, sleep apnea, fatty liver, acne, cholesterolemia, hair thinning, facial hair, low libido, ovarian cysts, sugar cravings...and the list goes on. Often women are medicated for each of these conditions without any improvement in quality of life or well-being. LCHF can help. Women with PCOS should be on a strict to moderate LCHF Plan and a proper IF schedule.
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Nadia Pateguana, ND
Jason Fung, MD
Dr. Jason Fung and Nadia Pateguana, ND talk about PCOS at Low Carb Denver 2019. Diagnosis, Signs and Symptoms, Pathophysiology and its relationship to Insulin resistance and lifestyle treatments including Low Carb and IF.