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Managing PCOS Through Diet and Lifestyle -Without Restriction

Guest blog by Claire Pettitt MSc RD PhD (c)  - from CP Nutrition Hi there! My name is Claire Pettitt and I am a UK Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist and I am passionate about supporting women with PCOS to understand their condition and what they can do to support themselves in managing their symptoms, to… Continue reading Managing PCOS Through Diet and Lifestyle -Without Restriction

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Monthly update: PCOS in News and Research

Here is a round up of PCOS news and research in March 2015 Heavy Breakfast, Light Dinner recommendation A new study from Israel looking at the balance of calories over a day in relation to the control of blood glucose in diabetics found that the same diet, high calorie breakfast and low calorie dinner, helped regulate… Continue reading Monthly update: PCOS in News and Research

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PCOS in Research and News

As part of my new commitment as a Trustee of Verity is to start giving you monthly updates and PCOS and it's reported research and news activity. Hopefully this will also cast a light and how little publicity it gets as a syndrome and the type of publicity that it does get. So this first… Continue reading PCOS in Research and News

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PCOS and Diabetes

We've known for a while that PCOS increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. It has been believed until recently that reducing our weight can stop this from happening. However recent research shows that regardless of BMI and age range women with PCOS are still at an increased risk of developing this. Doctor Melissa Chiasson… Continue reading PCOS and Diabetes