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Nutrition

What are the implications of different types of alcohol in regard to PCOS?

Will alcohol negatively impact your PCOS symptoms? And are the effects of cocktails, beer, wine, and spirits all the same? Those are the questions we’ll be answering in this article. We will examine:  The different types of alcoholic drinks What is in them What ingredients may negatively impact PCOS Useful tips to consider when drinking alcoholSuggestions for PCOS-friendly alcoholic beverages Alcohol is a ...
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Health

What Is PCOS? Top Insights You Need to Know

If you’re wondering whether you have PCOS, then chances are you’ve searched “what is PCOS?’ to find a collection of symptoms that make up this condition. The question of exactly what PCOS is can be hard to answer, though, since it’s not diagnosed through one blood test, or the presence of one hormone in your body. Rather it’s a hormonal ...
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Nutrition

Is Organic Food Better For You?

When comparing fruits in the grocery store, you have likely encountered organic options stacked beside their non-organic counterparts (often for a slightly, or even significantly, higher price). But is this price increase worth it? More specifically, is organic food better for you than non-organic food? That’s the question we’ll be answering in this article.  What is organic food?  According to ...
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Health

Finding The Best PCOS Treatment Plan For You

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with PCOS, questions relating to how to treat it, whether there is a cure for PCOS, and how to manage symptoms may all cross your mind. We have resources on all the above topics, but for this article we’ll be focusing on what you should look for in a PCOS treatment plan to mitigate common ...
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Lifestyle

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? (And Tips On Combating It)

If the question, “what is seasonal affective disorder, and do I potentially have it?” has crossed your mind, then you’re not alone. The American Psychiatric Association estimates around 5% of US adults have seasonal affective disorder (aka SAD), and the American Family Physician Journal estimates another 10 to 20% of people have a mild form of SAD throughout winter.  By ...
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