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Natural treatments for PCOS

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If you’re struggling with PCOS, here are some natural tips to help you manage your symptoms! Keep reading to find out what they are!

Anti-inflammatory foods

Insulin-resistance can cause inflammation, which is a common symptom of PCOS. Eating anti-inflammatory foods such as berries and fatty fish can help calm chronic inflammation. Avoiding gluten could also have beneficial anti-inflammatory effects.

Whole foods

Eating natural whole foods that don’t contain preservatives and artificial ingredients can help you avoid endocrine disruptors and keep your hormones more balanced. Eating a variety of fruits and veggies can also improve your gut microbiome and keep your gut functioning healthily.


Magnesium is a common supplement that is recommended for many women with PCOS because it contains antioxidants and is generally anti-inflammatory as well. Some great magnesium rich foods to include in your diet are dark chocolate, avocado, and nuts.


Inositol is a common vitamin B supplement that is often recommended by experts to combat insulin resistance. Cinnamon and turmeric are also known to reduce insulin resistance and ease PMS and PCOS symptoms. Zinc supplements are often recommended to manage hirsutism, or excess hair growth in the body.

Healthy lifestyle

Following a general healthier lifestyle can help you manage and reduce your PCOS symptoms on a daily basis. Getting enough exercise, eating healthily, practicing stress management, and getting enough sleep can help you lead a happier, healthier life in the long run!


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