Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Increases Chances of Developing Diabetes

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A recent study has shown women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) have a three-fold greater chance of having diabetes later in life.

This is not surprising since both are the symptoms of a much larger problem, insulin resistance.

Just as not so surprising, all three, insulin resistance, diabetes and PCOS have been shown to improve with a reduction in carbohydrates.

My advice, limit your carbohydrates to less than 100 grams per day, and the vast majority of women will never get these problems or they will simply go into remission.

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Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

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