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Common Food Causes Obesity, Inflammation, Insulin Resistance and PCOS

Many women with PCOS complain about being overweight and have trouble losing weight. Maybe an endless appetite, and not being easily able to stop eating or thinking about food. Or you eat a meal and then soon after, you are hungry again. So hungry, you can’t stop yourself from eating more. You then may feel racked with guilt. worry that your will power is not as strong as it should be. Would it help if you knew, it’s not your fault!

There may also be the pain related to the inflammation of PCOS, which may stop you exercising or exercising well. Also, insulin resistance and PCOS can cause blood sugar drops and, of course, can make it super hard to be motivated.

Sound familiar?

This video is a MUST VIEW video. It explains succinctly why I recommend what I recommend! It explains why you may be facing these challenges, what you can do about it, and why it’s not your fault!

Book mark this, watch this now, share this post far and wide. This is an issue I am so passionate about. To make it simple to copy and paste the lin, it’s here – http://www.conqueryourpcosnaturally.com/_blog/Blog/post/insulin-resistance-and-pcos/

It matters not just to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, but to PCOS related issues like:

Pain
Increased risk of heart disease
Increased appetite
Unwavering appetite
Weight Gain
Digestive problems
Blood sugar fluctuations
Cravings
Bloatedness
Foggy brain
Loss of motivation
PCOS and insulin resistance

The list really does go on, and on, and on…

If there is one thing I tell patients, it’s follow a gluten free natural, real food food plan. There is SO much power in this!

This is literally life changing and life SAVING information. Please share this post!

From PCOS to perfect health, with love,
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Dr. Rebecca Harwin
The PCOS Expert
Nutritionist, Author, Chiropractor

P.S. I talk at length about these issues and the proven PCOS weight loss strategies in Successful PCOS Weight Loss – The 31 Day Action Plan. This plan is helping women like you to shed stubborn, unwanted fat. This stuff is critical! I can’t stress this enough. If you have PCOS, you must take note of this information if you want to conquer your PCOS signs and symptoms. There is no longer any legitimate debate.

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4 Responses to Common Food Causes Obesity, Inflammation, Insulin Resistance and PCOS

  1. Belinda April 27, 2014 at 4:51 am #

    Thank you for posting the link to William Davis’ talk on Youtube, I watched right up to the Q&A session. Now I have a much better understanding of how grains affect me and I am cutting them out as of today. I wonder if it helps to reduce symptoms of thrush as well?

    • Dr Rebecca Harwin April 28, 2014 at 12:21 am #

      Absolutely Belinda. Thrush is from an overgrowth of candida, which lives on sugar. Removing the food source, kills the candida. Once you do this, you can notice increased windiness and bloating, because as the candida and other ‘bad gut bugs’ die, they produce gas. This is not a bad thing. It can help to have a natural health profession guide you, and there are also some great books out there on natural candida cures.

      Much love and luck.

      Dr Rebecca Harwin.

  2. Tiffany May 1, 2014 at 2:50 pm #

    I am so happy I went Gluten Free. I don’t have impulse control issues anymore, I feel fuller faster, overall… 100% better!
    (My very healthy brother has even noticed the “fullness” he felt when he ate GF pizza with me. Normally he’ll eat a whole 10″ pizza, but he can’t when it’s GF so now he’s very curious.)

    The only thing is that when I do accidentally get some Gluten now, I get very sick. Joint swelling, body pain, intense menstrual like cramps, even my eyeballs hurt, swelling in my face, severe bloating to where I can’t wear my jeans, even my skin hurts. The Dr said he’s unsure if going GF causes Gluten allergies or if we get so used to feeling good without the gluten that when we do have the old gluten symptoms, they just feel worse. Whatever it is… I avoid Gluten at all costs. Clearly it’s not good for me, and I’ve wondered if half of my pain throughout the years wasn’t PCOS/Endo related, but Gluten wreaking havoc on me.

    • Dr Rebecca Harwin May 5, 2014 at 12:27 am #

      I’m glad to hear it Tiffany! Going gluten free is super important! And it’s so interesting to notice such profound changes in your body. We just don’t realise how good we can feel until we do 🙂

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