Why The PCOS Diet Plan Is Not Enough

So I have some SUPER exciting news for you all..I have collaborated with For the Ageless to spread awareness about PCOS. I have authored, and they have literally just published an article on PCOS and how to treat it!

For the Ageless is just fantastic, and I’ve had a blast working with them. For all you natural supplement and beauty product junkies out there…I highly recommend checking them out! 🙂 Plus, they care about PCOS! How many other companies can you say that about?!

You can find my article titled ‘Why The PCOS Diet Plan is Not Enough’ at For the Ageless’s blog – Ageless Buzz.

Or, see the link here! ⇒ Why the PCOS Diet Plan is Not Enough



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  1. Holly

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    October 12, 2018 at 2:34 pm
    I have suffered with endometriosis and PCOS since I was a teen. I am now in my late 40s. I have gone through decades of surgeries and fertility treatments and have suffered painful menstruation for as long as I can remember. I also suffer from arthritis and in my early 40s managed my arthritis pain with the Dr. McDougal diet. The diet also alleviated much, but not all of my menstrual pain. I went off the diet when I was pregnant with my daughter who is now one and a half years old.
    I didn’t get back on the diet until recently. We recently had a cold front come into the state and my arthritis pain went off the scales. I realized it was time to get back on my diet which starts with a 7-10 day fast. Coincidentally this started with my menstrual cycle and, for the first time EVER, I have NO cramps, bloating or pain.
    I wish I had known this from the beginning. For however many months-years longer that I menstruate, I will be FASTING when it happens.


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