PCOS Food & Lifestyle Blog
An underfunctioning thyroid, which is known as hypothyroidism, does not cause PCOS, there are, however, multiple correlations that are vital to know about. In this blog post we will discuss how thyroid disease can mimic PCOS, how PCOS can affect thyroid hormones and vice versa,
I think most of you would agree, that coffee and tea are associated with socializing, being part of your morning routine, improved energy levels and better mood. If you have tried to cut down on caffeinated beverages or stopped having them completely before, you know
(Part 1 of Weight Loss Series) Contrary to popular belief, you can have PCOS even if you are of normal weight. Research indicates though that about 40 to 80% of women with PCOS struggle with excess weight. Being overweight with PCOS is a total paradox:
Myth #1 – The Birth Control Pill Cures PCOS If you’ve got PCOS, you’re most likely familiar with the following scenario: You’re at the gynecologist’s office, it’s probably your second visit after the doctor told you that you may have polycystic ovarian syndrome and now
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y543w92g6E&t=34s Hey there! You might have heard the term PCOS, PCOD or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome before. You might be a cyster (someone with PCOS), know somebody who has it or heard the term elsewhere and are now curious to know more about it. Let me
What is Metformin? Metformin is the active ingredient in drugs that go by brand names such as Bolamyn, Diagemet, Glucient, Glucophage and Metabet. Liquid metformin is called by the brand name Romet. In the beginning of the twentieth century, scientists in Europe first discovered that
PCOS Health Coach
Hi Cysters! I’m Nadine. I help you feel your best with PCOS through changes in diet and lifestyle. Check out my latest recipes and blog posts. Sending you my love.
My Personal Favorites
Take the PCOS Quiz!
© Nadine Sommer Coaching Dubai 2021