What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?
PCOS is a health disorder commonly caused by hormone imbalances in women. Since both men and women have the same hormones, but in different levels of each kind, it sometimes happens that women have higher levels of the “male” hormones. This causes all kinds of issues in the body, and the ovaries are especially at risk to such extent that women with PCOS can have very irregular periods, miss periods completely or even become infertile.
Common Symptoms of PCOS
Polycystic ovary syndrome can cause things like weight gain around the belly, hair loss, bodily hair growth, skin conditions and pain in the pelvic region. Depression is also a big issue among women with PCOS.
Causes of PCOS
Research suggests that high insulin levels are the cause of PCOS. Other factors that play a role are being overweight, and genetics.
Health Risks Related to PCOS
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
- Insulin resistance
- Type 2 diabetes
- Sleep apnea
- Emotional disorders like depression
- Endometrial cancer
The first step is usually to lose weight if necessary. You can do this by getting your eating habits in check by following something like the Manna Diet, which can help you control your insulin levels and tackle the root cause of PCOS. Alongside healthy eating habits you should get plenty of exercise. 30-40 minutes at least 3 times a week is recommended.
A good, natural supplement goes a long way. Take the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with each meal, because this supplement can help to control blood sugar levels, which in turn can help to reduce high insulin levels.
If you suffer from PCOS, it is crucial to take care of your gut health and reinstate healthy bacteria in the digestive tract. To do this, we recommend you eliminate sugar and carbs from your diet, and drink at least 8 glasses of pure water per day. We also recommend taking the Manna GUT Support in conjunction with the Manna Blood Sugar Support while following the Manna Diet.
The digestive tract healing process can take 2 to 3 months.