Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition characterized by cysts on the ovaries. But in fact it is hardly a syndrome at all and more a “signaling.” It signals that there are certain nutrients that the body is low in and that the entire hormonal system needs to be balanced. Cysts on the ovaries can disrupt cycles, cause pain and create hormonal disturbances. However, PCOS is not a condition that one must battle forever. In fact, in can be a cry by your body for nutrients that are depleted. PCOS has a direct response to dietary change. The ovaries are fragile in the presence of high sugar. By changing diet and balancing the entire hormone system, thyroid and adrenals, not just ovaries, one can reduce cysts, reduce PCOS and improve overall ovarian health. Standard of care treats PCOS with birth control pills and diabetic drugs. This approach is to manage cysts and prevent them from getting worse. An integrative approach asks the question why the cysts are there in the first place. By asking cause, one can use a treatment that is directing at remission. Listen to what your body is telling you and find out what nutrients you need when the ovaries are responding this way. Understanding your health is your path to wellness. ┬áThis is not a syndrome but a signal that your body needs nutritional balance.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome